On August 24-25, new teaching staff participated in orientation and mentoring meetings. Below are those teachers that participated in the program and who will be starting this year in the District. (Below reflects the assignments as of August 25. Any adjustments after that day will be reflected in the upcoming hardcopy Fall Communicator.)
New teachers from East Hill, Onondaga Road, and Split Rock Elementary Schools in front, from left to right, are Jamie Welch (OR Special Education), Kathleen Severson (OR Grade 3), Valerie Mancabelli (OR Grade 2), and Kelly Chambala (OR/SR Library). In the back, from left to right, are Bridget Greene (SR Grade 4), Brianne Spurchise (SR Special Education), Michele Coonce (SR Special Education), Mary Kate Kirk (EH Grade 2), and Justine Hill (EH Grade 4).
New Stonehedge Elementary School teachers are in front, from left to right, are AnnMarie Sheerin (Special Education), Molly Byrne (Grade 2), Stephanie Mathewson (Grade 2), and Kimberly Smith (Special Education). In the back, from left to right, are Gregory Gangemi (Physical Education), Christina Castaldo (Grade 3), Erin McConnell (ST/EH Music), Stephen Yarnell (ST/EH/OR Physical Education), Daniel Mercado (ST/EH/SR Physical Education), and Kathryn Hess (ST/OR Strings/Orchestra).
New Middle School teachers along with their assignments are in front, from left to right, Kimberly Kittleson (CMS Art), Hannah Murphy (CMS Spanish), and Gabriele Mahoney (CMS/WGMS Psychologist). In the back, from left to right, are Erin Murphy (WGMS Reading), Stephanie O'Rourke (WGMS Social Studies), Suzanne Trombley (WGMS Special Education), Corie Parry-Cantello (WGMS Art), and Olivia Kovaceski (WGMS Art).
Above are our new teachers at the high school along with their subject areas. In front, from left to right, are Katie Deferio (Guidance Counselor), Tara Buckman (Guidance Counselor), Annette Pickup (Social Worker), Kylee Jennings (English), and Megan Pareja (English). In the back, from left to right, are John McCloskey (Social Studies), Marc Cizenski (Social Studies), Ian Marsh (English), Michael McCarthy (Special Education), and Timothy Gallivan (Special Education).