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Seneca Falls Central School District is a school district in Seneca Falls, New York, United States. The superintendent is Mr. Robert McKeveney.

The district operates four schools: Mynderse Academy, Seneca Falls Middle School, Elizabeth Cady Stanton School, and Frank Knight Elementary. In addition, the district houses Finger Lakes Christian School, a PreK-12 Baptist school, and formerly St. Patrick School and St. John Bosco school, a Catholic PreK-8 School.

Administration Edit

OldMynderseAcademy

Former Mynderse Academy building

The District offices are located 98 Clinton Street in Seneca Falls. The current Superintendent is Mr. Robert McKeveny[1].

Current Administrators Edit

  • Mr. Robert J. McKeveny–Superintendent
  • Mr. Robert Boulware–Business Manager
  • Ms. Rebecca Elder–Transportation Supervisor
  • Ms. Karen Kelley–Director of Buildings and Grounds
  • Mr. Scott Redding–Director of Athletics

Board of Education Edit

  • Michael Day–President
  • Melissa Baxter
  • Lori Bentley
  • Christina Ganzon
  • Susanne Hawker
  • Michael Hryzak
  • Joseph McNamara
  • Vivian Rescorl
  • Peter Wormuth

Selected Former Superintendents Edit

Previous assignment denoted in parentheses and reason for departure denoted in parentheses'

Mynderse Academy Edit

See also: Mynderse Academy

Mynderse Academy
MynderseAcademy.JPG
Mynderse Academy
Address
105 Troy Street
Information
Principal Anthony J. Ferrara
Staff 77
Faculty 42
Grades 9-12
Yearbook The Myndersian
Asst. Principal/AD Scott C. Redding
Website

Mynderse Academy is located at 105 Troy Street and serves grades 9 through 12. The current principal is Mr. Tony Ferrara, and the current assistant principal/athletic director is Mr. Scott Redding.

History Edit

Mynderse Academy was previously located at 12 North Park Street in Seneca Falls. In 1951-1952, the Seneca Falls School District began construction of the current Troy Street location, which began housing students in 1954. The Park Street building, Known as "Academy Square", the former Mynderse/Junior High building currently houses offices for several businesses and service groups.

Former principals Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

Selected former assistant principals Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. Harold C. Taylor–1931-1936 (Mathematics teacher - Mynderse Academy, resigned[11])
  • Mr. Rexford M. Roxwell–1936-1947 (Business teacher - Mynderse Academy, passed away[12])
  • Mr. John C. Fraser–1950-1954 (Instrumental music teacher - Mynderse Academy, named Principal of Seneca Falls Junior High School[13])
  • Mr. Frank A. Cooley–1958-1967 (Science teacher - Mynderse Academy, unknown)
  • Mr. Vincent Davies–1967-1969 (Industrial arts teacher - Mynderse Academy, returned to teaching)
  • Mr. Raymond H. Bullis–1970-1972 (Social Studies teacher - Mynderse Academy, retired)
  • Mr. Anthony A. Lapinsky–1972-1973 (Interim Principal - Seneca Falls Intermediate School, named Principal of South Seneca High School[14])
  • Mr. Barry M. Gould–1973-1975 (Administrative Intern - Cayuga County BOCES[15], named Principal of Cooperstown High School[8])
  • Mr. Noel H. McStay–1975-1978 (Special Education teacher - East Syracuse/Minoa High School, named Principal of Clinton Junior High School[16])
  • Mr. Rodger Lewis–1978-1979 (Administrative Intern - Weedsport High School<refname=Lewis>Bennett, L. (1978, July 18). CSEA Members Get 5% Pay Hike. Finger Lakes Times, p. 15.</ref>, named Business Administrator for the Voorheesville Central School District[17])
  • Mr. David M. Geitner–1979-1984 (Physical Education teacher - Mynderse Academy, named Principal of Mt. Morris Junior/Senior High School[18])
  • Mr. Anthony Ferrara–1984-1988 (Unknown, named Principal of Mynderse Academy)
  • Mr. Patrick R. Keefe–2002-2007 (unknown, named Assistant Principal of Hannibal High School[19])
  • Mr. W. Kevin Rhinehart–2007-2008 (Athletic Director/Dean of Students - Clyde-Savannah Junior/Senior High School, named Principal of Seneca Falls Middle School)
  • Ms. Janet L. Clendenen–2008-2009 (Special Education teacher - Mynderse Academy, named Interim Principal of Frank Knight Elementary School)

