Hilton’s Northwood has new assistant principal

By on August 26, 2012

Renee MulrooneyThe Hilton School District has appointed Renee Mulrooney to serve as assistant principal at the Northwood Elementary School. Mulrooney began her career in education in Savannah, Georgia where she taught first and second grade before becoming a reading specialist. In 2002, she worked as a reading specialist and literacy coach for Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES. After completing the administrative program at the University of Rochester in 2009, Mulrooney joined the Greece Central School District as an assistant principal and supervisor of literacy coaches at the elementary level. She worked at West Ridge, Holmes Road and Buckman Heights Elementary schools as the assistant principal for three years before coming to Hilton, where she began her work at Northwood over the summer.

“There is such a strong sense of community here and there is an even stronger sense of doing what is best for students,” said Mulrooney. “I am impressed by the sincerity and integrity of everyone that I have met in the Hilton School District. It is no small task to steward the future; and educators have a huge responsibility when it comes to helping our children become citizens of our world.”

Mulrooney and her husband, Joe, live in West Irondequoit with their three children.