Dr. Jordan Grossman appointed as next Canton Public Schools Superintendent
CANTON - The Canton Board of Education has hired Dr. Jordan Grossman to be its new Superintendent of Schools. He will replace the retiring Superintendent, Kevin Case, starting July 1.
It is a homecoming for Grossman, who served in various roles in the Canton Schools before being hired three years ago as the Superintendent of Schools in Granby.
In all, Grossman has 29 years of experience in education, 20 of which have been in Canton, according to a district press release. His past roles in Canton include Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Principal at Canton Intermediate School and Vice Principal at Canton High School.
“I am honored to be appointed as the next Superintendent for the Canton Public Schools. I look forward to working collaboratively with the Canton Community to build upon the strong tradition of a superior education," Grossman stated via a submitted press release. "The Canton Public Schools has earned the reputation of being one of the best school districts in the state of Connecticut and I will continue to share our story with pride and enthusiasm."
Board of Education Chairman Lou Daniels stated, via the press release, “This is a bit of a homecoming. Dr. Grossman was a valuable part of the Canton School Community and his contributions before moving on were countless. Jordan is a perfect fit for our wonderful town and schools, I am thrilled to have him back.”
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