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Cranford Board of Education Appoints Kevin Deacon Principal of Livingston Avenue School

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CRANFORD, NJ – The Cranford Board of Education and District Administration announced Kevin Deacon has been selected as the new principal of Livingston Avenue School, effective Aug.6

Deacon comes to Livingston Avenue School after serving as the assistant principal at Orange Avenue School since 2013.

“I am extremely excited to embark on this new adventure in my educational career.  I have heard great things about Livingston Avenue School and I am ecstatic to become a part of and continue the success of this wonderful school,” said Deacon. 

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Deacon began his path toward the principal’s office as a special education teacher at Walter H. Crowley Intermediate School 5 in Queens, N.Y., where he taught seventh and eighth grade mathematics. 

In 2010, he was hired as the assistant principal at Walter H. Crowley Intermediate School 5 where he served for three years.

Deacon holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Siena College, a master’s degree in special education from Queens College, and a master’s degree in school administration from Touro College.

 

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