North Allegheny hires replacement for retiring director of student services
The director of student services for the Westmoreland Intermediate Unit has been hired by the North Allegheny School District to serve as its director of student services.
The board voted unanimously to hire Joseph Sciullo to replace Guinevere Maximo, who is retiring in June.
Sciullo has a bachelor of science degree in special education from Clarion University as well as a master of science and doctorate degree in education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va. He also holds a special education supervision certificate from the Pennsylvania State University and is currently enrolled at California University of Pennsylvania to obtain his Superintendent's letter of eligibility.
Sciullo began his career as a special education teacher for the Chesapeake Public Schools in Chesapeake, Va. He moved into a leadership role in administration as the district's special education supervisor followed by a position as an assistant principal.
In 2016, Sciullo accepted his current position with Westmoreland Intermediate Unit # 7.
A starting date for Sciullo has not bet set yet. He will earn $120,000 a year.