My husband, Mike (Amedeo) and I have been Easttown residents for 36 years. Our 4 children. Camilla, Annamarie, and A. Joseph are graduates of Devon Elementary, T/E Intermediate, and Conestoga High schools. Elizabeth is a graduate of St. Norbert Catholic School and Conestoga High School.
As we move out of the pandemic, the most pressing issue facing T/E schools is academic regression. I intend to utilize the training that I received as a foster parent for children who have experienced emotional and developmental distress, as well as loss of security to insure we meet this challenge.
I am dedicated to:
- providing the most conducive environment for student achievement
- building resources to ensure that curriculum standards are maximized
The growth of our student population will require planning resources to upgrade, renovate, and the potential for new facilities. As the former Development Director for the Easttown Library & Information Center, I managed the successful $4 million Rebuilding Campaign. My experience with community engagement, and municipal and grant funding will advance my work with the School District. I am dedicated to:
- protecting our taxpayer dollars by ensuring program strength.
- financial accountability that provides students with the top-notch education they deserve.
I was honored at the Easttown Tricentennial celebration as Paoli’s Noteworthy Citizen for my work with neighborhood youth. My continued involvement as a community volunteer has demonstrated a long-term commitment to building a strong District.
“Maryann has always dedicated her considerable energies to building and sustaining neighborhood communities. Youth groups, the local library, and the foster care of vulnerable children have all benefited from her empathy and compassion. The Tredyffrin-Easttown community will be fortunate to have Maryann serve as their School Director.” Michele Vaughn, Chester County Register of Wills/Orphans’ Court
“Maryann has lived in the T/E community for many years, and is well-acquainted with the needs of our students. As a Board member, she’ll continue to support the initiatives many of us have championed, not the least of which is our important racial equity work. She has my full support for a seat on our School Board.” Rev. Kyle Boyer, (retiring) T/E School Director
“Maryann’s continued involvement as a community volunteer has demonstrated a long-term commitment to building a strong district. As a careful listener of school district constituents, Maryann is the most qualified to help the district have a safe reopening for our schools after the pandemic.” Debbie Dooling, Retired Teacher from the T/E School District for 37 years, Easttown Resident for 34 years
“Maryann Piccioni is truly active in her community and dedicated to youth. Engaged in church youth education minister at St. Norbert Catholic Church, and serving on the Girl Scout Council Board of Directors, demonstrates her community commitment. Maryann’s experience in fund development for the Easttown Library will be a significant asset as she manages our taxpayer dollars.” Elva Bankins Baxter, Local Business Owner, Tredyffrin Resident
“Over these past 20+ years, we’ve come to know Maryann Piccioni as a woman of great humanity, integrity, and conviction. Her commitment to young people is evident in her long record of community service, especially as a foster parent to children facing difficult family situations. Maryann Piccioni cares.” Terry and Deacon Steve Martino, Tredyffrin residents