Geneva City School District

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Geneva City Schools
Type and location
Grades K-12
Region Finger Lakes
Country USA
Location Geneva, New York
District information
Superintendent Trina Smith Newton
Schools 4
Students and staff
Teachers 257
Staff 587
Athletic conference Section V
District mascot Panthers
Colors Black and Red
Other information
Assistant Superintendent - School Improvement & Accountability Kevin Whitaker
Assistant Superintendent - Administrative Services Stephen Kruger
Website http://www.genevacsd.org/

Geneva City School District is a school district in Geneva, New York, United States. The current superintendent is Ms. Trina Smith Newton.

The district operates four schools: Geneva High School, Geneva Middle School, West Street School, and North Street School.

History[edit]

Geneva Senior High School Campus from 1926-1981
Geneva Junior High School Campus from 1981-2004

Relatively little is known about the early history of Geneva public schools. On June 19, 1812, the New York State legislature passed an act for the establishment of Common Schools which became the basis of the common school system in the State of New York. The date of the first public school established in Geneva in compliance with this act was in 1815.[1] Subsequently, a number of schools were established in Geneva.

In 1853, the Geneva Union School was incorporated and authorized to maintain a classical department and to instruct a normal class. In 1863, Geneva schools were desegregated. On March 16, 1869, the Union School’s corporate title was changed to “The Geneva Classical and Union School.” It was the first Union School built in New York State.[1]

In 1924-1925, a commodious High School building was built at the corner of Milton and Pulteney Streets in the City of Geneva. The school was erected on the grounds formerly occupied by a cemetery; the bodies from which were exhumed and removed to Glenwood Cemetery.[1] The building was used by Finger Lakes Community College for several years starting in 2007, before being demolished in 2014.

In 1981, the high school was moved to its present location at 101 Carter Road in the City of Geneva.

Administration[edit]

The District offices are located at 400 West North Street in Geneva. The current Superintendent is Ms. Trina Smith Newton. Previously, the school's offices were located at 649 South Exchange Street in Geneva, but were moved before the 2010 school year.[2]

Current Administration[edit]

  • Ms. Trina Smith Newton–Superintendent
  • Mr. Kevin J. Whitaker–Assistant Superintendent for School Improvement & Accountability
  • Mr. Stephen Kruger–Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services
  • Mr. John Zappia–Interim Director of Finance
  • Mrs. Tracy Marchionda–Director of Innovative Programming
  • Ms. Kathy Phillips–Committee on Special Education Chairperson
  • Mr. Gerald Barker–Director of Office of Food Services
  • Mr. Aaron Smith–Director of Buildings and Grounds
  • Ms. Cindy Streber–Director of Transportation
  • Mr. Randall J. Greiner–Director of Athletics

Former Superintendents[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

Board of Education[edit]

  • Mr. Edward A. George–President
  • Mrs. Josephine Guard–Vice President
  • Ms. Jessica Bailey
  • Ms. Eileen Halling
  • Dr. Stanton Tepfer
  • Mrs. Amy Jackson Sellers
  • Ms. Barbara Roesch Rokow

Geneva High School[edit]

Geneva High School
File GenevaHighSchoolNY.jpg
Address
101 Carter Road
Information
Principal Gregory T. Baker
Associate Principal Tricia L. Budgar
Asst. Principal Nathan A. Schneckenberger
Grades 9-12
Rival Canandaigua Academy
Website

Geneva High School is located at 101 Carter Road and serves grades 9 through 12. The current principal is Mr. Gregory Baker, the current associate principal is Mrs. Tricia Budgar, and the current assistant principal is Mr. Nathan Schneckenberger.

History[edit]

Geneva High School was originally based on 63 Pulteney Street in Geneva, a three-story building that was constructed in 1926. A new classroom wing was added to the building in 1965 on the southern half of the building. In 1981, following the construction of a new high school building on 101 Carter Road, the High School moved to the new location, the Pulteney Street campus served as the location of Geneva Middle School.

