Honeoye Falls–Lima Central School District

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Honeoye Falls-lima Central School District
Location
20 Church Street
Honeoye Falls, NY 14472

Parts of Monroe, Livingston, and Ontario Counties
United States
Coordinates 42°57′03″N 77°36′13″W / 42.9507°N 77.6036°W / 42.9507; -77.6036 (District office)Coordinates: 42°57′03″N 77°36′13″W / 42.9507°N 77.6036°W / 42.9507; -77.6036 (District office)
District information
Type Public
Motto "Education is the Foundation for Success"
Grades K–12
Established 1969
Superintendent Gene Mancuso
Asst. Superintendent(s) Dr. Renee Williams
Accreditation(s) New York State Education Department
Schools Lima Primary School (K–1)
Manor Elementary School (2–5)
Honeoye Falls–Lima Middle School (6-8)
Honeoye Falls–Lima Senior High School (9–12)
Budget $45,016,000 (2013–2014)[1]
District ID 3614700[2]
Students and staff
Students 2,298 (2014–2015)[1]
Teachers 184 (2014–2015)[1]
Staff 413 (2014–2015)[1]
Student-teacher ratio 12.49 (2014–2015)[1]
Other information
Website www.hflcsd.org

The Honeoye Falls–Lima Central School District (HFLCSD) serves a student population of 2,748 in New York state. The district includes four schools located on separate sites: Lima Elementary (K–5); Manor Elementary (K–5); Middle School (6–8); and High School (9–12).

Gene Mancuso is the Superintendent of Schools. The HFLCSD comprises 74 square miles (190 km2) and nine towns in three counties: Monroe County (Mendon, Henrietta and Rush); Livingston County (Avon, Lima and Livonia) and Ontario (Victor, West Bloomfield and Richmond). The Honeoye Falls–Lima Central School District was established in 1969 through a merger of the neighboring Honeoye Falls and Lima school districts.

Board of Education[edit]

The Board of Education consists of nine, non-paid, elected members who reside in the Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School Districts. Elections are held each May for board members and to vote on the School District budget.

Current board members are:

  • Gary Stottler, President
  • Amy West, Vice President
  • Joe Alati
  • Carol Bellavia
  • David Francis
  • Michael Shannon
  • Janet Somes
  • Stephanie Templeton
  • Larry Young
  • Rhonda Schaefer, Clerk

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Lima Elementary School (K–1) Principal: Lisa Mooseboogers
  • Manor Elementary School (2-5) Principal: Jeanine Lupisella

Middle school[edit]

  • Honeoye Falls–Lima Middle School (6–8) Principal: Shawn Williams, Assistant Principal: Matthew Weider

High school[edit]

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