Dr. Donald L. Snoke
Phone: 724-223-2000 ext. 7111
Dr. Snoke graduated from Trinity High School in 1978 and served 15 years as high school principal.
He was appointed to the position of Assistant Superintendent of Schools December 4, 2014.
Prior to becoming an administrator at Trinity, Dr. Snoke taught at Washington High School for 10 years. While at Washington Dr. Snoke coached Football, Wrestling and Track. Dr. Snoke also served on the SAP Team, Middle States Evaluation and as served seven years as the senior class advisor.
Dr. Snoke earned a B.A in Sociology and a Pennsylvania Teaching Certificate at Washington and Jefferson. Following graduation from W+J Dr. Snoke worked for seven years in the carpentry industry. Dr. Snoke earned his Masters of Science Degree in Education, Pennsylvania Principal’s Certification 7-12 and his Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility K-12, from California University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Snoke completed his doctorate at Capella University.
Dr. Snoke lives in Washington with his wife, Diane. He has two daughters, Amanda and Jennifer, and two grandsons, Parker and Carter.
Dr. Snoke’s goal as the Assistant Superintendent of Schools in conjunction with Dr. Lucas and the Trinity Area Board of School Directors is to provide educational excellence to our students and to do what is necessary to ensure all students succeed.
Dr. Constance DeMore-Savine
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Phone: 724-223-2000 ext. 7124
Dr. Constance DeMore-Savine began her work as Trinity Area’s Director of Curriculum and Instruction on August 18, 2021. In this role, her first priority is to ensure that each student engages in a curriculum that meets educational standards, and that teachers feel prepared to plan for and facilitate rigorous, purposeful instruction to improve their students’ achievement.
Since 1996, Dr. DeMore has proudly served as an educator in the public school system. She had worked diligently for 19 years as a middle school social studies teacher at the Norwin School District before being hired in 2015 to design, implement, and manage the district’s secondary gifted education program. Additionally, Dr. DeMore has worked as an adjunct professor at Saint Vincent College and the University of Pittsburgh, where, in 2011, she earned a Doctoral Degree in Administration and Policy Studies in Education and a certificate to supervise curriculum and instruction. Prior, she earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and a Principal’s Certificate from St. Francis University. With a passion for teaching and learning, she continues to consult for school districts in Western PA, research, and publish.
Dr. DeMore hails from North Huntingdon, PA, where, in 2018, she was named one of the community’s Distinguished Alumni. Her personal interests include spending time with her husband, two stepsons, and dogs, and reading, painting and cooking.