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Geneva Middle School
Geneva Middle School 2011.JPG
Address
101 Carter Road
Information
Principal Carmine L. Calabria
Vice principal Kevin E. Fairben
Dean of Students Daniel P. Feldman
Staff 118
Teaching staff 65
Grades 6-8
Resource Officer Jeffrey C. Kayser
Website

Geneva Middle School is a middle school that serves the Geneva City School District. It is located at 101 Carter Road and serves grades 6 through 8. The current principal is Mr. Carmine Calabria, and the current assistant principal is Mr. Kevin Fairben.

HistoryEdit

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The East Side of Geneva Middle School.

The Middle School began on what is now North Street School on West North Street in Geneva[1]. In 1981, the school moved to the former high school on 63 Pulteney Street before the 2004 school year. At that time, it moved to the campus adjacent to the High School.

Selected Former PrincipalsEdit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. Theodore L.R. Morgan–1926-1930 (unknown, named Principal of East Rochester High School[2])
  • Mr. C. Leonard Bowler–1930-1955 (Mathematics teacher - Geneva High School, retired)
  • Dr. Edward R. Cuony–1955-1966 (Guidance Counselor - Geneva High School, named Assistant Professor of Hobart & William Smith College)
  • Mr. Lee E. Thomas–1966-1968 (Principal - Marcellus High School[3], named Assistant Superintendent of Geneva City Schools[4])
  • Mr. Vincent J. Scalise–1968-1971 (Assistant Principal - Geneva Middle School[3], named Principal of Geneva High School)
  • Mr. Duane H. DaBoll–1971-1974 (Vice Principal - Webster Junior High School, not recommended for tenure[5])
  • Mr. Lawrence E. Ludd–1974-1978 (Principal - North-Rose Wolcott Middle School[6], named Principal of Merton Williams Middle School)
  • Dr. Salvatore F. Scaglione–1978-1991 (Principal - Batchelor Middle School[7], retired)
  • Mrs. Ann I. Goldfarb–1991?-2001 (unknown, placed on special assignment)
  • Mr. John M. Natti [interim]–2001-2003 (Assistant Principal - Geneva Middle School, returned to assistant principal duties)
  • Mrs. Ann Golfarb–2003-2007 (Administrator on Special Assignment - Geneva City School District, retired[8])

Selected Former Assistant PrincipalsEdit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. Andrew T. Power–1931-1944 (Industrial Arts teacher - Geneva Junior School, named Vice Principal of Bloomfield High School)
  • Ms. Laura Wellman–?-1967 (Unknown, named Guidance Counselor of Geneva High School[9]
  • Mr. Vincent Scalise–1967-1968 (Federal Projects Director - Geneva City Schools[9], named Principal of Geneva Junior High School[3])
  • Mr. Raymond R. Gagnon–1969-1986 (Science teacher - Geneva Junior High School[10], retired[11])
  • Mr. Edward M. Wright–1986-1988 (6th Grade Teacher - Geneva City Schools[11], named Principal of Ithaca Central Elementary School[12])
  • Mr. Daryl T. Scherer–1988-? (Administrative Intern - Penn Yan Middle School[12], named Principal of Perkins Elementary School)
  • Mr. John Natti–?-2001 (unknown, named Interim Principal of Geneva Middle School)
  • Mrs. Karen C. Simon–2001-2003 (Assistant to the Superintendent - Geneva City School District[13], named Principal of Southern Cayuga Middle School)
  • Mr. John Natti–2003-2007 (Interim Principal - Geneva Middle School, retired[14])
  • Mr. John O. Arthur–2007-2010 (Science teacher - Geneva Middle School, named Assistant Principal of Canandaigua Middle School[15])

SchedulingEdit

Period Number/Activity Beginning Bell End Bell
Breakfast/Doors Open 7:45 8:10
Halls Open 8:10 8:15
Period 1 8:15 8:59
Period 2 9:02 9:46
Period 3 9:49 10:33
Period 4 10:36 11:20
Lunch (Grade 6) 11:23 11:53
Period 5 (Grade 7 & 8) 11:23 12:07
Period 5 (Grade 6) 11:56 12:40
Period 6 (Grade 7 & 8) 12:10 12:54
Period 6 (Grade 6) 12:43 1:27
Lunch (Grade 7 & 8) 12:57 1:27
Period 7 1:30 2:14
Announcements 2:17 Varies
Period 8 2:17 3:01
Assistance/Detention 3:05 3:25

AdministratorsEdit

Year Superintendent Principal Asst. Principal Dean of Students
1999-2000 George Kiley Ann Goldfarb John Natti
2000-2001 Joe Stoner Ann Goldfarb John Natti
2001-2002 Joe Stoner John Natti Karen Simon
2002-2003 Joe Stoner John Natti Karen Simon
2003-2004 Joe Stoner Ann Goldfarb John Natti
2004-2005 Larry Pedersen Ann Goldfarb John Natti Dan Feldman
2005-2006 Bob Young Ann Goldfarb John Natti Dan Feldman
2006-2007 Bob Young Ann Goldfarb John Natti Dan Feldman
2007-2008 Bob Young Carmine Calabria John Arthur Dan Feldman
2008-2009 Bob Young Carmine Calabria John Arthur Dan Feldman
2009-2010 Bob Young Carmine Calabria John Arthur Dan Feldman
2010-2011 Bob Young Carmine Calabria Kevin Fairben Dan Feldman

References Edit

  1. Renovations. (1981, April 3). The Finger Lakes Times , p. 1981.
  2. Junior School Commencement June 20th. (1930, June 12). Geneva Daily Times , p. 14.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Faculty Changes? Geneva Has More Than 35. (1966, August 17). Geneva Daily Times , p. 5A.
  4. Jennings, E. (1968, December 3). School board names Thomas assistant superintendent. The Geneva Times , p. 3.
  5. Elder, R. (1974, March 21). Daboll leaving junior high post. The Geneva Times , p. 6.
  6. Elder, R. (1974, October 21). Aggressive and outgoing, Ludd believes in 'pizazz'. The Geneva Times , p. 5.
  7. Casey, H. (1978, December 20). Parents and teachers should work together. Finger Lakes Times , p. 7.
  8. Newsday Interactive. (2009). Goldfarb. Retrieved September 25, 2010, from Newsday Interactive.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Jones, J. (1967, April 18). Educators Shift Guidance Staff. The Geneva Times , p. 3.
  10. Pittman, B. (1985, June 19). Disciplinarian says 'Enough is Enough'. The Finger Lakes Times , p. 19.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Pittman, B. (1986, April 15). First black school administrator named. The Finger Lakes Times , p. 15.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Pittman, B. (1988, August 10). Board names Geneva man assistant school principal. Finger Lakes Times , p. 7.
  13. Simon, K. (2003, December). MSPrinKSimonProfile. Aurora, New York, USA.
  14. Newsday Interactive. (2009). Natti. Retrieved September 25, 2010, from Newsday Interactive.
  15. FingerLakes1. (2010, June 30). Six Administrators Leaving Geneva School District. Retrieved September 25, 2010, from FingerLakes1.

External links Edit

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