Schedule Edit

Period Number/Activity Beginning Bell End Bell
Warning Bell 7:30 7:30
Announcements 7:35 7:37
Period 1 7:37 8:17
Period 2 8:21 9:01
Period 3 9:05 9:45
Period 4 9:49 10:29
Period 5* 10:33 11:13
Period 6* 11:17 11:57
Period 7* 12:01 12:41
Period 8 12:45 1:25
Announcements 1:29 1:30
Period 9 1:29 2:10
Period 10# 2:15 3:00
Activities/Detention 3:00 4:00

*Also serves as a lunch period

#This is an academic assistance mandated for some students

Seneca Falls Middle School Edit

Seneca Falls Middle School
SenecaFallsMiddleSchool.JPG
Address
95 Troy Street
Information
Principal Wallace Kevin Rhinehart
Asst. Principal Scott Redding
Staff 118
Teaching staff 65
Grades 6-8
Website

Seneca Falls Middle School is located at 95 Troy Street and serves grades 6 through 8. The current principal is Mr. Kevin Rhinehart.

History Edit

At one point, Seneca Falls Junior High was located in the former Academy Square building. In the 1973 the Middle School was constructed as an extension onto the High School building. For several years it held grades 7-9 and Grades 5 through 8.

Selected Former Principals Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mr. John Fraser–1954-1962 (Vice Principal - Mynderse Academy, retired)
  • Mr. Peter DeBottis–1962-1968 (Assistant Principal - Seneca Falls Junior High, named Administrative Assistant to Superintendent of Schools[20])
  • Mr. Kenneth Bender–1968-1970 (Guidance Counselor - Delaware Academy and Central School, took leave of absence[21]
  • Mr. Peter DeBottis–1970-1975 (Assistant to the Superintendent - Seneca Falls Central Schools, named Principal of Mynderse Academy[21])
  • Mr. Vincent Caracillo–1975-1988 (Teacher - Seneca Falls Central Schools, named Director of Special Services[22] for Seneca Falls Central Schools)
  • Mr. Gerald Macaluso–1988 (Principal - Mynderse Academy, named Director of Secondary Education/Personnel of Auburn Enlarged City School District[6])
  • Mr. Joseph J. Keane [interim]–1988-1989 (Principal - Hamilton Elementary School, unknown)
  • Mrs. Irene Angell–1989-1995 (Vice Principal - Ithaca High School, named Principal of Frank M. Knight Elementary)
  • Mr. Robert McKeveny–1995-2008 (Principal - Frank M. Knight Elementary, named Superintendent of Seneca Falls Central School District)

Former Assistant Principals Edit

  • Mr. Peter DeBottis–1960-1962 (Eighth grade teacher - Seneca Falls Central Schools, named Principal of Seneca Falls Junior High[2])
  • Mr. Domenick Paradise–1982-1988 (Physical Education teacher - Seneca Falls Central Schools, returned to teaching)
  • Mr. Patrick Keefe–2002-2007 (unknown, named Assistant Principal of Hannibal High School[19])
  • Mr. W. K. Rhinehart–2007-2008 (Athletic Director/Dean of Students - Clyde-Savannah Junior/Senior High School, named Principal of Seneca Falls Middle School)
  • Mr. Michael C. Anderson–2008-2009 (Physical Education teacher - West Street School[23], named Physical Education teacher at North Street School)

Schedule Edit

Period Number/Activity Beginning Bell End Bell
Warning Bell 7:30 7:30
Announcements 7:35 7:37
Period 1 7:37 8:17
Period 2 8:21 9:01
Period 3 9:05 9:45
Period 4 9:49 10:29
Period 5* 10:33 11:13
Period 6* 11:17 11:57
Period 7* 12:01 12:41
Period 8 12:45 1:24
Announcements 1:24 1:25
Period 9 1:29 2:10
Period 10# 2:15 3:00
Activities/Detention 3:00 4:00

