The Massillon Board of Education announced it has hired Paul Salvino as the new Superintendent for the Massillon City School District.
Salvino will officially begin his new role on August 1, however he will be in the office serving as Superintendent Select throughout the summer months. The 2018-2019 school year will mark his 14th year in school administration. Salvino had previously served as the Washington High School principal for the 2017-2018 school year. Prior to coming to Massillon, he served as the Jackson Memorial Middle School principal since 2010. He also spent three years as assistant principal and two years as principal of Claymont High School in the Claymont City Schools.
Salvino is a 1997 Washington High School graduate. He also spent three years teaching seventh-grade science and social studies at Longfellow Middle School.
Salvino plans to introduce goal areas for the district which he will call the “Tiger Focus”. These focus areas include safety and security, student performance, resource management, and communication/collaboration.
Salvino received his Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education from The University of Akron. He received his Masters of Education in Educational Administration, his principal licensure and his superintendent licensure from Ashland University.