Meriden Public Schools

Curriculum & Instructional Technology

Barbara Haeffner  |  Director for Teaching and Innovation
Karen Kaczor  |  Secretary
22 Liberty Street  |  203-630-4202

The Office of Curriculum and Instructional Technology is responsible for supporting the curricula and technology needs of the district. Working closely with the Supervisors of Blended Learning, Curriculum and Accountability, and Instruction and Learning as well as the Information Technology Manager this department works to effectively develop rigorous curricula for all students and ways to use technology to enhance the learning experience. Staff and students integrate the use of technology across the curriculum in ways that increase student engagement, promotes collaboration, allows for timely feedback, and provides opportunities for anytime/anywhere learning. If we are to truly prepare students for college and careers, it is imperative we infuse technology into all content areas.

Blended Learning

Susan Moore  |  Supervisor of Blended Learning 

22 Liberty Street | 203-630-4193
The Supervisor of Blended Learning is responsible for supporting blended learning models to enhance student-centered learning in the Meriden Public Schools. Blended learning leverages technology to increase student access to content and supports communication, collaboration and creativity. Technology Integration Specialists work with teachers and students to support blended-learning environments by strengthening technology skills and enhancing learning through improved integration of technology.

Curriculum & Accountability

Susan Perrone  |  Supervisor of Curriculum & Accountability 
22 Liberty Street  |  203-630-4188

The Supervisor of Curriculum and Accountability works directly with principals, classroom teachers and specialists to develop meaningful language arts and math curriculum. It is the goal of this department to help teachers and students develop meaningful skills for reading comprehension and math skills; prepare for language arts and math-based segments of standardized tests; and, integrate sound language arts and math skills in the classroom that promote and encourage a lifetime of literacy and numeracy.