*Also serves as a lunch period

#This is an academic assistance mandated for some students

Elizabeth Cady Stanton School Edit

Elizabeth Cady Stanton School
ElizabethCadyStantonSchool.JPG
Address
38 Garden Street
Information
Principal Andrew M. Doell
Staff 47
Faculty 27
Grades 3-5
Website

Elizabeth Cady Stanton School is located at 38 Garden Street and serves approximately 300 students in grades 3 through 5[24]. The current principal is Mr. Andrew Doell.

History Edit

ECS is named after Suffrage activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who lived in Seneca Falls. The school was constructed in 1935, replacing the Third and Fourth Ward schools in the district.

The school previously housed all elementary grades, including Grades K-6. In 1982, the school switched to intermediate grades due to space issues. Since that time, the school has generally housed grades 3-5[25].

Awards Edit

In 2010, Elizabeth Cady Stanton School was awarded a National Blue Ribbon Award for an improving or high performance school[24]. It is the highest award given by the United States Department of Education.

Selected former principals Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mrs. Jessie M. Matthews–1935-1954 (Principal - Fourth Ward School, named Principal of First Ward School[26])
  • Ms. Martha Cronin–1954-1958 (Teacher - Elizabeth Cady Stanton Schoool, named Principal of Clinton Street School)
  • Mrs. Madeline C. Bolich–1958-1974 (Teacher - Elizabeth Cady Stanton School, retired)
  • Mr. James Alessio–1974-1982 (Principal - Frank Knight Elementary[27], retired[28])
  • Mr. Alan Foster–1982-1988 (Principal - Seneca Falls Intermediate School, named Principal of Frank Knight Elementary)
  • Mr. Theodore W. Novak–1988-2005 (4th Grade/Head Teacher - Cady Stanton School[29], retired)

Frank M. Knight Elementary Edit

Frank Knight Elementary
FrankKnightElementary.JPG
Address
98 Clinton Street
Information
Principal Janet Clendenen
Staff 47
Teaching staff 27
Grades K-2
Website

Frank M. Knight Elementary is located at 98 Clinton Street and serves grades K through 2. The current principal is Ms. Janet Clendenen.

History Edit

The school was built on Clinton Street in Seneca Falls, and is named for former Board of Education President Frank Knight.

The school previously housed all elementary grades, including Grades K-5. In 1982, the school switched to intermediate grades due to space issues. Since that time, the school has generally housed grades K-2, although Grade 3 has been housed in the school at times[25].

Selected former principals Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Mrs. Jessie M. Matthews–1955-1958 (Principal - Elizabeth Cady Stanton School, retired[26])
  • Ms. Martha Cronin–1958-? (Principal - Elizabeth Cady Stanton School, retired)
  • Mrs. Josephine M. Becker–?-1973 (Teacher - Frank Knight Elementary, retired[30])
  • Mr. James Alessio–1973-1982 (Principal - Seneca Falls Intermediate School, named Principal of Elizabeth Cady Stanton School[27])
  • Mr. Alan Foster–1982-1992 (Principal - Seneca Falls Intermediate School, retired)
  • Mr. Robert McKeveny–1992-1995 (5th/6th grade teacher - Warsaw Elementary School[31], named Principal of Seneca Falls Middle School)
  • Ms. Irene Angell–1995-2001 (Principal - Seneca Falls Middle School, passed away)
  • Mr. Patrick W. Wright–2001-2005 (Principal - Williamson Middle School, retired[32])
  • Ms. Michele A. Van Coppenolle–2005-2009 (Special Education teacher - Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, retired[33])

