Nick Micozzi has served as Science Coordinator K-12 of the Plymouth Public Schools for the past eighteen years. The Plymouth Public Schools is one of the largest school districts in the Commonwealth with nearly nine thousand students. He is responsible for the development, defense, and disbursement of a 1.5 million-dollar budget for the Science and Technology Program. Nick's other responsibilities involve evaluation of staff, professional development, curriculum development, grants and public relations.
Nick taught Earth Science nine years in Brockton High School. He also taught and supervised student teachers and interns at Boston College while on a one year sabbatical from Brockton High. Nick has served five years on the Commonwealths SSI project PALMS Executive Board, is the Co-Chair of the Massachusetts State School Boards Mathematics, Science and Technology Advisory Council and was a ten-year member of the Commonwealths Assessment team that developed and reported on the Massachusetts Assessment Program. Nick has also been President of the Massachusetts Association of Science Supervisors and a member of the Executive Board for eight years.
Presently, Nick is President of the Southeast Massachusetts Association of Science Supervisors, and Director of the New England Region of the National Science Education Leadership Association. Has presented at numerous science education conventions both national and at the state levels.
Nick was inducted this past spring into the Massachusetts Science Educators Hall of Fame, during the Massachusetts Association of Science Supervisors annual conference.Nick received his BA in the Earth Sciences from Bridgewater State College, a Masters from Boston College in Geology and Geophysics, and has completed all requirements up to dissertation for a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction.
Last Modified: October 7, 2004