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Assistant Superintendent Scott Hurwitz of the Farmington Public Schools
Receives University of Connecticut’s Neag School Alumni Award

The Farmington Board of Education and Superintendent Kathleen C. Greider are pleased to announce that Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations, Dr. Scott Hurwitz, has received the Neag School Alumni Award for Outstanding School Administrator.

According to the Neag School Alumni Award criteria, recipients of the Outstanding School
Administrator award demonstrate excellence and impact, make significant contributions to the educational or professional environment, engage in professional and/or community service and have five years or more of service in the award category.

Superintendent Greider shared, “Dr. Scott Hurwitz has served many roles within the Farmington Public Schools as Principal of Irving A. Robbins Middle School as well as Farmington High School and currently as the Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Operations. In all of the roles he has served, he approaches his leadership work with excellence and care. Relationships and collaboration are at the core of his leadership practice. Dr. Hurwitz’s contributions to our leadership team and the entire school district community are vast and reflect his deep and unwavering commitment to the Farmington Public Schools. We are so proud and pleased that he is being recognized for his exemplary leadership. He is most deserving of this recognition and we congratulate Scott, along with his family, on receiving the Neag School Alumni’s Outstanding School Administrator Award.” 

Board Chair Bill Beckert states, “It is a pleasure to work with Assistant Superintendent Scott Hurwitz on behalf of the Farmington community. He has accomplished a great deal in his time as a school and district leader in Farmington. I, along with the entire Board of Education, celebrate Dr. Hurwitz’s leadership work in all areas and more specifically, his collaborative work related to the Elementary Ad Hoc Committee, Transportation Bid Process, and countless other projects that have led to innovation and improvement in operations and finance within our school district. He is a leader who embraces any challenge and puts students first in all aspects of his daily leadership work. On behalf of the Board of Education and Farmington community, we extend our sincerest congratulations to Dr. Hurwitz upon receiving this outstanding recognition.”

Dr. Hurwitz stated, “I am honored to receive this recognition from the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. Across the Farmington Public Schools, teamwork matters and we believe that working together makes us stronger and more effective. With that in mind, this honor truly speaks volumes to the collaborative efforts of our entire educational community. Success in education is not achieved alone. Instead, any success experienced is the result of our collective effort. The levels of collaboration between students, families, community partners, teachers, administrators and Board members makes Farmington a remarkable place. This award is a testament to the outstanding teams I have been associated with throughout my career, and I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to work alongside such exceptional educators and leaders
who keep students at the center of their actions to foster continuous improvement.”

Brief Bio:
Dr. Hurwitz received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education – History and a
Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Connecticut. He received his Master’s Degree in School Building Leadership at Teachers College Columbia University and earned a Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D) at the University of Connecticut.

Dr. Hurwitz has served as the Vice President of the Summer Principals Academy Leadership
Council and is the recipient of numerous educational scholarships and grant awards. He has served as a UCAPP Mentor Principal, CCSU Mentor Principal and a Sacred Heart University Mentor Principal. Dr. Hurwitz has served as an adjunct professor and a doctoral coach for the Neag School’s Department of Educational Leadership and is also an adjunct professor for the Quinnipiac University School of Education.

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