BAY HEAD — Superintendent of Bay Head School Steven Corso has announced his retirement effective July 31 of this year.
“It’s a really difficult decision and it hasn’t been taken lightly,” said Mr. Corso. “[The staff at Bay Head] have been so wonderful to work with and I am proud to have worked with them.”
His time at Bay Head started in the summer of 2021, when the school announced they were looking for a new business administrator. When the school realized Mr. Corso had his Superintendents certification, they brought him on board.
“I was contemplating retirement then, but when this opportunity came I didn’t want to pass it up,” said Mr. Corso. “There were a lot of things I could accomplish and when I met the board they were terrific. That’s how it started.”
During his time at the school there were many initiatives that he had a hand in introducing and implementing. Some of these accomplishments included the expansion of advanced academic enrichment of gifted students, the addition of additional student assessment tools, focusing on students’ emotional issues and learning through a variety of guided activities, utilizing the district’s full-time school counselor and updating multiple aspects of the school security plan.
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