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From the Principal

Danielle Davis-Marrow

Danielle Davis-Marrow was born in the Bronx, moved to Mount Vernon and attended Traphagen Elementary, A.B Davis Middle School, and Mount Vernon High School.

Danielle attended Towson State University in Maryland, where she received her bachelor's degree; Fordham University, where she received her master's degree in education, and Mercy College, where she received an advanced degree in administration.

Before becoming an administrator, Mrs. Marrow was a classroom teacher for seven years in the Mount Vernon City School District and three years in the New York City Public School District. She was the assistant principal at Pennington from 2002 to 2005, principal of Pennington School from 2005 to 2017, and principal of Holmes School from 2017 to the present.

Under the leadership of Mrs. Marrow, Pennington School was named a Blue-Ribbon School in 2009. She is exceptionally proud of her roots in Mount Vernon and is dedicated to giving back to her community.


Danielle Davis-Marrow