Arlington Public Schools will ensure that every
graduate is prepared to enter and complete a
post-secondary degree program, pursue a career,
and be an active citizen in an ever-changing world
by offering a rigorous, comprehensive,
standards-based and data-driven K-12 system of
curriculum, instruction, and assessment that
integrates social, emotional and wellness
Goal 1 - Arlington Public Schools (Adopted
September 27, 2012)
My core principles for public governance:
• Strategic planning and budgeting, so we
obtain maximum value from everyone's tax dollars.
• A culture of continuous improvement, so we
are always looking to get a little better every day. • A voice for every child, because
all our students deserve an excellent education.
B.S., City University of New York
• Ed. M. Harvard University Graduate
School of Education • C.A.S., Harvard University Graduate
School of Education
• Completed National
Institute for School Leadership (NISL) Executive
Development Program. •
Completed Massachusetts District
Governance Leadership Program.
• 21 years of volunteer service for
the Town of Arlington. • 31 years of
professional experience as a
public school teacher and administrator.
Committee - Member (2001-2007 &
2012-2014), Chair (2004-2005)
(Appointed to fill the unexpired term of Joseph A.
Curro, Jr. on May 3, 2012, and elected to fill the
remainder of the term on April 4, 2012.)
Please visit Paul's school committee