After his time as Wantagh superintendent was short-lived, Phil D'Angelo has landed a similar role in a Westchester County district.
D'Angelo, who was placed on leave by the Wantagh Board of Education on Sept. 14 after less than three months on the job, was appointed by the Millbrook Central School District Board of Education to take on its superintendent duties starting Jan. 1. Prior to his short stint in Wantagh, D'Angelo had previously worked as a superintendent in Warsaw and Skaneateles N.Y.
When announcing D'Angelo's leave, Wantagh Board of Education President Michael Cucci did not give a reason for the decision citing a district policy that prohibits commenting on personnel matters. Cucci said at the Dec. 13 school board meeting that a district investigation on D'Angelo had been completed but declined to provide details on it. Cucci also said at the Dec. 13 meeting that the district was continuing to pay D'Angelo's salary in addition to Acting Superintendent Maureen Goldberg.
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