Education Ambassador: Superintendent of Schools of the White Plains City School District Dr. Joseph L. Ricca
Dr. Joseph L. Ricca is the Superintendent of Schools of the White Plains City School District. He has 11 years’ experience as a superintendent serving in both New York and New Jersey. He started his career as a history teacher; then served as an assistant principal and principal.
With a Bachelor’s Degree from Seton Hall University, Dr. Ricca earned his Masters in Education from Harvard University, a Master of Arts from Caldwell College, and an Educational Doctorate from Walden University.
Dr. Ricca was named by the Westchester Business Council to their “40 Under 40” group, was named the 2019 Leadership Westchester Alum of the Year and is currently President of the Southern Westchester BOCES Chief School Administrators Association and President Elect of the LHCSS.
Nov. 24 - Dr. Ricca has a Thanksgiving message for the district.
Oct. 15 - Dr. Ricca has a message for teachers across Westchester and the Hudson Valley as they deal with remote and in-person learning.
Oct. 7 - Dr. Ricca has a message for students all across Westchester and the Hudson Valley as they’re dealing with remote and hybrid learning.
Sept. 30 - Dr. Ricca talks to the principal of Mamaroneck Avenue School.
Sept. 11 - Meet Dr. Joseph L. Ricca.