Former Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. Issac Swift–1839–1852
  • Mr. J.E. Dexter–1852–1855
  • Mr. E.M. Hutchins–1855–1857
  • Mr. B.F. Bristol–1857–1859
  • Mr. William Vrooman–1879–1889
  • Mr. W.H. Truesdale–1889–1913
  • Mr. A.J. Meller–1913–1921
  • Mr. Lewis M. Collins–1921-1950 (Inspector - New York State Department of Education,[12] retired)
  • Mr. Spurgeon B. Wuertenberger–1950-1971 (Principal - Belvedere Middle School, retired)
  • Mr. Vincent Scalise–1971-1985 (Principal - Geneva Junior High School, named Superintendent of Geneva City School District)
  • Mr. Edward J. Cigna–1985-1993 (Assistant Principal - Kings Park High School,[13] named Assistant to the Superintendent for Technology and Administration of East Williston Union Free School District)
  • Mr. Brian J. Mazza–1993-1997 (Principal - Murdock Middle High School, retired)
  • Mr. Michael E. Simon—1997-2004 (Principal - Waterloo Middle School, named Administrator for Human Resources for Geneva City Schools[14])
  • Mrs. Ann I. Goldfarb—2004-2005† (Principal - Geneva Middle School, returned to Middle School)
  • Mr. David D. Pullen—2005-2007 (Assistant Principal - Geneva High School, named Principal of Penn Yan Middle School[15])
  • Mr. William W. Rotenberg–2007-2011 (Principal - North Rose-Wolcott High School, resigned)

†Served as Executive Principal of Middle and High School campuses

Former Assistant Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. Arthur J. McCann–1923-1958 (Physical Education teacher - Geneva High School, retired[16])
  • Mr. Harold A. Bonesteel–1958-1967 (Athletics Director - Geneva City Schools, dead)
  • Mr. Raymond Harrold [interim]–1967-1968 (Principal - Prospect Street School, retired)
  • Mr. Robert Paradiso–1968-1969 (Business teacher - Geneva High School, returned to teaching)
  • Ms. Helen P. Maney–1969-1978 (Social Studies teacher - Geneva High School, retired[17])
  • Mr. Guy Spader [interim]–1978 (Physical Education teacher - Geneva High School, returned to teaching duties)
  • Mr. Robert J. Maher–1978-1996 (Work Study Coordinator - Gates-Chili High School,[18] retired[19])
  • Ms. Claudia W. Masters–1996–1997
  • Mr. Michael J. Ferrara–1997-1998 (Social Studies teacher - Geneva High School, named Vice Principal of Waterloo High School)
  • Mr. Thomas J. Douglas–1998–2000 (Assistant Principal - Geneva Middle School, named Principal of Paul V. Moore High School[20])
  • Mr. David Pullen–2000-2005 (Physical Education teacher - Penn Yan Academy, named Principal of Geneva High School[21])
  • Mr. Carmine L. Calabria–2005-2007 (English teacher - Geneva High School,[21] named Principal of Geneva Middle School[22])
  • Mrs. Karen C. Simon–2007-2010 (Assistant Principal - North Street School, retired[14][23])
  • Mr. Robert Smith–2010-2013 (Assistant Principal - Wayne/Finger Lakes BOCES, named Interim Principal of Geneva Middle School)
  • Mrs. Danielle Ouilette–2012-2014 (Assistant Principal - West Street School, named Principal of North Street School)

Schedule[edit]

Period Number/Activity Beginning Bell End Bell
Homeroom 7:40 7:42
Period 1 7:42 8:26
Period 2 8:30 9:14
Period 3 9:18 10:02
Period 4 10:06 10:50
Lunch 5 10:50 11:20
Period 5/6 10:54 11:38
Period 6/7 11:24 12:08
Lunch 7 11:38 12:08
Period 7/8 11:42 12:26
Period 8/9 12:12 12:56
Lunch 9 12:26 12:56
Period 10 1:00 1:44
Period 11 1:48 2:32

Geneva Middle School[edit]

Geneva Middle School
GenevaMiddleSchoolNY.JPG
Address
101 Carter Road
Suite 200

Information
Principal Robert E. Smith
Asst. Principal Kevin E. Fairben
Dean of Students Randall J. Grenier
Grades 6-8
Resource Officer Raul Arroyo
Website
Geneva Middle School

Geneva Middle School is located at 101 Carter Road and serves grades 6 through 8. The current Principal is Mr. Robert Smith, and the current Assistant Principal is Kevin Fairben.

