Dan Geraghty is the new Principal of Smithfield High School, where he brings a wealth of experience from his expansive career in education that began in 2008. His background includes a diverse array of roles such as a special education teacher and math teacher in New York City, Dean of Students, Peer-Collaborative Teacher, Assistant Principal, and Supervisor of Mathematics, showcasing his versatile skill set and deep commitment to student success.
Before joining Smithfield, Dan was part of the Providence Public School District, serving as Assistant Principal at Hope High School. His roots in the community he grew up in and his passion for making a tangible impact in the lives of students and staff have always been the driving forces behind his career.
Dan holds a Bachelor's degree from Assumption College (now Assumption University) in Worcester, Massachusetts, and a Master's degree from the City College of New York.
Outside of leading Smithfield High School into the future, Dan is an avid marathon runner, appreciating the discipline and resilience each race demands. He also cherishes family trips to Disney, where magic and adventure bring joy to their lives. At the heart of everything, it's the quality moments spent with his three-year-old daughter and supportive wife that Dan cherishes the most.