Angela Teutschman

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Gray Fellow 2020-21


Angela Teutschman has been a dedicated educator within the New York City Department of Education for 19 years. Angela started her career in Brooklyn as a middle school ELA teacher then transitioning to Elementary school where she worked as a teacher and then a data/academic intervention support coach. In 2008 Angela was pursued to become an Assistant Principal at PS/IS 95 in District 21, Brooklyn where she remained for five years. Committed to her professional growth, Angela entered and completed the CSA’s leadership programs SBISI and ALPAP. Angela’s on-going career development and growing family inspired a change to pursue a new journey as Assistant Principal at MS 217 in District 28 in Queens where she remained for 6 years. During this time Angela worked closely with the Office of Leadership as Faculty Facilitator for the Assistant Principal Leadership Institute, as well as a Model Assistant Principal with the Learning Partners Program. All of these endeavors eventually lead her to Principalship at PS 175 in District 28 in 2019. Currently working from her dining room table as “Remote” Principal, Angela is looking forward to moving her school toward continued success in the new and ever changing atmosphere of the DOE.

Angela is the proud parent of three children who attend NYC public schools – striving each day to ensure that every classroom in NYC is a place where she would want her own children to be. Of all her accomplishments thus far, she is most proud of the life she has built with her husband Pete in Queens, where they currently reside with their three children, Aiden, Addison and Anthony.