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Michelle Romano Selected as Permanent K-12 Science Director

 Monday, June 26, 2023 – Hingham Public Schools is pleased to announce that Michelle Romano has been appointed as K-12 Science Director after serving as an interim in this role for the past year. 

Romano was selected as Interim Science Director last summer to replace Katie Roberts who took on the role of Interim Assistant Superintendent. Roberts has since been selected to be the permanent Assistant Superintendent leaving the permanent role of Science Director vacant. After a successful year serving as interim, Romano applied for and was selected to be the permanent K-12 Science Director. During her time as interim, Romano coordinated efforts to support science curriculum and instruction in grades K-12. 

Romano has been a science educator for over thirteen years and has been with the Hingham Public School’s science department for ten years. Prior to her work as interim, Romano held the position of 7th and 8th grade Science Teacher. 

Romano’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Science Education with a focus in Biology from the University of South Florida and a Master of Education degree in Curriculum & Instruction with a focus in Educational Leadership from Northeastern University.