Elementary School Principal in New Hampshire
Bill Carozza was a classroom teacher in elementary and secondary schools for 13 years before becoming an elementary school Principal 18 years ago. He has served as Adjunct Professor at the University of New Hampshire and New England College in areas of curriculum and instruction and social studies education. Bill is Past-President of the New Hampshire Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (NHASCD) and conducts workshops at regional and national conferences utilizing technology and social media for teachers and administrators. Most importantly, Bill's also a husband to Marie and father to three children, Ben, Abby, and Jake, and a cat named Ollie.
He is currently Principal of Harold Martin and Maple Street Schools (PK-6) in Hopkinton, NH.
*Winner of the 2014 New Hampshire Society of Technology Educators Susan Janosz Technology Impact Award
* Winner of 2014 ISTE Making it Happen Award
* As President of NHASCD, Winner of 2013 Affiliate Award for Overall Excellence from ASCD
* Winner of 2013 Excellence in Education EDie from NHASCD
* Appointed to the USDOE Principal Standing Committee to review the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)