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  • To Our Massapequa Family:

    A very late spring break has come to an end, and I hope everyone enjoyed their time off and made lasting memories! May has arrived, the flowers and trees are in full bloom, and we are officially in the homestretch of the 2023-24 school year.

    April seemed like it flew by because, well, it did! It may have been a short month for school, but like any month in Massapequa, there was a lot going on. Schools throughout the district promoted kindness and understanding for Autism Acceptance Month, students renewed their commitment to helping their planet through Earth Day projects, and our graduates returned to impart wisdom on the future workforce at the annual Ames Campus Alumni Career Day.

    A full recap of April’s celebrations, events and learning opportunities are captured in the latest editions of the Massapequa Minute and Moment.

    Massapequa Minute – April 2024

    Massapequa Moment – April 2024

    I want to extend my gratitude to everyone who participated in the Portrait of a Massapequa Graduate ThoughtExchange, whether it was posting an original idea or rating a comment. This feedback will be extremely valuable as we work on this renewed vision to identify the qualities and skills our students should have when they graduate from the Massapequa School District.

    Please mark Tuesday, May 21 on your calendars for the annual school district budget vote and Board of Education trustee election. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Massapequa High School and Fairfield, Lockhart and McKenna elementary schools. This year, there is a proposition on the ballot that would decrease transportation mileage limits for students in grades 1-5 and 10-12, ensuring that no student would have to cross Sunrise Highway. Using existing capacity on buses and reconfiguring high school bus routes, this proposition comes at no additional cost to taxpayers.

    To learn more about the budget and transportation proposition, please visit our School Budget Information 2024-2025 page.

    Thank you for your continued support.


    Dr. William Brennan, Superintendent of Schools

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Superintendent's Cabinet

  • Bob Schilling

    Robert Schilling
    Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources & General Administration, Title IX Coordinator


    Dr. Jordan McCaw
    Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services

    Dr. Trapani 

    Dr. Brian Trapani
    Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction, Title IX Coordinator

    Ryan Ruf  

    Ryan Ruf
    Assistant Superintendent for Business Operations 

    Bryan Piotrowski

    Bryan R. Piotrowski
    Assistant to the Superintendent for Technology & General Administration

    Michelle Walsh

    Dr. Michelle Walsh
    Assistant to the Superintendent for Instructional Support & General Administration, Title IX Coordinator