As the Assistant Principal at Washington Middle School in Meriden, Dan Corsetti draws upon more than 13 years of experience as an educator to bring student-centered learning practices to the middle school level.
Prior to his work at Washington Middle School, Dan spent seven years in the Meriden School district at Orville H. Platt High School where he was a member of the inaugural Freshman Academy. The Freshman Academy was designed to place all ninth graders onto Academic Teams, which had the opportunity to collaborate daily and personalize learning for all of their students, either through enrichment programs or targeted interventions. He also served as a Student-Centered Learning Coach for the Social Studies department, working with his colleagues to improve their practice in a student-centered environment. Dan also spent five years at the Thomas Edison Middle School, part of the ACES school district.
Dan is currently a member of Meriden Public Schools District Leadership Team and serves as a co-facilitator of the Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment subcommittee. He has a B.A. in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross, a Master’s degree in American History from Central Connecticut State University, and completed his 6th year Certificate in Educational Leadership at Quinnipiac University.