Geoffrey Lloyd is the newly appointed principal of the Henry Viscardi School (HVS), a pre-K-12 school for young people with disabilities. The school is part of the National Center for Disabilities Services located in Albertson. Mr. Lloyd has been an educator for the past 30 years and is a pioneer in community based education and transition issues. Before coming to HVS, Mr. Lloyd founded, and was the first principal of the Brooklyn Transition Center, a New York City Board of Education School for teenagers with disabilities. Mr. Lloyd has been married to his wife, Stefanie, for the past 29 years and is proud of his two grown daughters, Melissa and Heidi. The Lloyds have lived in the Roslyn community for 24 years. Mr. Lloyd is an avid reader who also enjoys camping, hiking, basketball, football and music. Mr. Lloyd is a determined advocate in fostering the changes that are necessary to insure that graduates of the Henry Viscardi School will achieve academic excellence that will lead to a choice of post secondary education options and/or a desired job, and be included with full citizenship in our communities.