The Levittown Public Schools is pleased to welcome Dyanne Case as the new assistant principal of Gardiners Avenue Elementary School and Northside Elementary School. She previously served as a reading specialist in the district for five years.
Case, a Port Washington resident, has been a teacher for 24 years, teaching in a variety of areas. She began her teaching career in the New York City Department of Education in Brooklyn where she was a fourth grade classroom teacher, a second grade classroom teacher, a social studies cluster teacher and finally, a reading specialist. Case then served as a reading specialist for eight years in Hempstead before arriving in the Levittown Public Schools as a reading specialist. In addition, she is currently an adjunct professor at Queens College in the elementary education department.
Prior to her experience in the classroom, Case attended St. John's University where she earned her bachelor of science in elementary education. She then received her master's degree in Literacy and her professional diploma in Administration and Supervision. Case is excited to be staying in Levittown and taking on the role as assistant principal.
"I have many goals as an assistant principal, but my one main goal is to be here for the teachers so that together, we can help our students succeed," she said.