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North Street School
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Address
400 West North Street
Information
Principal Arlene F. McDermott
Vice principal Scott J. Donnelly
Staff 106
Teaching staff 55
Grades 3-5
Website

North Street School is located at 400 West North Street and serves grades 3 through 5. The current principal is Mrs. Arlene McDermott, and the current assistant principal is Mr. Scott Donnelly.

HistoryEdit

The school originally housed Grades K through 5 for students who lived within the area close to the school. In 2008-2009, the school began to transition to a school for grades 3 through 5, switching faculty and administrators.

Selected former principalsEdit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Ms. Jessie M. King–1933-1937 (Principal - Cortland Street School, retired)
  • Mr. Leonard Bowler–1937-1948 (Principal - Geneva Junior School, named Principal of Geneva Junior High School[1])
  • Mrs. Marjorie C. Hucker–1948-1965 (Principal - Prospect Street School, named Principal of West Street School[1])
  • Mr. George J. Abraham–1965-1966 (Principal - West School School[2], named Director of Educational Services for Geneva City Schools)
  • Mr. Angelo T. Capizzi–1966-1968 (Elementary teacher - Geneva City schools, named Principal of Prospect Avenue School[3])
  • Ms. Mary E. Luckern–1968-1997[4] (Second grade teacher - West Street School[5], retired[6])
  • Mr. Daryl Thomas Scherer–1997-2003 (Assistant Principal - Geneva Middle School, retired[7])
  • Mrs. Nina W. McCarthy–2003-2009 (Assistant Principal - North Street School, named Principal of West Street School)

Selected former assistant principalsEdit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 These Faces Will Be Missing from Geneva Schools. (1966, January 19). The Geneva Times , p. 3.
  2. Principals to Trade Posts In The Fall. (1965, April 9). Geneva Daily Times , p. 5.
  3. Pittman, B. (1985, June 19). Teacher - no regrets after career switch. The Finger Lakes Times , p. 19.
  4. LaRocca, A. (2004) NAME OF RETIREE. Retrieved September 25, 2010, from Geneva City School District.
  5. Pittman, B. (1988, June 10). 'I Love To See Children Progress'. The Finger Lakes Times , p. 15.
  6. Newsday Interactive. (2009). Luckern. Retrieved September 25, 2010, from Newsday Interactive.
  7. Newsday Interactive. (2009). Scherer. Retrieved September 25, 2010, from Newsday Interactive.
  8. Frishman, R. (1977, August 2). Assistant principal accepts new position. Finger Lakes Times , p. 7.
  9. Frishman, R. (1977, August 26). District names new assistant principal. The Finger Lakes Times, p. 7.
  10. Lavin, C. (1979, January 9). Funds shifted to pay architect. The Finger Lakes Times, p. 7.
  11. Myers, G. D. (2010). MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION GENEVA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT (p. 28). Geneva: Geneva City School District.)

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