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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Principal

Grand Island High School


Assistant Building Administrator

Grand Island High School


Ph.D. Student

State University at Buffalo


Doctoral Student

State University at Buffalo


Assistant Principal

Island High School


Assistant Principal


Affiliations

Grand Island Central School District

Committee Member


Education

Ph.D.

Educational Leadership and Policy Program

University at Buffalo


doctoral degree


Web References(11 Total References)


www.leadershipniagara.com

Andres Arroyo - Grand Island


www.isledegrande.com [cached]

Scholarship Awarded to Andrés Rafael Arroyo - Outstanding Administrator - Sept. 2009
Andrés Rafael Arroyo - GIHS Assistant Principal The New York State Council of School Superintendents recently selected Grand Island High School Assistant Principal Andrés Rafael Arroyo as the recipient of the Raymond R. Delaney Memorial Scholarship. Mr. Arroyo's strong work ethic and commitment to education earned him this honor. Born in Puerto Rico, Mr. Arroyo came to the United States with his family at a young age and struggled to learn English as he began to attend school. Just a few years later his family moved back to Puerto Rico until his father was transferred to Bogotá, Columbia. In 1988, Mr. Arroyo and his family had to leave the country to escape civil unrest that brought rebel factions close to them. This time the family moved to New York City. His limited English background made school a challenge but his hard work and desire to succeed in school helped overcome the limitations he faced. Upon graduating from high school, Mr. Arroyo attended the University at Buffalo to become a teacher. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the University at Buffalo in the Educational Leadership and Policy Program. Last year, Mr. Arroyo was also awarded a national award from the University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA) which provided scholarship dollars to assist in his efforts of earning a doctoral degree. This award was based on academic achievement at the university level as well as character, motivation and potential for future success. Mr. Arroyo will be honored this October during a session at the NYS Superintendents Conference held in Rochester, New York. Ray would have considered Andrés to be a worthy recipient to carry on his legacy as a superintendent," states Robert Christmann, Superintendent of Grand Island Schools and President Elect of NYS Council of School Superintendents. "Our school district is fortunate to have Andrés as part of our administrative staff.


www.wnypapers.com [cached]

Appointed in executive session as assistant principal at Grand Island High School was Andres Rafael Arroyo, currently summer school principal at the high school and full-time Spanish 9-12 teacher at Williamsville North High School.Arroyo has been appointed as the second assistant building administrator at Grand Island High School, joining Christopher Swiatek who came on board after the 2006 retirement of William Miller.Arroyo is a Ph.D. student at the State University at Buffalo in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy.He comes with a long list of permanent certifications, including school district administrator and school business administrator and supervisor.


www.visitrochester.com [cached]

Andres Rafael Arroyo, Assistant High School Principal at Grand Island Central School District, will be presented with the Raymond R. Delaney Scholarship on Monday, October 5.
THE COUNCIL awards the Raymond R. Delaney Memorial Scholarship every year to an individual enrolled in an educational administration program who is aspiring to a career as a school administrator. Mr. Arroyo is currently enrolled as a doctoral student at the State University at Buffalo. The scholarship, sponsored by Utica National Insurance Group, is awarded in the amount of $2,500 along with a certificate of recognition.


www.wnypapers.com

•Grand Island High School Assistant Principal Andres Arroyo successfully defended his doctoral dissertation on Jan. 10.


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