Title: Assistant Superintendent
Company: Garnet Valley School District
Location: Wallingford, Pennsylvania
Marjorie DelBello, Assistant Superintendent at Garnet Valley School District, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in education administration.
Dr. DelBello earned a Master of Education from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and later followed with a Doctor of Education in 1988 from Temple University. In her illustrious educational career she has excelled as a teacher, special education director, people services director; assistant principal and principle and for 17 years assistant superintendent of the Garnet Valley School District.
A renowned author, Dr. DelBello has published “Echoes of Olde Cape May: An Unconventional History of Cape May, New Jersey” and “Parents of Happy High Achievers: 45 Tips To Guide Your Kids To The Top Without Driving Them Nuts!” as well as her educational doctorate dissertation “Administrators’ perceptions of gifted programs in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.” Her works have been featured in the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association magazine and she has contributed numerous articles to professional journals.
Dr. DelBello’s honors have included Pennsylvania Gifted Teacher of the Year in 1987 (which she considers a career highlight) from the state of Pennsylvania and Educator of the Year from Delaware County. Her memberships have included the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD, Honorary Society of Temple University, Honorary Society of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association.
Dr. DelBello attributes her success to her passion for teaching. She became involved in her profession because she had always loved school and she loved being a student. Attending education classes while pursuing her college education has been what interests her the most. In addition, she aspired to become an educator because of her willingness to learn more and explore more to educate students and make a difference in their lives. In coming years, Dr. DelBello hopes to continue writing and hopes to complete the screenplay that she is currently writing about a sensational crime that her husband, who was a prosecutor, argued in court years ago.
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