Miller Place, N.Y. (September 2019)—The Miller Place School District is thrilled to announce that Mr. Domenico Lo Re and Dr. Elizabeth Bradshaw will assume the role of Dean of Students at North Country Road Middle School (NCRMS) throughout the 2019-2020 school year. Dr. Bradshaw and Mr. Lo Re will succeed the previous dean of students, Mr. Christopher Cherouvis, who was recently appointed by the Board of Education in August as Assistant Principal of Miller Place High School.
“During their careers both Mr. Lo Re and Dr. Bradshaw have been instrumental in nurturing and mentoring middle school and high school students,” said Dr. Marianne Cartisano, superintendent of Miller Place School District. “Each will act as dean of students part time while continuing their current teaching positions. We are confident Mr. Lo Re and Dr. Bradshaw will help propel student achievement and continue improve the quality of education in the District.”
Mr. Lo Re has dedicated his professional life to education, spending nearly two decades as a teacher and the coach of multiple interscholastic athletic teams within the District. Mr. Lo Re is currently, and is expected to remain, a health education teacher at Miller Place High School, junior varsity wrestling coach, junior varsity girl’s lacrosse coach, and middle school football coach. Previously, Mr. Lo Re was a health education teacher at Oakdale Bohemia Junior High School and a special education teacher’s assistant in Sachem Central School District.
Mr. Lo Re received a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education from Ithaca College. At Stony Brook University, he received a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies as well as a NYS Permanent Certification in School District Administration.
With nearly two decades of experience in the education field, Dr. Bradshaw brings a seasoned background at the middle school and high school levels, including her current position as an English teacher at North Country Road Middle School and Miller Place High School. Previously, she served as Literacy Collaborative Coordinator at NCRMS as well as an English teacher at M.S. 210 Elizabeth Blackwell in Queens.
After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Villanova University, Dr. Bradshaw received a Masters of Education from Hofstra University and a Doctor of Education from St. John’s University. Dr. Bradshaw also holds a NYS Certification in Coaching, NYS Certification in School Building and School District Leader, and a NYS Permanent Certification in Secondary Education Grades for 7-12.
Mr. Lo Re and Dr. Bradshaw will be available to the NCRMS community as they transition into this new dual role within the building. We encourage parents to contact the building principal or the dean of students directly if they can be of assistance regarding their middle school child.
For more information about the Miller Place School District, please visit the District’s website at ww.millerplace.k12.ny.us. ‘Like’ our Facebook page: @MillerPlaceSchoolDistrict.