Ms. Stephanie O'Connor
Stephanie O'Connor has spent her professional career as a teacher and administrator for Trenton Public Schools in Michigan. The first eight years were as a math and science educator at the middle level. Administrative positions have included middle school assistant principal and principal for sixteen years prior to taking on the role of Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, Technology and State & Federal Programs. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Education from Eastern Michigan University, a Master's degree in Mathematics from Wayne State University and a Specialist's degree in Educational Leadership from Wayne State University. Stephanie is also a NAESP (National Association of Elementary Schools Principal) certified mentor who supports elementary and middle level leaders. She also enjoys reading, running, spending time at the family cottage and is an avid MSU fan!
Trenton uses a balanced assessment system which includes assessments intended to guide instruction, measure the academic progress of students, and meet the federal and state mandates.