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Ann Marie Costa

Deputy Superintendent

Merrimack Education Center

HQ Phone:  (978) 322-2300

Direct Phone: (781) ***-****direct phone

Email: a***@***.edu

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Merrimack Education Center

101 Mill Road

Chelmsford, Massachusetts,01824

United States

Company Description

Merrimack Special Education Collaborative (MSEC) is a Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education approved public school entity. MSEC provides high quality academic, therapeutic and vocational services to individuals referred by local school...more

Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Superintendent

Revere Public Schools


Principal

A.C. Whelan Elementary School


Administrative Facilitator

DOE Education Reform Team Fellowship


Classroom Teacher

Shurtleff School


Adjunct Faculty

Endicott College


Web References(19 Total References)


MAAE Past Advocacy Awardees - Arts|Learning

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A.C. Whelan Elementary School, Ann Marie Costa, Principal, Frederick Sannella, Assistant Principal, Carol A. Tye, Superintendent
Ann Marie Costa, Principal, A.C. Whelan Elementary School


2016 CITY OF REVERE FITNESS CHALLENGE AND 5K ROAD RACE | Revere Beach

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Ann Marie Costa, Committee Member Julie DeMauro, Committee Member Sean Mallet, Committee Member acosta02151@ comcast.netJulie_ DeMauro@hotmail.comSean@millionsofmuscles


Revere Beach - America's First Public Beach established in 1896 in Revere, Massachusetts. - Part 31

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When Deputy Superintendent Ann Marie Costa told her mother that she wanted to be a doctor, her mom didn't believe it was such a good idea.


Revere Citywide Fitness Challenge & 5K Race Set to Begin in May :: News :: City of Revere

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Last year's race drew over 200 runners and race organizers, Julie DeMauro and Dr. Ann Marie Costa, are hoping to attract more race participants from across Revere and beyond.
In the Spring of 2013, Julie DeMauro, Safe Routes to School Coordinator of Walk Boston, and Dr. Ann Marie Costa, former Revere Public Schools Deputy Superintendent, joined the group and helped to organize the first Revere Runs 5K Race.


Ann Marie Costa Revere Woman of the Year | Revere Beach

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When Deputy Superintendent Ann Marie Costa told her mother that she wanted to be a doctor, her mom didn't believe it was such a good idea.
She told her to be a nurse, or better yet, a teacher. It was advice that Costa took, and students in the City of Revere for the last 42 years have been all the better for it. Costa has been a classroom teacher at the former Shurtleff School, a visual arts teacher at Revere High School, an assistant principal at the Garfield, a principal at the Whelan School and - for more than a decade - the second-in-command in the district's Central Office. At the end of this school year, her impressive educational run in her hometown of Revere will come to a close when she retires. It is for her impressive career and her continuing progressive decisions in 2011 that Costa is the Revere Journal's 2011 Woman of the Year. Costa grew up on Revere Street and was raised in the Revere School system. She said her mother stressed education because she was not able to pursue her education. During the hardscrabble days of the Great Depression on Revere Street, Costa's mother had to quit school when her father died young. On top of that, her mother was blind and left with eight kids.


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