Selected former administratorsEdit

Year Superintendent FMK Principal ECS Principal Middle School
Principal
Middle School
Vice Principal
Mynderse
Principal
Mynderse
Vice Principal
1922-1923 Al Hamilton Frank Vogel
1922-1923 Al Hamilton Frank Vogel
1923-1924 Al Hamilton Frank Vogel
1924-1925 Al Hamilton Frank Vogel
1925-1926 Al Hamilton Frank Vogel
1926-1927 Al Hamilton Frank Vogel
1927-1928 Al Hamilton Frank Vogel
1928-1929 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel
1929-1930 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel
1930-1931 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel
1931-1932 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel Harry Taylor
1932-1933 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel Harry Taylor
1933-1934 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel Harry Taylor
1934-1935 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel Harry Taylor
1935-1936 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel Harry Taylor
1936-1937 Hubert Mott Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1937-1938 Hubert Mott Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1938-1939 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1938-1939 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1939-1940 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1940-1941 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1941-1942 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1942-1943 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1943-1944 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1944-1945 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1945-1946 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1946-1937 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel Rex Rockwell
1947-1948 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel
1948-1949 Frank Page Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel
1949-1950 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel
1950-1951 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel John Fraser
1951-1952 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel John Fraser
1952-1953 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel John Fraser
1953-1954 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Frank Vogel John Fraser
1954-1955 Art Baker Martha Cronin John Fraser Frank Vogel
1955-1956 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Martha Cronin John Fraser Frank Vogel
1956-1957 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Martha Cronin John Fraser Ray Ratke
1957-1958 Art Baker Jessie Matthews Martha Cronin John Fraser Ray Ratke
1958-1959 Art Baker Martha Cronin Madeline Bolich John Fraser Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1959-1960 Art Baker Martha Cronin Madeline Bolich John Fraser Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1960-1961 Art Baker Martha Cronin Madeline Bolich John Fraser Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1961-1962 Art Baker Madeline Bolich John Fraser Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1962-1963 Peter King Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1963-1964 Peter King Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1964-1965 Peter King Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1965-1966 Peter King Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1966-1967 Peter King Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Frank Cooley
1967-1968 Peter King Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Vince Davies
1968-1969 Peter King Madeline Bolich Ken Bender Ray Ratke Vince Davies
1969-1970 Peter King Josephine Becker Ken Bender Ray Ratke Henry Bullis
1970-1971 Will O'Conner Josephine Becker Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Henry Bullis
1971-1972 Will O'Conner Josephine Becker Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Ray Ratke Henry Bullis
1972-1973 Will O'Conner Josephine Becker Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Al Plouffe Tony Lapinsky
1973-1974 Will O'Conner Jim Alessio Madeline Bolich Pete DeBottis Al Plouffe Barry Gould
1974-1975 Will Phillips Jim Alessio Pete DeBottis Al Plouffe Barry Gould
1975-1976 Will Phillips Jim Alessio Vince Caracillo Pete DeBottis Noel McStay
1976-1977 Will Phillips Jim Alessio Vince Caracillo Pete DeBottis Noel McStay
1977-1978 Will Phillips Jim Alessio Vince Caracillo Pete DeBottis Noel McStay
1978-1979 Will Phillips Jim Alessio Vince Caracillo John Markell Rodger Lewis
1979-1980 Doug Zoller Jim Alessio Vince Caracillo John Markell Dave Geitner
1980-1981 Doug Zoller Jim Alessio Vince Caracillo John Markell Dave Geitner
1981-1982 Doug Zoller Jim Alessio Vince Caracillo Gerry Macaluso Dave Geitner
1982-1983 Doug Zoller Al Foster Vince Caracillo Dom Paradise Gerry Macaluso Dave Geitner
1983-1984 Doug Zoller Al Foster Vince Caracillo Dom Paradise Gerry Macaluso Dave Geitner
1984-1985 Doug Zoller Al Foster Vince Caracillo Dom Paradise Gerry Macaluso Tony Ferrara
1985-1986 Doug Zoller Al Foster Vince Caracillo Dom Paradise Gerry Macaluso Tony Ferrara
1986-1987 Doug Zoller Al Foster Vince Caracillo Dom Paradise Gerry Macaluso Tony Ferrara
1987-1988 Doug Zoller Al Foster Vince Caracillo Dom Paradise Gerry Macaluso Tony Ferrara
1988-1989 Dave Giles Al Foster Ted Novak Macaluso/Keane Tony Ferrara
1989-1990 Dave Giles Al Foster Ted Novak Irene Angell Tony Ferrara
1990-1991 Dave Giles Al Foster Ted Novak Irene Angell Tony Ferrara
1991-1992 Dave Giles Al Foster Ted Novak Irene Angell Tony Ferrara
1992-1993 Dave Giles Bob McKeveny Ted Novak Irene Angell Tony Ferrara
1993-1994 Dave Giles Bob McKeveny Ted Novak Irene Angell Tony Ferrara
1994-1995 Dave Giles Bob McKeveny Ted Novak Irene Angell Tony Ferrara
1995-1996 Ed Fisk Irene Angell Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Tony Ferrara
1996-1997 Ed Fisk Irene Angell Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Tony Ferrara
1997-1998 Ed Fisk Irene Angell Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Tony Ferrara
1998-1999 Gerry Macaluso Irene Angell Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Tony Ferrara
1999-2000 Gerry Macaluso Irene Angell Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Tony Ferrara
2000-2001 Gerry Macaluso Irene Angell Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Tony Ferrara
2001-2002 Gerry Macaluso Pat Wright Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Tony Ferrara
2002-2003 Gerry Macaluso Pat Wright Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Pat Keefe Tony Ferrara Pat Keefe
2003-2004 Gerry Macaluso Pat Wright Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Pat Keefe Tony Ferrara Pat Keefe
2004-2005 Gerry Macaluso Pat Wright Ted Novak Bob McKeveny Pat Keefe Tony Ferrara Pat Keefe
2005-2006 Gerry Macaluso M. Van Coppenolle Andy Doell Bob McKeveny Pat Keefe Tony Ferrara Pat Keefe
2006-2007 Gerry Macaluso M. Van Coppenolle Andy Doell Bob McKeveny Pat Keefe Tony Ferrara Pat Keefe
2007-2008 Gerry Macaluso M. Van Coppenolle Andy Doell Bob McKeveny Kevin Rhinehart Tony Ferrara Kevin Rhinehart
2008-2009 Bob McKeveny M. Van Coppenolle Andy Doell Kevin Rhinehart Mike Anderson Tony Ferrara Janet Clendenen
2009-2010 Bob McKeveny Janet Clendenen Andy Doell Kevin Rhinehart Scott Redding Tony Ferrara Scott Redding
2010-2011 Bob McKeveny Janet Clendenen Andy Doell Kevin Rhinehart Scott Redding Tony Ferrara Scott Redding
2011-2012 Bob McKeveny Janet Clendenen Andy Doell Kevin Rhinehart Scott Redding Tony Ferrara Scott Redding

