EASTCONN is pleased to announce that Amy Margelony has been chosen to lead EASTCONN’s K-12 Pupil Services group as its new director. Margelony assumed her new role on January 1. She had served as interim director since the departure of Eric Protulis last summer, and previously served as assistant director.
“Amy brings a rich background in special education, student advocacy and leadership to her new position,” said EASTCONN Executive Director Gary S. Mala. “I’m confident that Amy’s innovative approach, as well as her trademark energy and professionalism will continue to serve our students and staff well.”
As Pupil Services Director, Margelony oversees EASTCONN’s Psychological and Behavioral Services, Related Services ( AT, OT, PT, SLP), two K-12 clinical day treatment programs, Regional Transition Services and Woodstock Academy Cooperative.
“I’m excited about having the opportunity to continue supporting our special education schools and programs,” said Margelony. “It is, and always will be, about providing excellent programming for this amazing population of students.”
Margelony joined EASTCONN in April of 2013 as program director for the Northeast Regional Program (NRP) in Danielson, one of EASTCONN’s two Clinical Day Treatment programs.
Prior to joining EASTCONN, Margelony worked in East Hartford as a fourth-grade teacher, and later as an assistant principal at East Hartford Middle School. She also began her own consulting
company and worked as a special education advocate.
Margelony earned a bachelor’s in Social Work from CCSU, and both her master’s and a certification in Elementary Education from the University of Hartford. She holds a Sixth Year from UConn.
Contact Amy Margelony to learn more about EASTCONN’s K-12 Pupil Services at email@example.com.