North Hills School District Superintendent Dr. Patrick J. Mannarino took the oath of office Monday morning to continue his role as superintendent of the district for the next five years.
The ceremony, officiated by the Honorable Philip A. Ignelzi, was held virtually amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Mannarino’s current contract, which expires on June 30, 2021, was renewed by the NHSD Board of Education last July. The contract, his third as superintendent, is effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2026.
Along with the signed oath, NHSD will submit the following to the Pennsylvania Department of Education as required prior to July 1, the first day of Dr. Mannarino’s new contract:
- Pennsylvania Teaching Certificate – Superintendent
- Letter of Eligibility from the Pennsylvania Department of Education
- Official copy of minutes of the board approving superintendent’s contract
- Verification of Qualifications
- Certification of Election of Commissioned Officer
Dr. Mannarino has served as superintendent of North Hills School District since 2012 after two years as an assistant superintendent.
Prior to joining the central administrative staff, he served as principal of North Hills Senior High School for four years. He joined the North Hills School District staff as an assistant principal in 2002 and was promoted to associate principal in 2005
Dr. Mannarino was joined by Board of Education President Allison Mathis for Monday morning's ceremony.