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On behalf of the Board of Education, administration, faculty, staff, and students of the Massena Central School District, we wish all of our community and our school family a very Merry Christmas and the happiest of New Years. Enjoy the holiday with friends and family, and know that the precious moments spent together now are the stuff of future beautiful memories.á With all of our best wishes for a full and bright year ahead! á
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Seasons Greetings,
William H. Flynn
á á á ááInterim Superintendent of Schoolsá
Upcoming Events
 
Massena Central School District,
Bullying Hotline
If you believe that you have been harrased or bullied, please do not allow it to continue. Click here to use the bullying hotline to report the person or persons who have been bothering you. Fully describe the incident and answer all of the questions on the form below. Then send it to your school, and your issue will be addressed.
CONSOLIDATION STUDY
á á Here is a presentation made to the Board of Education on December 15, 2014 addressing ways that the Massena Central School District could consolidate to operate efficiently.

áá áAt this time, all of the options are being considered. áWe hope that you will take some time to review each of the options and think about which option would work best for students.

áá áIn upcoming weeks, the Board of Education will host a community forum to discuss the pro's and con's of the various options and to gather information about other ways to consolidate our school district. áOur school and administrators and representative faculty members will be present to discuss the reasons each option will benefit the students and the educational process.

áá áOnce the community has been informed of the strengths of each option for consolidation at the forum, the district will provide an online survey so that we can all have input into the decision making.

Click here for the presentation
Superintendent Finalists
President John Boyce, of the Massena Central School Board of Education, is pleased to announce two (2) finalists for the superintendent search for Massena Central schools.á The search process has been facilitated by Mr. Alan Pole, consultant with the Castallo and Silky firm and has been ongoing since September 2014.á Twenty-one applications were received by the October 10 deadline, and the Board of Education interviewed five (5) candidates on December 2 and 3, 2014.á The Board identified two (2) finalists who will visit the District on January 12 and 13, 2015 for tours of the schools and interviews with five (5) stakeholder committees and the Board of Education.
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The two (2) candidates chosen are:
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Dr. Paul Berry, Superintendent of Schools at Hadley-Luzerne Central School
Mr. Patrick Brady, Superintendent of Schools at Potsdam Central School
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Dr. Berry has served in varied educational positions during his career.á He served as Director of Curriculum at Galway Central School from 2011-12, prior to becoming Superintendent at Hadley-Luzerne Central School (2012-Present).á He was Principal of the Galway Middle School (2003-11), Principal of the Peru Middle School (2001-03), and a Counselor at Northeastern Clinton from 1992-2000.
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Mr. Brady has also served in a variety of administrative and teaching roles during his career.á Prior to becoming Superintendent of the Potsdam Central School District (2005-Present), he was the Jr. High School Principal at Massena Central (2002-05), Assistant High School Principal at Massena (2000-02), and a Social Studies Teacher at Potsdam Central Schools from 1988-2000
School Consolidation Study
On October 16, 2014, Dr. Bruce Fraser presented his findings regarding consolidation of the Massena Central School District as a way to more efficiently manage school finances while maintaining the educational program for our students. áDr. Fraser, utilizing a PowerPoint presentation, summarized current research and made a recommendation to regroup students and close one school. The presentation may be viewed by clicking here.

All questions regarding this presentation should be directed to Dr. Fraser at:

btf27@cornell.edu​
Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security
Please click on the following link to read the Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security, as mandated by the NY State Education Department, in compliance with New York Education Law Section 2-d.

LINK: áParents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy
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