Roberta A. Gerold, Ed.D. - Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Roberta A. Gerold came to Middle Country Central School District in 2006 from the Farmingdale School District where she served as superintendent of schools for five years. Prior to 2001, she was superintendent of schools in Miller Place, an assistant superintendent in West Babylon and Levittown, a regional associate for the State Department of Education, as well as the special education director for Center Moriches schools. She began her career as a special education teacher. Dr. Gerold earned her Doctor of Education degree from Hofstra University. Her doctoral work was focused on the way students perceived themselves in relation to their school environment.
In addition to serving proudly as Middle Country Schools’ Superintendent, Dr. Gerold is member of the board of directors of SCOPE and is a past president of the Suffolk County School Superintendent’s Association.
Dr. Gerold believes in Middle Country’s mission to empower and inspire students to apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be creative problem solvers, to achieve personal success and to contribute responsibly in a diverse and dynamic world. It is a great responsibility, yet one that all members of the educational community are willing to accept because of how well we value our students.