Dr. Bottiglieri was born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Reading High School which currently has a population of approximately 18,000 students. As a native of Berks County, Dr. Bottiglieri brings years of experience in rural education having previously served the Oley Valley School District and the Tulpehocken Area School District. Prior to joining the Wyalusing Area School District, Dr. Bottiglieri served as Assistant Executive Director of the Berks County Intermediate Unit. He is a graduate of East Stroudsburg University where he earned his Bachelor’s degree, his Masters and Doctoral degrees are from Widener University located in Chester, PA.
Dr. Bottiglieri is a proud resident of neighboring Sullivan County where he has vacationed with his family for several years. During free time he enjoys spending time navigating through Worlds End State Park, either hiking or swimming and spending as much time as possible with his daughters, Taylor and Brianna.
Dr. Bottiglieri is extremely excited to be part of the fantastic team of the Wyalusing Area School District and is enthusiastic about further developing the school community to showcase many of the positives taking place in our schools. When you have a free moment please stop by to meet Dr. Bottiglieri in person. His office is located on the lower level of the Elementary School. He is most often found in one of the school buildings working with students, teachers, and administrators or in attendance at school and community events.
Dr. Bottiglieri participated in Governor Tom Wolf's press Conference on February 15th, 2022 in support of Closing the Digital Divide in Pennsylvania through Rural Broadband Internet Connectivity.
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Dr. Bottiglieri meets with Senator Yaw to showcase the Northern Tier Career Center, April 2022!
Dr. Bottiglieri participates in Legislative Advocacy Day- A Day on the Hill, Harrisburg, PA in April 2022. Dr. Bottiglieri met with legislators advocating for funding, Cyber/Charter Reform, and a plan to address the countless unfunded mandates.
Pictured here is the full group on the State Capital Rotunda for the end of day press conference.
The 2022-2023 Objective Performance Standards for the Superintendent are as follows:
To foster a positive and safe environment that supports the academic achievement of our students.
Demonstrate fiscal responsibility through thoughtful and consistent oversight of budget to ensure fiscal responsibility between the needs of our students/schools with that of the taxpayer.
To ensure the culture and climate of our schools is consistent with the expectations of our stakeholders.