NEW LONDON, N.H. — Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to announce that Christopher Geraghty has been selected to serve as the new assistant principal of Kearsarge Regional High School.
Assistant Principal Geraghty began his new role on Thursday, July 1.
Since 2005, he has served as a social studies teacher and department chair at Kearsarge Regional High School.
“With 16 years of experience with the Kearsarge Regional School District under his belt, I am confident that Christopher will excel in this new role,” said Superintendent Feneberg. “He is a knowledgeable, skilled educator and school professional who has demonstrated a dedication to helping our students continue to learn, grow and thrive.”
During his time at Kearsarge, Assistant Principal Geraghty has been involved in developing curriculum with a focus on the competency based education model, including inquiry and STEAM education courses.
He has also served as the site coordinator for federal i3 grants which aim to enhance student voices, implement performance based assessments and develop change leadership strategies. As site coordinator, he managed an annual budget of $30,000 for professional development, travel and supplies to support the goals of the grant.
Additionally, he has worked as a guest lecturer at New England College where he taught courses on inquiry and STEAM based education.
“Through this role, I will aim to implement innovative approaches that will enhance the school environment for all Kearsarge students,” said Assistant Principal Geraghty. “I am so happy to continue serving this wonderful community, especially since I have two children in the Kearsarge School District myself.”
Assistant Principal Geraghty holds a doctorate in educational leadership and a master’s degree in education from New England College. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Union College and a certificate in secondary social studies teaching from Upper Valley Teacher Institute.