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As superintendent of the Ellington Public Schools, Dr. Scott Nicol is proud to co-create with students, teachers, parents, administrators and the community to build a culture of learning that challenges and inspires all students on their personalized educational journey. Before he came to Ellington in 2015, Dr. Nicol served as the Executive Director of Performance Management for the Hartford Public Schools. He has served as a principal for Regional School District #13 (Durham and Middlefield), an assistant principal for the Vernon Public Schools, and a history teacher for Regional School District #8 (Hebron, Andover and Marlborough). A graduate of nearby Rockville High School, Dr. Nicol received his undergraduate degree from Providence College and holds a doctorate degree from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Nicol resides in Portland with his wife, Heather, and two sons, Carson and Reese.

Dear Ellington Family –

The Ellington way is to be in service to others, understanding that each role and contribution to the whole is equal in value. This is how Ellington gives thanks and it is our innate nature.

This past Veterans Day at all five schools, Ellington staff and students honored those who served and modeled the Ellington way. The general sentiment was captured at Ellington High Schools' breakfast and ceremony.

Honoring Our Veterans 2018

As you give thanks this long weekend and throughout this joyous holiday season, let us continue to honor our veterans by modeling ever so proudly "the Ellington way".

Happy Thanksgiving –

Dr. Scott V. Nicol
Superintendent of Schools

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