History[edit]

The Middle School began on what is now North Street School on West North Street in Geneva.[24] In 1981, the school moved to the former high school on 63 Pulteney Street and remained there until the 2004 school year. At that time, it moved to a brand new building and campus built adjacent to the High School.

Former Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. Theodore L.R. Morgan–1926-1930 (unknown, named Principal of East Rochester High School[25])
  • Mr. C. Leonard Bowler–1930-1955 (Mathematics teacher - Geneva High School, retired)
  • Dr. Edward R. Cuony–1955-1966 (Guidance Counselor - Geneva High School, named Assistant Professor of Hobart and William Smith Colleges)
  • Mr. Lee Thomas–1966-1968 (Principal - Marcellus High School,[26] named Assistant Superintendent of Geneva City Schools[27])
  • Mr. Vincent Scalise–1968-1971 (Assistant Principal - Geneva Middle School,[26] named Principal of Geneva High School)
  • Mr. Duane H. DaBoll–1971-1974 (Vice Principal - Webster Junior High School, named Principal of Clifton-Fine High School[28])
  • Mr. Lawrence E. Ludd–1974-1978 (Principal - North-Rose Wolcott Middle School,[29] named Principal of Merton Williams Middle School)
  • Dr. Salvatore F. Scaglione–1978-1991 (Principal - Batchelor Middle School,[30] retired)
  • Mrs. Ann Goldfarb–1991-2001 (Spanish teacher - Ithaca High School, placed on assignment)
  • Mr. John M. Natti [interim]–2001-2003 (Assistant Principal - Geneva Middle School, returned to assistant principal duties)
  • Mrs. Ann Golfarb–2003-2007 (Administrator on Assignment - Geneva City School District, retired[31])
  • Mr. Carmine Calabria–2007-2013 (Assistant Principal - Geneva High School, placed on administrative leave[32] and fired[33])

Selected Former Assistant Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. Andrew T. Power–1931-1944 (Industrial Arts teacher - Geneva Junior School, named Vice Principal of Bloomfield High School)
  • Ms. Laura Wellman–?-1967 (Unknown, named Guidance Counselor of Geneva High School[34]
  • Mr. Vincent Scalise–1967-1968 (Federal Projects Director - Geneva City Schools,[34] named Principal of Geneva Junior High School[26])
  • Mr. Raymond R. Gagnon–1969-1985 (Science teacher - Geneva Junior High School,[35] retired[36])
  • Mr. Edward M. Wright–1985-1988 (6th Grade Teacher - Geneva City Schools,[36] named Principal of Ithaca Central Elementary School[37])
  • Mr. Daryl T. Scherer–1988-1993 (Business Teacher - Penn Yan Academy,[37] named Principal of Perkins Elementary School)
  • Mr. Reed K. Patterson–1993-1996 (Industrial Arts teacher - Fairport High School, named Assistant Principal of Owego Free Academy High School[38])
  • Mr. Thomas Douglas–1996-1998 (Technology teacher - Penfield Central School District, named Assistant Principal of Geneva High School[20])
  • Mr. John Natti–1998-2001 (Director of Athletics - Geneva City School District, named Interim Principal of Geneva Middle School)
  • Mrs. Karen Simon–2001-2003 [interim] (Assistant to the Superintendent - Geneva City School District,[39] named Principal of Southern Cayuga Middle School)
  • Mr. John Natti–2003-2007 (Interim Principal - Geneva Middle School, retired[40])
  • Mr. John O. Arthur–2007-2010 (Science teacher - Geneva Middle School, named Assistant Principal of Canandaigua Middle School[41])

Schedule[edit]

