• The Curriculum and Instruction Department
     
     Mr. Allen E. Hyde
     Allen E. Hyde, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction.
     
     Mr. Hyde has more than two decades of public education experience as both an elementary classroom teacher and administrator.  He has served the District as the principal at   E.R. Hughes Elementary before being appointed Assistant Superintendent in 2014.  Mr. Hyde earned his bachelor's degree from St. Bonaventure University, master's degree in education from Mansfield University, and a certificate of advanced study from SUNY Cortland.
     M. Zalewski
     

    Marybeth Zalewski, Office Secretary to the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction.

    Mrs. Zalewski has served the district since 2011.  She lives in New Hartford with her husband and is the parent of three New Hartford graduates.

     

    Meggan Alt, Instructional Support Specialist

    Mrs. Alt began her teaching career in New Hartford in 1997.  Since then, she has had experience in special education and AIS Math, but the majority of her time has been spent in the elementary classroom.  In her current role, she works closely with elementary teachers and the curriculum team to help support curricular and instructional initiatives. Additionally, Meggan is co-coordinator of the district’s New Teacher Induction Program along with Sandy Halpin. Mrs. Alt earned her undergraduate degree from Providence College in Elementary and Special Education and a master’s degree in Special Education from LeMoyne College.  She lives in New Hartford with her husband, two daughters, and dog. 


     Tina_Klar
    Tina Klar, Instructional Support Specialist. 
     
    Mrs. Klar supports many curricula initiatives throughout the District and coordinates the New   Teacher Induction Program. During her nearly three decades at New Hartford Central School, she has served as an elementary teacher as well as in the elementary enrichment program. A National Board Certified Teacher, Mrs. Klar earned an undergraduate degree from the University of   Delaware, a master's degree in administration and supervision from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, and a certificate of advanced study from SUNY Cortland.