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The Massena Central School District Board of Education has (again) invited Castallo & Silky LLC Senior Associate Alan Pole to assist it in hiring a new Superintendent of Schools.  The current superintendent, Patrick Brady, has tendered his retirement notice.  Alan worked with the district when Mr. Brady was hired.  As additional information becomes available you can check back here.


 

The Oneida City School District asked Castallo & Silky LLC to conduct a study of its grades and facilities to determine if there is a better way educationally and fiscally to reconfigure the grades and facilities to provide a sound educational program now and in the future.  The study will be conducted during the period of July 2022 through February 2024.  Associate Stephen Bocciolatt will lead the study.


 

The DCMO BOCES has invited Castallo & Silky LLC senior associate Alan Pole to assist the Board of Education in its efforts to hire a new Districtd Superintendent of Schools. The Board reopened it search in mid-July and now has a new application closing date of August 26, 2020.  You can find the vacancy announcement and application form here.


 

Castallo & Silky LLC has been asked to conduct a merger study for the Roscoe and Livingston Manor school districts.  Senior Associate Alan Pole will be assisted by Associate Deb Ayers for this project.  The study is to be conducted during the period of January 1 to December 31, 2022.  Now that the study has been completed the respective boards of education will decide whether to have each community vote on proceeding further.


 

The Oswego City School District Board of Education has invited Castallo & Silky LLC to conduct a study of its grade configuration and educational programming to determine if there may be opportunities to utilize school district facilities more efficiently to enhance educational opportunities for students.  The study ran throughout the 2021-22 academic year and continuing in the summer and fall of 2022.  It is being led by Senior Associate Alan Pole who will be assisted by Associate Deb Ayers.