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Assistant Superintendent

Steve Morrone, Assistant Superintendent


Steven Morrone

Westerly Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Steven Morrone holds certifications as a Superintendent, K-12 Building Administrator, Elementary Teacher, and Special Educator. He earned a Master of Education from Providence College and a Bachelor of Science from Providence College.
Steven's educational journey began at State Street School in 2004, where he taught and served as a fourth grade teacher, special educator, and was math leader. 
From 2009 to 2013, Steven served as Elementary Principal of Ashaway Elementary School in Chariho. Here, he implemented data-driven instructional practices, established a school-wide positive behavior program, and earned accolades for achieving top scores in science assessments within Rhode Island. In this capacity, he was the 2010 Rhode Island Association of School Principals Outstanding First Year Principal.  
He transitioned in 2013 to 2017 Chariho Regional Middle School and served as Assistant Principal of Teaching and Learning where he supervised a team of educators and spearheaded curriculum development aligned with Common Core State Standards. He also facilitated and supported the work to implement a 1:1 device program for all students in the middle school 
Most recently serving as Principal of Dunn’s Corners School in Westerly Public Schools since 2017, Steven Morrone led a dedicated team and cultivated collaborative relationships with stakeholders to enhance student achievement. His leadership resulted in Dunn’s Corners School achieving recognition as a 4-star RIDE school and a United States Department of Education Green Ribbon School in 2024.
Beyond his administrative duties, Steven taught at the Community College of Rhode Island and at the University of Rhode Island.  He also served as a board member on the Rhode Island Association of School Principals.