Helen Kay Galloway was recalled to duty and assumed the post of principal at Naples American HS, located at Naples (Gricignano di Aversa), Italy on November 15, 1999. Prior to this date she had retired on September 3, 1998 following the completion of 32 school years with DoDDS.
Her previous administrative assignments include:
1992-98: Principal, AFCENT HS, Brunssum, The Netherlands
1984-92: Principal, Alconbury HS, Huntingdon, Cambs. UK
1976-84: Asst. Principal & Principal, London Central HS, UK
1975-76: Asst. Principal, Lakenheath Elementary, Suffolk, UK
1973-75: Asst. Principal, Lindsey Elementary, Wiesbaden, Ger
Earlier teaching experience includes assignments to:
1970-73: Rhein Main Junior HS, Rhein Main AB, Frankfurt, Ger
1969-70: Rhein Main Elementary, Rhein Main AB, Frankfurt
1968-69: Washington School, Beverly, Massachusetts
1967-68: Wurtsmith Elementary, Clark AB, The Philippines
1966-67: Rhein Main Elementary, Rhein Main AB, Frankfurt
1965-66: Goose Bay Elementary, Goose AB, Labrador, Canada
1964-65: Brown School, Beverly Massachusetts
1963-64: Ipswich Junior HS, Ipswich, Massachusetts
Ms. Galloway earned her BA degree with a major in History and minor in Secondary Education from the University of Massachusetts. She earned her ME from Salem (Mass) State College. Additional postgraduate and doctoral courses in school administration and curriculum development were completed at the U. of Southern California, U. of Maryland, U. of San Diego, Ball State U., U. of New Hampshire, Indiana U., Nova U., Boston U., Trinity College, and Goddard College.
Ancillary duties have included service as the DoDDS-Atlantic representative to the World-wide Principals Advisory Committee, and the Atlantic Region’s EEO Officer. In addition, Ms. Galloway represented Hessen and North Sea Districts as the Federal Women’s Program Coordinator.
1991-92: DoDDS Principal of the Year
1989-90: Educator of the Year by the UK Chapter of ASCD
1996-97: Member of the Year, Benelux Chapter of PDK
She holds life memberships in the National Education Association and Phi Delta Kappa, and is a member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
Prepared by Helen Kay Galloway,2001