Principal:


Raymond Manka, Principal

RManka@stamfordct.gov
203-977-4226

 

Assistant Principals Dean of Students Athletic Director
Library/Media Security SGC
FOSH Payroll/HTE/Kronos NEASC
Operating Budget Grants Professional Development
Press/Public Relations Graduation Upward Bound
1st & 2nd year staff Website  

 

 

 


Assistant Principals:

Matthew Forker
203-977-0850 6th Floor

MForker@stamfordct.gov

11th Grade Administrator

English Social Studies Athletic Eligibility
Facilities Graduation Exam
Schedules
Leadership Academy DREAM Awards Assembly Interns
FOSH - Assist AVID Custodians
Athletics School Safety TEAM

 

Claudia Berlage
203-977-4268 7th Floor

cberlage@stamfordct.gov

10th Grade Administrator

Science Math Scheduling/Data Processing

Data
Team

Program of
Study

FOSH
Assist

District
Data Team

HSCA

School
Governance
SIP Testing assist Collateral Duties
IDT   NEASC assist

 

Rafael Escobar
203-977-5086 1st Floor

rescobar@stamfordct.gov

9th Grade Administrator

 

PE/Health Business/Unified
Arts
World Language
Substitutes Saturday School DREAM Awards
Assembly
NEASC assist Assist
FOSH/PTO
Leadership
Academy
Guidance

Parking

Parent Link

 

Matthew Laskowski
203-977-4706 2nd Floor

mlaskowski@stamfordct.gov

12th Grade Administrator

Special Education Fine Arts Fire Drills
Para Educators NEASC assist CAPT
Transportation Food Service SAT
SBHS/Nurse Graduation Assist
FOSH/PTO
Independent Study Student Aides  

 


Dean of Students

Michelle Malave
203-977-4227
mmalave@stamfordct.gov


The Dean of Students will work to build meaningful relationships with students and families to promote appropriate school behaviors, develop social and emotional learning competencies and help students meet with school success.  He will also implement and monitor prescribed interventions to address all discipline issues in a fair and just manner.  The Dean of Students will report to the Principal.

Major Responsibilities

Assist in the resolution of conflicts between students.

Monitor the daily attendance reports to identify and respond to situations regarding excessive absences from and lateness to school.

Confer with families, teachers, and support staff to develop plans to promote improved attendance to school and class.

Prepare for student appeals as part of the attendance policy process.

Communicate effectively via memo, letter, phone, email, and conference to the central office personnel, principal and guidance counselors.

Work with community and governmental agencies on problems relating to drug abuse, discipline problems and truancy from school.