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By: LIBN Staff April 11, 2022
The Lindenhurst Union Free School District has announced that Anthony Davidson has been appointed as superintendent of schools.
Throughout his career, Davidson has served students at every professional level. He began his career in education as a teacher of English language arts in the Commack School District and then went on to become the Commack chairperson of English language arts.
From there, he held the positions of assistant principal and principal of Commack High School and Commack Middle School, respectively.
In 2018, Mr. Davidson accepted the position of assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction in the Locust Valley Central School District. Additionally, Davidson currently serves as an adjunct professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
He has enhanced the school communities he’s worked with in myriad ways that demonstrate his leadership, such as the expansion of the career exploration program in Locust Valley CSD to include externships, nearly tripling the number of dual-enrollment opportunities. He created and oversaw the district’s K-6 remote learning academy and lead the K-5 implementation and grade 6 exploration of the Teacher College Readers and Writers Program Framework.
When not working, Davidson and his fiancé spend their time shuttling their children to their sports games and enjoying being outdoors with the family’s rescue dog, Sammy, at the beach or on the slopes.
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