Amanda Trombley is a graduate of the State University of New York Plattsburgh with a B.A./B.S. degree in
Secondary Mathematics Education and a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She is a mathematics
teacher at Northern Adirondack Central School in Ellenburg Depot, NY and has been serving the district for the last
18 years. Amanda loves to share her passion of mathematics with her students and is also very active outside of
the classroom. She is an advisor to the National Honor Society and Math Honor Society at NAC, an emeritus of the
New York State Master Program, member of AMTNYS and member of the NYSMHS Board of Governors.
Clubs and extracurricular activities allow students to develop leadership skills and find ways to contribute meaningfully to their community. Club advisors and sponsors often support these clubs with their own funds or through fundraising activities. To support our outstanding educators and the clubs they oversee, NSHSS is giving ten (10) NSHSS Educators a $500 grant to help provide additional opportunities to their student clubs.