Defunct Schools Edit

Seneca Falls Intermediate School Edit

Seneca Falls Intermediate School
OldMynderseAcademy.JPG
Former Seneca Falls Intermediate School Building
Address
12 North Park Street
Information
Closed 1982

The Seneca Falls Intermediate School was a school that housed grades 4 through 8 in Seneca Falls. It was located at the former Mynderse Acadmey building on Park Street in Seneca Falls. The school was closed in 1982 as a money-saving initative by the district[34].

Former Principals Edit

  • Mr. James Alessio–1964-1971 (Principal - Romulus Middle School, took leave of absence[35])
  • Mr. Anthony Lapinsky [interim]–1971-1972 (Band Director - Seneca Falls Intermediate[35], named Vice Principal of Mynderse Academy)
  • Dr. James Alessio–1972-1973 (Administrator On Leave - Seneca Falls Central School, named Principal of Frank Knight Elementary)
  • Mr. Donald N. Gibson–1973-1977 (Principal - Onandaga Indian School), named Superintendent of Richmondville Central School District[36])
  • Mr. Alan R. Foster–1977-1982 (Reading teacher - Seneca Falls Junior High, named Principal of Seneca Falls Elementary Schools)

Private schools Edit

Finger Lakes Christian SchoolEdit

Finger Lakes Christian School
Address
2291 State Route 89
Information
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation Baptist
Principal Rev. Scott Van Kirk
Chaplain Rev. Raymond C. Torrey
Grades PK-12
Website

