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The Massena Central School District has invited Castallo & Silky LLC to conduct a study of its administrative organizational structure.  Senior Associate Pole is conducting this study in the spring of 2024.


The St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES has asked Castallo & Silky LLC to study its administrative organizational structure and communication systems.  The study is currently in progress and will be completed by June 30, 2024.  Senior Associate Alan Pole is conducting this study.

Senior Associate Alan Pole of Castallo & Silky LLC haa been invited by the Chatham CSD Board of Education to assist in its efforts to hire a new Superintendent of Schools.  The vacancy notice and application can be found here.  The application deadline is April 19, 2024.


Associate Deb Ayers of Castallo & Silky LLC has been asked by the Herkimer BOCES to conduct a study of its business office procedures to identify areas in which modifications could be made to improve efficiency and provide recommendations and stratigies to implement these recommendations. The study will be conducted with a target completion date of August 31, 2024.


The Spencer-Van Etten Central School District engaged Castallo & Silky LLC to conduct a study of the district's current grade and building configuration and assess whether the possible reconfiguration of grades and buildings would provide any additional benefits educationally and/or financially to better seve students.  Associate Stephen Bocciolatt is leading the study that spans the period November 2023 through June 2024.


The Camden Central School District has contracted with Castallo & Silky LLC to conduct a two-phase business office study to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of its currrent oeratiions and to explore opportunities for improvement in these areas.  In phase two of the study, Castallo & Silky LLC will assist the district in the development and umplementation of business office procedures consistent with the findings in phase one of the study.  Associate Deb Ayers is leading the study.