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Copiague Names Two New Assistant Principals At High School

Copiague School District has appointed two new assistant principals at Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School. David Aguado began in the district on Sept. 18 and Timothy Gilroy officially started on Sept. 26.

Mr. Aguado comes to the district with more than 17 years in the education field. Most recently, he served as dean of students at Valley Stream North High School since 2020. Since 2021, he has also worked as the college advantage program liaison at St. John’s University. Prior to his administrative work in Valley Stream, he was a mathematics
teacher at the high school from 2006 to 2021.

Mr. Aguado holds a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from SUNY Geneseo and a master’s degree from SUNY Stony Brook. In addition, he holds certificates in school building/district leader from St. John’s University.

Mr. Gilroy has served as the assistant principal of John Jay School for Law since 2017. From 2014 to 2017, he was the assistant principal at Arts & Media Preparatory Academy in Brooklyn. He has also worked as a special education teacher and unit coordinator at PS69K in Brooklyn.

Copiague Names Two New Assistant Principals At High School

Mr. Gilroy has a Bachelor of Science in human services from St. John’s University and master’s degree in childhood education from Pace University. He holds a Master of Education in educational leadership

Photo courtesy of School District

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