Amy Mathieu is the Director of Elementary Education for the North Hills School District.
Mathieu was hired by the district in 1998 as principal of McIntyre Elementary School, a title she held for two decades.
In her new as Director of Elementary Education, Mathieu will oversee all aspects of the elementary instructional program and supervise all elementary principals and professional staff.
Mathieu holds a principal’s certificate from Carnegie Mellon University. She earned her master’s degree in reading from Slippery Rock University and her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Grove City College.
During her time at McIntyre, Mathieu oversaw the merger of three elementary buildings into one larger McIntyre community, a major renovation project and a minor addition project.
Also at McIntyre Elementary, she supervised the district’s elementary English Language Learner program and served as the elementary representative on the district’s Curriculum Council. She also created and fostered a School-wide Positive Behavior System and implemented "Responsive Classroom Morning Meeting Concept" and "Seven Habit of Happy Kids" as guiding themes at the building level.
Prior to serving as joining North Hills, she served as an assistant principal, a reading specialist and an elementary teacher in the Hampton Township School District.