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Manchester School District welcomes Assistant Superintendent David Ryan

posted Aug 29, 2013, 7:13 PM by Liane St. Laurent
David Ryan returns to Manchester as its next Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction after serving as principal of Nashua High
School North since 2006 where he was recognized as the 2012 Charles A.Napoli New Hampshire State Principal of the Year and one of three 2013
NASSP/MetLife National Principal of the Year Finalists. As a 2009 Phi Delta Kappa Emerging Leader Ryan led his school through its first New
England Association of Schools and Colleges Accreditation, reduced it failure and drop out rates significantly, and increased the number of
students enrolling in two and four year colleges upon graduation. Ryan served as an assistant principal at Manchester High School Central from
2000-2006, is a member of the National Principals Advisory Panel for the College Board and sits on the Advisory Board of the School of Education
at Southern New Hampshire University. He holds the Ed.S. in Education Administration from the University of New Hampshire, the M.Ed. in School
Leadership from Boston College, and B.A. in English from Plymouth State University. Ryan is married to Maura Ryan and presently they raise their
three boys, Aidan, Eamonn and Declan in Hooksett, NH.
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