Brighton Central School District

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The Brighton Central School District is a public school district in New York State that serves approximately 3,700 students in portions of the towns of Brighton and Pittsford[1] in Monroe County with over 600 employees and an operating budget of $60,547,645.[2]

The average class size is 20 students and the student-teacher ratio is 12:1 (elementary), 11:1 (middle-high school).[2]

Dr. Kevin McGowan, Ed.d. is the current Superintendent of Schools.

Board of education[edit]

The Board of Education has seven elected members. Members serve overlapping three-year terms with two to three seats up election each year. The current boards members are:

  • Mark Kokanovich, President
  • Julene Gilbert, Vice President
  • Andrea Costanza
  • Larry Davis
  • Karen Hatch
  • Marvin Sachs
  • Martha Sciremammano

Schools[edit]

  • Council Rock Primary School (CRPS) Grades K-2, 668 students, Principal - Matt Tappon
  • French Road Elementary School (FRES) Grades 3-5, 800 students, Principal - Matt Comeau
  • Twelve Corners Middle School (TCMS) Grades 6-8, 880 students, Principal - Robert L. Thomas
  • Brighton High School (BHS) Grades 9-12, 1,200 students, Principal - Dr. Thomas Hall

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Monroe County, New York School Districts". Monroe County Department of Environmental Services. Retrieved 2015-07-16. 
  2. ^ a b 2007 Facts & Figures booklet, Monroe County School Boards Association MCSBA

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