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Castallo & Silky LLC has been asked by the West Genesee Central School District Board of Education to conduct a study examining the current grade/facility configuration and educational programmig in the district.    The purpose of the study is to determine if there may be opportunities to utilize school district facilties more efficiently to maintain and enhance the educational opportunties for students while continuing to be fiscally responsibile for district taxpayers.  The study will span January 2020 through the summer months.  Senior Associate Alan Pole and Associate Deb Ayers will be conducting the study.


 

The Board of Education in the Unatego Central School District has asked Castallo & Silky LLC to conduct an enrollment study.  Senior Associate Alan Pole will be providing this service to the district.  The study will begin in January 2020 and is expected to be completed and reported to the Board in the spring.


 

The Akron Central School District has asked Castallo & Silky LLC to complete a human resources audit of its administrative and supervisory staff.  This study will examine the current administrative and supervisory structure in the district to evaluate the structure, roles, and responsibilities of the administrative and supervisory staff in an effort to maximize efficiency, increase productivity and collaboration, and plan for the long-term success of all administrators and supervisors and the district as a whole.  Senior Associate Alan Pole is conducting this study for Akron. It has begun in December 2019 and will continue into winter 2020.


 

The St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES has asked Castallo and Silky LLC to conduct a study regarding the health insurance consortium that BOCES operates for its employees and many of the employees in its component school districts. Deb Ayers and Alan Pole will be handling this project.  The study started in August 2019 and will continue into early winter 2020.