A Brief History Of
John G. Oliverio, Ph.D.
My service in the Fairfax County Schools covered a period of thirty eight years.
My initial administrative experience began as an administrative assistant of
student discipline in a high school with a membership of 2,000 students.
Subsequently, I served as a sub-school principal in middle school and high school,
associate principal of a secondary school of 4,000 students, and as a high school
principal. After retiring in 1983, I continued to serve in interim positions
as the principal of James Madison High School, South Lakes High School as
Director of Student Services, Oakton High School as Assistant Principal,
Director of Student Services and Principal over a period of more than a year,
Rocky Run Middle School as Principal, Lanier Middle School as Principal,
Fairfax County Director of Student Services, Director of Student Services,
Area II and Director of secondary Education, Area II, Principal,
West Potomac High School.
My experience in building a master schedule for both high schools and
middle schools is extensive. I have published a master schedule workshop guide
that is designed to assist the master-schedule-building team in how-to manually
build a symmetrically balanced master schedule with minimal scheduling conflicts
and congruent with your school's computer scheduling program.
Currently, I am an adjunct professor at George Mason University scheduled to teach
a leadership education course for masters and doctoral degree candidates
titled Managing Human and Financial Resources.