Welcome to Maple Hill Elementary School. My name is Zachary Munroe and I am the Assistant Principal. Before taking on this role I was a Teacher Leader and previously a 5th grade teacher in the Milford Public Schools where I taught for over 6 years. I consider myself lucky to be a part of such a caring and closely knit community of learners, educators, and families.
At Maple Hill we follow the 5 Bee's!
Be kind at Maple Hill
We are so proud of each and every student and the growth we see from them each day. We value their ability to engage in learning, take initiative, adapt to new situations, ask questions and value risk taking, analyze information and form opinions, work as individuals and as members of teams, and communicate effectively with all as described in the Vision of the Graduate. These skills enable students At Maple Hill to engage socially, emotionally and academically as learners. I am very excited about being a part of the amazing community at Maple Hill and look forward to working with our families in this role.
If you ever have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the main office and asking to speak with me.
About Mr. Munroe
Education: Sixth Year Degree in Educational Leadership (Quinnipiac University), Masters in Elementary Education (University of New Haven), Bachelor of Science in Business Marketing (College of Mount Saint Vincent)
Certifications: Provisional Administration and Supervision (092), CT Professional Educator K-6 (013)
Years of Experience in Education: 10
Years working in Naugatuck Public Schools: This is my first full year!
A Few of my favorite things: Spending Time with my family, helping others, Volleyball, Golf, All movies (except scary ones), biking and swimming (I race in triathlons and have done the Swim Across the Sound)
Fun facts about Mr. Munroe: I am an identical twin. My twin and mother are both teachers in other school districts. My first experience in education was working for 4 years as a counselor at a summer camp for special education children.