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Martin H. Potash

English educator

Martin H. Potash, American English educator. Certified in Secretary Administration Hood College, 1990. Recipient Distinguished High School Teacher, Western Maryland College, 1998. Member board trustees Beth Sholom Congregation, Frederick, Maryland, since 1994, vice president, 1999—2003; Member of Association for Superivision and Curriculum Development, National Association Secretary School Principal.

Background

Potash, Martin H. was born on March 15, 1951 in Baltimore. Son of Albert Joseph and Helen Zelda Potash.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Maryland, 1973. Master of Arts, Western Maryland College, 1979.

Career

English and journalism teacher, department chair Frederick County Public Schools, 1981—2003. Assistant principal Washington County Public Schools, Smithsburg, Maryland, 2003—2004, coordinator secretary english Hagerstown, since 2004. Member, school improvement teams Frederick County Public Schools, 1997—2003.

Member, staff development advisory group Maryland State Board Education, 1997.

Achievements

  • Certified in Secretary Administration Hood College, 1990.

Membership

Member board trustees Beth Sholom Congregation, Frederick, Maryland, since 1994, vice president, 1999—2003. Member of Association for Superivision and Curriculum Development, National Association Secretary School Principal.

Connections

Married Janet F. Gorelick, June 25, 1978. Children: Andrew Joseph, Meredith Lee.

father:
Albert Joseph

mother:
Helen Zelda Potash

spouse:
Janet F. Gorelick

children:
Andrew Joseph Potash

Meredith Lee Potash