Wheatland–Chili Central School District

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The Wheatland–Chili Central School District in Scottsville, NY serves approximately 700 students in the village of Scottsville and portions of the towns of Chili, Wheatland, and Brighton in Monroe County and a portion of the town of Caledonia in Livingston County, with over 160 employees. It is the smallest school district in Monroe County.[1]

Founded in 1955, the District celebrated 50 Years of Learning in 2005.

The average class size is 17-19 students, the average grade size is approximately 60 students and the student-teacher ratio is 13:1(elementary), 13:1(middle-high school).[1]

The District motto is "Personalized Education...Powerful Results".

Dr. Deborah Leh, Ed.d. 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:

  • Kim Snyder - President
  • Shanna Fraser - Vice President
  • Gregory Berl- Trustee
  • James Musshafen - Trustee
  • Courtney Panek - Trustee
  • Tiffany Passmore - Trustee
  • Michelle Rocha - Trustee

Schools[edit]

Elementary school[edit]

Elementary School
  • TJ Connor Elementary School (K-5)

Margaret Wright, Principal
13 Beckwith Ave. Scottsville, NY 14546

Middle school[edit]

High School
  • Wheatland-Chili Middle School (6-8)

Eric Windover, Principal
940 North Rd, Scottsville, NY 14546

High school[edit]

  • Wheatland-Chili High School (9-12)

Eric Windover, Principal
940 North Rd., Scottsville, NY 14546

The school mascot was the Scotsmen until the 1990s, after which a new mascot was chosen. They have since been called the Wheatland-Chili Wildcats.

Alumni[edit]

Name Known For Relationship to Wheatland-Chili Central School
Brennan Swain Amazing Race Season 1 Winner/ Actor [1] 1989 Valedictorian

References[edit]

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

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