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Southampton Names Student Supervisors


photo of Mark Hannan  Photo of Ron Eleazer




Southampton Names Student Supervisors

In navigating student safety and discipline amid COVID-19, the Southampton School District has created two new student supervisor positions at the high school. The supervisors, Ron Eleazer and Mark Hannan, will work directly with the high school principal and assistant principal to address disciplinary issues.

“Both Mr. Hannan and Mr. Eleazer have extensive backgrounds in working with students, families and staff in addressing matters of discipline in a fair and respectful manner, so both will be an asset to the district,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Nicholas Dyno.

Eleazer, a Southampton School District alumnus and resident, has been a security guard in the district since 2019, a role in which he has built strong relationships with students while ensuring their safety. He also works as a per diem safety officer for the Shinnecock Indian Nation and previously served as a guard at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton.  

Hannan, also of Southampton, served in the Southampton School District as the director of school safety from 2017-2019 before leaving to focus on his independent security consulting company. In his role as the district’s director of school safety, he served as the chief emergency officer, supervising all security staff, systems and emergency preparedness. 

Prior to working in Southampton, Hannan was employed as a student supervisor for four years at Wheaton Warrenville South High School. He also worked for the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission in the Office of Investigations and in the United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration as a special and supervisory special agent. 

Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District