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Scott Howard is the Head ...
Scott Howard is the Head Teacher for our 6/7's Group (1st and 2nd grade).
Scott is a veteran educator with twelve years of teaching experience.
He has a Master of Arts in Teaching from Teachers College at Columbia University in New York City and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Prior to joining The Downtown School, Scott taught for twelve years at PS 261 in Brooklyn, NY.
During his time at PS 261, he was a Head Classroom Teacher for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Grade.
Most recently, he was the Science Specialist for Pre-K through 5th Grade at PS 261, and a LEGO Robotics coach.
Scott was also the After School Science Teacher and Head Camp Counselor/Science Curriculum Writer at Brooklyn Heights Montessori School.
Scott is a passionate educator who specializes in using innovative, hands-on teaching methodologies to captivate his students.
To educate these students, the school ...
To educate these students, the school has hired two experienced teachers in Brittany Denny, who will teach kindergarten and first grade, and Scott Howard, who will teach second and third grade.
Brittany and Scott
are two of the most inspired and inspiring teachers you will ever meet.
, who was unable to attend the open house, as he
is finishing the year as a teacher at P.S. 261
in Brooklyn, New York, where he
has taught for 12 years.
Howard received a master of arts in teaching degree from Teachers College at Columbia University, with a major in early education and elementary education.
He received his bachelors degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
time at P.S. 261
taught students of every grade from Pre-K through five.
"I'm honored to be part of the Downtown School
," said Howard
in a written statement, "Our progressive model of educating children will allow them every opportunity to embark upon a daily journey of self-discovery, while creating a sense of self-awareness that prepares them for the future and life outside of school.
Manning, Denny, and Howard
have begun working together to create a curriculum that, in Manning's words, "prepares students for the future."