Danielle Hoch is slated to serve as the K-12 assistant principal for Wheatland-Chili Central School District.
This school year marks Hoch’s 15th year in education and her fifth year with Wheatland-Chili.
“I have worked in various districts as a classroom teacher and K-5 literacy coach supporting the instructional needs of my colleagues,” Hoch said. “As a member of the Wheatland-Chili school community, I have had the pleasure of teaching reading to students at both T.J. Connor Elementary School and the middle school. While I will miss this role, I am beyond excited to serve as the new K-12 assistant principal.”
Hoch graduated from Buffalo State, Roberts Wesleyan College and The College at Brockport. She holds degrees in elementary education and literacy education, and a Certificate of Advanced Study in educational leadership and administration.
As the assistant principal, she will build upon the district mission and values through maintaining open communication with families, staff and building leaders.
“With the implementation of our code of character, conduct and support, I will participate and continue to grow a positive school culture that is designed to enrich the social and emotional development of our children,” Hoch said. “As liaison between the elementary and secondary building, I will support families through advocating and responding to the needs of our children, always looking to advance student growth and achievement.
“Together, I look forward to educating, engaging and empowering all so we may excel as partners on this journey together.”