BROOKLINE, MA — Casey Ngo-Miller, assistant superintendent of student services at Brookline Public Schools, announced Wednesday that she will be leaving the district at the end of the school year.
Beginning July 1, Ngo-Miller will join Newton Public Schools as assistant superintendent of student services. His last day at Brookline will be June 30.
“When I joined PSB five years ago, I was thrilled to work in a diverse community like Brookline,” Ngo-Miller said in a letter to the school community. “It has been so rewarding working with the families and staff here. I am grateful for all that I have learned during this training period and deeply proud of what we have achieved together for the students of PSB. ”
Over the next few months, Ngo-Miller will work with Superintendent Linus Guillory and the Office of Student Services (OSS) team to determine the best path forward for OSS leadership.
“The recently completed Special Education Program Review presents a lucid assessment of our program’s strengths, accomplishments, and areas for growth, and I am confident I have positioned the department for a prosperous future,” said Ngo- Miller. “The social-emotional learning (SEL) work that OSS has engaged in this year has already begun to reap benefits through additional therapeutic supports for all students. Our strong team of nurses have also navigated expertly through the pandemic to allow the district to open and operate safely, keeping in-person learning a priority.”
“Above all, I’m proud of the team we’ve built together, and I hope my lasting legacy will be one of collaboration and mutual respect, which I believe is the cornerstone of our work.” she continued.
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