Westerly Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Alicia Storey is a Doctoral degree candidate at Johnson & Wales University. She earned a Master of Education in Secondary Administration from Providence College and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Rhode Island.
An educator for the past 23 years, Ms. Storey taught high school science in both an alternative and traditional setting. She served as an administrator at South Kingstown High School and as Principal of Johnston High School. She is an Annenberg Institute for School Reform Math/Science Fellow (1995/1996) and a co-recipient of an $82,000 Senator Reed Aquaculture Education grant. As a participant in the New England Board of Higher Educations NSF funded AQUAProject, she gave a presentation at the International Aquaculture Conference in 2000. She has also served as a Model Classroom Instructor for the RI Teacher Technology Initiative (RITTI), lead reviewer for the RI Commissioner of Education Diploma System, and currently serves as a CO-Principal Investigator of the NSF funded RI Enhanced Science Education project (RITES). Her Professional memberships include: the RI School Superintendents Association (RISSA), Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), Phi Delta Kappan (PDK), and the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
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