Albion Central School District

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Albion Central School District
324 East Avenue
Albion, New York 14411

Orleans County, New York
United States of America
District information
Type Public
Motto Achievement, Character, and Success for Life
Grades K-12
Superintendent Michael S. Bonnewell
Budget $30 million
Students and staff
Students abt. 2,600
Teachers abt. 200
Athletic conference New York State Public High School Athletic Association
District mascot Purple Eagle
Colors           Purple and white
Other information

The Albion Central School District is a public school district in New York State that serves approximately 2,600 children in the village of Albion; most of the towns of Albion, Barre, Carlton, and Gaines; small parts of the towns of Kendall, Murray, and Ridgeway in Orleans County; and portions of the town of Elba in Genesee County, with an operating budget of $30 million (~$11,500 per student).

The District motto, "Achievement, Character, and Success", is an alternate expansion of the district acronym "ACS."

Michael S. Bonnewell is superintendent of schools

Board of Education[edit]

The Board of Education (BOE) consists of 9 members who serve overlapping 5-year terms. Elections are held each May for board members and to vote on the School District Budget.

Current board members (May 2015) are:

  • Margy Brown - President
  • Dean Dibley - Vice President
  • Brenda McQuillan
  • Marlene Seielstad
  • Linda Weller
  • David Sidari
  • Wendy Kirby
  • Marie Snyder
  • Chantelle Sacco


Ronald L. Sodoma Elementary School (PreK-5)[edit]

Rachel Curtin (Principal)

Jennifer Ashbery (Vice Principal)

Carl I. Bergerson Middle School (6-8)[edit]

Daniel Monacelli (Principal)

Charles C. D'Amico High School (9-12)[edit]

Matthew Peterson (Principal)

Katharine Waite (Assistant Principal)


The Albion District has a strict code system called the "Code of Conduct". Many consequences can take place if these rules are broken. WEBB (We Expect Better Behavior), Detention (which can last until 5:00et in WEBB) (In the Middle School), Trip to principals, suspension (or possibly be expelled), CR (Correction Room) (for the High School). The Elementary School does not have detention.


Carl I. Bergerson Middle School & Charles C. D'Amico High School: Starts at 7:45et (6:45 ct) and ends at 2:22et (1:22ct) Ronald L. Sodoma Elementary School: Starts at 9:00et (8:00ct) and ends at 3:10et (2:10ct)


The Middle and High Schools have different bell schedules for changing classes. However, the Elementary school does not have these bells.


Albion Central Schools have an advanced computer network. The three school buildings are interconnected on a district-wide fiber-optic network.

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