Period Number/Activity Beginning Bell End Bell
Doors Open 7:25 7:25
Breakfast 7:25 7:25
Halls Open 7:35 7:35
Period 1 7:45 8:29
Period 2 8:32 9:16
Period 3 9:19 10:03
Period 4 10:06 10:50
6th Grade Lunch 10:53 11:23
Period 5/6 10:53 11:37
Period 6/7 11:26 12:10
7th Grade Lunch 11:40 12:10
Period 7/8 11:40 12:24
Period 8/9 12:13 12:57
8th Grade Lunch 12:27 12:57
Period 10 1:00 1:44
Period 11 1:47 2:31

North Street School[edit]

North Street School
NorthStreetSchoolGenevaNY.JPG
Address
400 West North Street
Information
Principal Danielle F. Ouillette
Vice principal Margaret A. Wright
Grades 3-5
Website

North Street School is located at 400 West North Street and serves grades 3 through 5. The current principal is Mrs. Danielle Ouillette, and the current assistant principal is Mrs. Margaret WRight.

History[edit]

Originally constructed as the Geneva Junior High School, The building switched to an elementary school housed Grades K through 5 for students who lived within the area close to the school. In 2008-2009, the school began to transition to a school for grades 3 through 5, switching faculty and principals.

Selected Former Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Ms. Jessie M. King–1933-1937 (Principal - Cortland Street School, retired)
  • Mr. Leonard Bowler–1937-1948 (Principal - Geneva Junior School, named Principal of Geneva Junior High School[42])
  • Mrs. Marjorie C. Hucker–1948-1965 (Principal - Prospect Street School, named Principal of West Street School[42])
  • Mr. George J. Abraham–1965-1966 (Principal - West School School,[43] named Director of Educational Services for Geneva City Schools)
  • Mr. Angelo T. Capizzi–1966-1968 (Elementary teacher - Geneva City schools, named Principal of Prospect Avenue School[44])
  • Ms. Mary E. Luckern–1968-1997[45] (Second grade teacher - West Street School,[46] retired[47])
  • Mr. Daryl Thomas Scherer–1997-2003 (Principal - Perkins School, retired[48])
  • Mrs. Nina W. McCarthy–2003-2009 (Assistant Principal - North Street School, named Principal of West Street School)
  • Mrs. Arlene F. McDermott–2009-2011 (Principal - West Street School, retired)
  • Mrs. Tracy A. Marchionda–2011-2014 (Director of Curriculum and Instruction - Bath Central School District, named Director of Innovative Programming of Geneva City School District)

Selected Former Assistant Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

West Street School[edit]

West Street School
WestStreetSchoolGenevaNY.JPG
Address
30 West Street
Information
Principal Nina McCarthy
Asst. Principal Sarah V. Cupelli
Grades K-2
Website

West Street School is located at 30 West Street and serves grades K through 2. The current principal is Mrs. Nina McCarthy, and the current assistant principal is Sarah V. Cupelli.

History[edit]

West Street school opened in 1956. The school originally housed Grades K through 6 (eventually Grades K through 5) for students who lived within the area close to the school. In 2008-2009, the school began to transition to a school for grades K through 2, switching faculty and principals.

Selected Former Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. George J. Abraham–1956-1965 (Math/Science teacher - Geneva High School, named Principal of North Street School[43])
  • Mrs. Marjorie Cook-Hucker–1965-1966 (Principal - North Street School, retired)
  • Mr. James C. Gugino–1966-1972 (Principal - Cincinnatus Elementary School, dead[53])
  • Mr. Angelo Capizzi––1972-1978 (Principal - Prospect Avenue School, named 5th grade teacher of West Street School[44])
  • Mrs. Ethel M. Peters–1979-1992 (Assistant Principal - West Street School, retired)
  • Mr. Joseph L. DeMeis–1999-2008 (Psychologist - West Street School,[54] retired[55])
  • Mrs. Arlene McDermott–2008-2009 (Assistant Principal - West Street School, named Principal of North Street School)

Selected Former Assistant Principals[edit]

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mrs. Ethel Peters–1972-1979 (Teacher - West/High Street School, named Principal of West Street School)
  • Mrs. Arlene McDermott–1999-2008 (Principal - St. Mary's School, named Principal of West Street School)
  • Mr. Scott Donnelly–2008-2010 (4th grade teacher - LaFayette Intermediate School, named Assistant Principal of North Street School[56])
  • Mrs. Danielle F. Ouillette–2010-2012 (1st and 2nd Grade teacher - Leary Elementary School, named Associate Principal of Geneva High School)

