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Patrick G. ...
Patrick G. Hruz
Director, ABC Education Consulting
has been working with young people and in the Pennsylvania public school system since 1991.
After graduating from college, he
began teaching social studies in a large urban high school in Pennsylvania.
After spending time as a classroom teacher and coach of high school and college athletics, he embarked on a career in educational administration.
has spent more than half of his
career as a school administrator.
His experiences has taken him to five school districts and high schools throughout south-central Pennsylvania - two large suburban school districts, two large suburban school districts, and one small suburban school district, where he was the high school principal for seven years.
varied experiences have prepared him to continually learn, grow, and advance in his
career and take on a wide range of responsibilities.
has played a key role in developing, implementing and/or maintaining programs and initiatives, including student services, college and career preparation, student recognition, character education, professional learning communities, professional development ninth-grade transition, ninth-grade academy for at-risk students, peer mentoring, instructional technology, best practices for teaching and learning, safety and security, attendance and dropout prevention, intervention teams, conflict resolution and mediation, homeroom advisories, data analysis teams, school improvement planning, teen parenting, drugs and alcohol, mental health, bullying and cyber-bullying, crisis response, principal-student committees, principal-parent committees, and partnership with community resources.
Patrick earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education - Social Studies from Millersville University in Millersville, Pennsylvania.
He earned a Master's Degree in Education - Curriculum and Instruction from Penn State University, as well as a K-12 Principal Certification.
also earned his
Superintendent Letter of Eligibility from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania following his
studies at Shippensburg University
in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.
has experienced the challenges of today's educational system.
Achieving high academic standards is important to him, but so is each student.
Students fail to achieve their potential every day, and this is not always an academic problem.
schools have worked with outside organizations to unravel the challenges facing his
students, and he
is a firm believer in opening up your school to an unbiased look at what is working well and what is not working well.
The results helped him form better student-school, staff-school, and parent-school relationships.
has developed a strong relationship with Mike Donahue and R5 Productions over many years and they have now joined forces to share their experiences with others.
Tackling the many challenges and issues facing our teens and our schools, Patrick
will provide a strong focus on research, collecting data, developing solutions for school leaders, and monitoring school climate.
As the director of School Climate Solutions, he will help address their challenges so they can reduce bullying, violence, dropouts, and related issues, and realize that academic achievement is possible for all students.
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Middletown High School ...
Middletown High School principal Patrick G. Hruz is accused of driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol level about three times the legal limit to drive, a Lower Paxton Twp. police supervisor said today.
Hruz was stopped Nov. 11 on Nyes Road just north of Locust Lane after a citizen called 911 to report an erratic driver that evening, Lt.
is charged with a first-offense driving under the influence at the highest rate of alcohol and disregarding traffic lane, according to court records.
could not immediately be reached for comment.
Welcome to the Middletown Area School District | Safety and Security
Patrick Hruz, Principal
1155 North Union Street
Middletown, PA 17057
When asked about Mrs. Holtry, Principal ...
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