Lives in Charlestown
Andrew McQuaide graduated from Chariho Regional High School in 2006, that same year he was elected to represent the town of Charlestown on the Chariho School Committee, becoming one of the youngest elected officials in Rhode Island. Over the past five and a half years, having served on well over a dozen sub-committees, Andrew has shown that the district’s best work requires collaborative solutions that engage all stake holders. Most notably, his support of performance-based compensation has driven Chariho to the head of this important movement. As Chair of the Chariho Performance Review Panel, Andrew leads the administration of Rhode Island’s first publically negotiated performance-based compensation system for educators.