Medina Central School District

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Medina Central School District is a public school district that serves the village of Medina, NY as well as the towns of Ridgeway, Shelby, a small part of Barre, and a small part of Hartland which is in Niagara County. The school district consists of 1,750 students in grades PK–12. PK–3 are taught at Oak Orchard Primary School. 4–7 are taught at Clifford H. Wise Intermediate/Middle School. 8–12 are taught at Medina High School. The school district is home to the Medina Mustang Marching Band, who has won thirteen state field band championships, with the most recent being in 2013. The Mustang Band has been asked to participate in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and at Disney World.

Thomas A. Cox is interim superintendent.

Board of education[edit]

The board is made up of nine members. Current board members are:

  • Wendi Pencille, President
  • David Sevenski
  • Ann Webster Bunch
  • Lori Draper
  • Christopher Keller
  • William Keppler
  • Brian Koch
  • Brenda Lindsay
  • Renee Paser-Paull


  • Oak Orchard Elementary School (PreK-3), Principal - Julie Webber
  • Clifford H. Wise Intermediate/Middle School (4-7), Principal - Elaine Wendt, Assistant Principal - Christopher R. Hughes
  • Medina High School (8-12), Principal - Michael Cavanagh, Assistant Principal - Kevin Lasky


The Mustangs compete in the Niagara-Orleans League and in Class B of Section 6 in the NYSPHSAA.

  • Fall:
    • Football (Combined with Lyndonville) (JV, Varsity)
    • Golf (Varsity)
    • Boys' Soccer (Combined with Lyndonville) (Modified, JV, Varsity)
    • Girls' Soccer (Modified, JV, Varsity)
    • Boys' Cross Country (Combined with Lyndonville)
    • Girls' Cross Country (Combined with Lyndonville)
    • Girls' Volleyball (Modified, JV, Varsity)
    • Boys' Volleyball (Combined with Lyndonville)
    • Field Hockey (JV, Varsity)
    • Cheerleading (for Football)
  • Winter:
    • Wrestling
    • Boys' Basketball (Modified, JV, Varsity)
    • Girls' Basketball (Modified, JV, Varsity)
    • Boys' Swimming (Modified, Varsity)
    • Girls' Swimming (Modified, Varsity)
    • Cheerleading (for Boys' Basketball)
  • Spring:
    • Lacrosse (Modified, JV, Varsity)
    • Baseball (JV, Varsity)
    • Softball (JV, Varsity)
    • Boys' Track and Field (Combined with Lyndonville) (Modified, Varsity)
    • Girls' Track and Field (Combined with Lyndonville) (Modified, Varsity)
    • Tennis (Varsity)

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