See also[edit]

Selected former administrators[edit]

Year Superintendent WSS
Principal
WSS
Asst. Principal
NSS
Principal
NSS
Asst. Principal
GMS Principal GMS
Asst. Principal
GHS Principal GHS
Asst. Principal
GHS
Assoc. Principal
1921-1922 A.J. Meller Lewis Collins
1922-1923 A.J. Meller Lewis Collins
1923-1924 A.J. Meller Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1924-1925 A.J. Meller Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1925-1926 A.J. Meller Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1926-1927 Lynn Houseman Theodore Morgan Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1927-1928 Lynn Houseman Theodore Morgan Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1928-1929 Lynn Houseman Theodore Morgan Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1929-1930 Lynn Houseman Theodore Morgan Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1930-1931 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1931-1932 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1932-1933 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1932-1934 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1933-1934 Lynn Houseman Jessie King Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1934-1935 Lynn Houseman Jessie King Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1935-1936 Lynn Houseman Jessie King Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1936-1937 Lynn Houseman Jessie King Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1938-1939 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1939-1940 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1940-1941 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1942-1943 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1944-1945 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Andrew Power Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1945-1946 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1946-1947 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1946-1947 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1947-1948 Lynn Houseman Leo Bowler Leo Bowler Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1948-1949 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Leo Bowler Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1949-1950 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Leo Bowler Lewis Collins Arthur McCann
1950-1951 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Leo Bowler S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1951-1952 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Leo Bowler S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1952-1953 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Leo Bowler S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1953-1954 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Leo Bowler S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1954-1955 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Leo Bowler S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1955-1956 Lynn Houseman Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1956-1957 Mel Livingston George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1957-1958 Mel Livingston George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Arthur McCann
1958-1959 Mel Livingston George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1959-1960 Mel Livingston George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1961-1962 Mel Livingston George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1962-1963 Mel Livingston George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1963-1964 Al Lindeman* George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1964-1965 Will Chiverton George Abraham Marjorie Hucker Ed Cuony Laura Wellman S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1965-1966 Will Chiverton Marjorie Hucker George Abraham Ed Cuony Laura Wellman S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1966-1967 Will Chiverton Jim Cugino Angelo Capizzi Lee Thomas Laura Wellman S. Wuertenberger Doc Bonesteel
1967-1968 Will Chiverton Jim Cugino Angelo Capizzi Lee Thomas Vince Scalise S. Wuertenberger Harrold/Paradiso
1968-1969 Will Chiverton Jim Cugino Mary Luckern Vince Scalise Ray Gagnon S. Wuertenberger Rob Paradiso
1969-1970 Will Chiverton Jim Cugino Mary Luckern Vince Scalise Ray Gagnon S. Wuertenberger Helen Maney
1970-1971 Will Chiverton Jim Cugino Mary Luckern Vince Scalise Ray Gagnon S. Wuertenberger Helen Maney
1971-1972 Will Chiverton Jim Cugino Mary Luckern Duane DaBoll Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Helen Maney
1972-1973 Lee Martin Angelo Capizzi Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Bill Hughes Duane DaBoll Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Helen Maney
1973-1974 Lee Martin Angelo Capizzi Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Bill Hughes Duane DaBoll Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Helen Maney
1974-1975 Lee Martin Angelo Capizzi Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Bill Hughes Larry Ludd Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Helen Maney
