August 14, 2020

Region 4 Appoints Supervisor of Pupil Services – New Position

The Chester, Deep River, Essex, and Region 4 Schools are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Tyson Stoddard to the position of Supervisor of Pupil Services.  Mr. Stoddard most recently served as a Special Education Coordinator in the Plymouth Public Schools from 2010 until now.

Prior to his experience as a coordinator, Mr. Stoddard taught 4thgrade and elementary special education for 5 years.  He has been a volunteer with the Big Brother/Big Sisters program, and a student mentor.   Tyson Stoddard enjoys skiing, cycling, and golf when time allows, outside of his career interests.

Mr. Stoddard received his Bachelor of Arts in History and Philosophy from Trinity College, his Master of Science in Education in Moderate Disabilities from Simmons College, his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law, and his Certification in Education Leadership at Southern Connecticut State University.  Tyson Stoddard has received numerous accolades and honors such as a Merit Scholarship recipient at UCONN School of Law, and the Golden Key International Honour Society most recently.

The Supervision District and interview team were very impressed with Mr. Stoddard’s knowledge of both general and special education, his ability to build strong working relationships, his compassion for students and families, and his ability to build forward and creative programs for all students.  The entire team is confident that Tyson Stoddard will provide exemplary leadership in our districts.

Mr. Stoddard grew up in Guilford, Connecticut and is looking forward to returning to the shoreline.  Tyson Stoddard and his wife currently reside in West Hartford with their three children.  They look forward to being active participants in our communities.  Mr. Stoddard will begin his post on July 1, 2013.

Ruth I. Levy, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Chester, Deep River, Essex, and Region 4

Editor’s Note: The supervisor of pupil services position was established by district school boards earlier this year as a way to retain more special education students from Chester, Deep River, and Essex in the district, and avoid costly out-of-district placements and related transportation costs. Stoddard will work under District Director of Pupil Services Tracy Johnston.

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