Spencerport Central School District

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The Spencerport Central School District is a public school district in western New York State that serves approximately 3500 students in the village of Spencerport, the town of Ogden and portions of the towns of Gates, Greece and Parma in Monroe County, with over 800 employees and an operating budget of $60 million (~$14,277 per student).[1]

The average class size is 20 (elementary), 25 (middle-high school) students and the student-teacher ratio is 13:1 (elementary), 12:1 (middle-high school).[1]

Mike Crumb is the Superintendent of Schools.

Board of education[edit]

The Board of Education (BOE) consists of 7 members who serve rotating 3-year terms. Elections are held each May for board members and to vote on the School District Budget.

Current board members are:

  • Gary Bracken - President
  • Jody Gillette - Vice President
  • Kate Czamecki
  • Greg Kincaid
  • Michael Miceli
  • Kevin Hutton
  • David Gibbardo

Schools[edit]

Elementary school[edit]

  • Bernabi Elementary School (K-5), Principal - David Caiazza
  • Canal View Elementary (K-5), Principal - Carol Robinson
  • Munn Elementary School (K-5), Principal - Michael M. Canny
  • Taylor Elementary School (K-5), Principal - Monica Macaluso

Middle school[edit]

  • Cosgrove Middle School (6-8), Principal - Ned Dale, Assistant Principals - Michael Sorbera and Jim Centola

High school[edit]

  • Spencerport High School (9-12), Principal - Sean McCabe, Assistant Principals - Kristen Paolini (9th grade and the Spencerport Academy), Jessica Silsby (10th grade), Timothy O'Connor (11th grade) and Steven Lysenko (12th grade)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 2007 Facts & Figures booklet, Monroe County School Boards Association MCSBA

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