About

Lynn Fuini-Hetten is the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning in Salisbury Township School District. Prior to that role, Lynn served as the Supervisor of Instructional Practice in the Salisbury Township School District where Lynn was responsible for professional learning for all staff, supporting curriculum development, supervising the district’s virtual learning academy (VAST), and managing federal programs. Prior to her work in that position, Lynn served as a middle school teacher, instructional coach, instructional support teacher and assistant principal in the district.

Lynn has been an integral part in the success of Salisbury’s 1:1 teaching and learning initiative – Teaching and Learning 2014 (TL2014). As a result of her work in the area of professional development, Salisbury Township School District was recently recognized nationally as a Project RED Signature District and an Apple Distinguished Program. Lynn was recognized earlier this year with a mini-grant from LearningForward PA to provide professional development focused on leading the implementation of PA Core Standards for the administrative team.

Lynn received a BS and an MS in elementary education from Kutztown University, principal certification from Penn State University, instructional technology certification from Kutztown University and is currently pursing a doctorate in educational leadership from Wilkes University. Lynn has taught undergraduate course at DeSales University, and currently teaches in CLIU21 principal program as well as Moravian College.

Lynn is the Secretary of PASA (PA Association for School Administrators) Women’s Caucus and a member of the PASA Professional Development standing committee.

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