1975-1976 Paul Kirsch Angelo Capizzi Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Bill Hughes Larry Ludd Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Helen Maney
1976-1977 Paul Kirsch Angelo Capizzi Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Bill Hughes Larry Ludd Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Helen Maney
1977-1978 Paul Kirsch Angelo Capizzi Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Joe Keane Larry Ludd Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Maney/Slayer*
1978-1979 Paul Kirsch Angelo Capizzi Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Joe Keane Sal Scaglione Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Rob Maher
1979-1980 Paul Kirsch Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Rob Maher
1980-1981 Paul Kirsch Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Rob Maher
1981-1982 Paul Kirsch Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Rob Maher
1982-1983 Paul Kirsch Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Rob Maher
1983-1984 Paul Kirsch Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Rob Maher
1984-1985 Paul Kirsch Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ray Gagnon Vince Scalise Rob Maher
1985-1986 Vince Scalise Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ed Wright Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1986-1987 Vince Scalise Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ed Wright Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1987-1988 Vince Scalise Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Ed Wright Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1988-1989 Vince Scalise Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Tom Scherer Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1989-1990 Vince Scalise Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Tom Scherer Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1990-1991 Vince Scalise Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Sal Scaglione Tom Scherer Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1991-1992 Vince Scalise Ethel Peters Mary Luckern Ann Goldfarb Tom Scherer Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1992-1993 Vince Scalise Mary Luckern Ann Goldfarb Tom Scherer Ed Cigna Rob Maher
1993-1994 George Kiley Mary Luckern Ann Goldfarb Reed Patterson Brian Mazza Rob Maher
1994-1995 George Kiley Mary Luckern Ann Goldfarb Reed Patterson Brian Mazza Rob Maher
1995-1996 George Kiley Mary Luckern Ann Goldfarb Reed Patterson Brian Mazza Rob Maher
1996-1997 George Kiley Mary Luckern Ann Goldfarb Tom Douglas Brian Mazza Claudia Masters
1997-1998 George Kiley Tom Scherer Ann Goldfarb Tom Douglas Mike Simon Mike Ferrara
1998-1999 George Kiley Tom Scherer Ann Goldfarb John Natti Mike Simon Tom Douglas
1999-2000 George Kiley Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Tom Scherer Nina McCarthy Ann Goldfarb John Natti Mike Simon Tom Douglas
2000-2001 Joe Stoner Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Tom Scherer Nina McCarthy Ann Goldfarb John Natti Mike Simon Dave Pullen
2001-2002 Joe Stoner Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Tom Scherer Nina McCarthy John Natti* Karen Simon* Mike Simon Dave Pullen
2002-2003 Joe Stoner Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Tom Scherer Nina McCarthy John Natti* Karen Simon* Mike Simon Dave Pullen
2003-2004 Joe Stoner Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Nina McCarthy Terry Richards Ann Goldfarb John Natti Mike Simon Dave Pullen
2004-2005 Larry Pedersen* Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Nina McCarthy Terry Richards Ann Goldfarb John Natti Ann Goldfarb Dave Pullen
2005-2006 Bob Young Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Nina McCarthy Terry Richards Ann Goldfarb John Natti Dave Pullen Carmine Calabria
2006-2007 Bob Young Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Nina McCarthy Karen Simon Ann Goldfarb John Natti Dave Pullen Carmine Calabria
2007-2008 Bob Young Joe DeMeis A. McDermott Nina McCarthy Kevin Fairben Carmine Calabria John Arthur Bill Rotenberg Karen Simon
2008-2009 Bob Young A. McDermott Scott Donnelly Nina McCarthy Kevin Fairben Carmine Calabria John Arthur Bill Rotenberg Karen Simon
2009-2010 Bob Young Nina McCarthy Scott Donnelly A. McDermott Kevin Fairben Carmine Calabria John Arthur Bill Rotenberg Karen Simon
2010-2011 Bob Young Nina McCarthy Danielle Ouillette A. McDermott Scott Donnelly Carmine Calabria Kevin Fairben Bill Rotenberg Bob Smith
2011-2012 Gleason*/Newton Nina McCarthy Danielle Ouillette Tracy Marchionda Scott Donnelly Carmine Calabria Kevin Fairben Greg Baker Bob Smith
2012-2013 Trina Newton Nina McCarthy Sarah Cupelli Tracy Marchionda Scott Donnelly Carmine Calabria Kevin Fairben Greg Baker Bob Smith Danielle Ouillette
2013-2014 Trina Newton Nina McCarthy Sarah Cupelli Marchionda/Ouillette Scott Donnelly Bob Smith* Kevin Fairben Greg Baker Budgar/Schneck* Ouillette/Budgar
2014-2015 Trina Newton Nina McCarthy Sarah Cupelli Danilelle Ouillette Marge Wright Bob Smith Kevin Fairben Greg Baker Nate Schneck Tricia Budgar

*Denotes interim appointment


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