Finger Lakes Christian School (FLCS) is a private Pre-K through 12th grade school in Seneca Falls. It shares the building with Calvary Chapel Seneca Falls. The current principal is Pastor Scott Van Kirk, with previous principals being Mrs. Catherine DeYoung and Ms. Sandy Carol. The school was established in 1991. The school is a ministry arm of Calvary Chapel Seneca Falls, and aims to offer an alternative to public education for Christian children. The school enrolls 60-65 students. Its admission policy is that at least one parent or guardian must be a born-again Christian. As well as the general curriculum, High School pupils attend Bible classes twice a week, and all students have devotional meetings daily with their teachers and attend a weekly Chapel service. FLCS students can choose from interscholastic soccer, basketball and volleyball, music programs, drama, shop and Home Economics.

History Edit

FLCS was formed in 1991, and is housed in the Calvary Chapel (then 1st Baptist Church) building, where Sunday School classes were typically held. The school was primarily a single hallway with classrooms, with the southern part of the building ending in the Church, which also served as a gymnasium and cafeteria. The northern end of the building contained additional classrooms, the main office, and a small chapel. In 2001, construction began on an eastern wing, taking out the library and old kitchen, which housed junior high classrooms and a new cafeteria. A regular sized gymnasium was added to the northern wing of the building for athletics and physical education classes. The southern sanctuary serves as a full-time church.

Former principals Edit
  • Ms. Sandra Carol–1991-1997
  • Mrs. Catherine A. DeYoung–1997-2003

Links Edit

St. Patrick's School/St John Bosco Edit

St. Patrick's School
St. John Bosco School (2005-2007)
StJohnBoscoSchool.JPG
Address
81 Bayard Street
Information
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) Saint Patrick
Opened 1879
Closed 2007
Oversight Diocese of Rochester
Grades PK-8

St. Patrick's School was an outreach of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, located on 81 East Bayard Street. The school was constructed in 1879 and received an addition in 1951. In addition to twelve classrooms, the school contained a library, a gymnasium, and a liturgy office[37] The school closed in 2005 after suffering severe financial difficulties.

St. John Bosco School was a private Catholic Pre-K-Grade 8 school located at the former site of St Patrick's. The school was formed by the merger in 2005 of St. Mary's School in nearby Waterloo and St. Patrick's School in Seneca Falls. After two years, however, the new school was closed due to decreased enrollment caused by rumors of the school's potential closing. The building is now used as offices by the Town of Seneca Falls[38]

Selected Former St. Patrick's Principals Edit

St. John Bosco Principal Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

References Edit

  1. McKeveny, R. L. (2010, September). A Message From Our Superintendent. Retrieved October 30, 2010, from Seneca Falls Central School.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Meet some new educators in area. (1970, September 23). The Geneva Times, p. 7.
  3. Giles to take Seneca Falls post. (1987, March 21). Utica Observer, p. 3.
  4. (2000, January 1). TRANSITIONS The Free Library. (2000). Retrieved January 05, 2011 from http://www.thefreelibrary.com/TRANSITIONS.-a077204618
  5. Transitions. (1995). School Administrator .
  6. 6.0 6.1 Gillon, K. (2009, October). New DeSales Principal. The Salesian , p. 2.
  7. Rybczak, K. (2008, August 28). Naples hires interim schools chief. The Daily Messenger .
  8. 8.0 8.1 Scharf, C. (1975, August 12). Debottis Named Junior-Senior Principal. The Geneva Times, p. 18.
  9. District Principal Replaced. (1975, July 21). Watertown Daily Times, p. 8.
  10. Bennett, L. (1978, March 21). Horseheads Resident Mynderse Principal. Finger Lakes Times, p. 11.
  11. Seneca Falls Personals. (1935, June 25). Geneva Daily Times, p. 2.
  12. Death Takes Seneca Falls School Aide. (1947, September 30). Rochester Democrat & Chronicle.
  13. First Phelps Band Leader Spring Concert Conductor. (1962, May 10). The Geneva Times, p. 10.
  14. S. Seneca Names New Principal. (1973, April 11). The Geneva Times, p. 10.
  15. Gould Named Principal. (1975, June 24). The Citizen, p. 15.
  16. Administrator Named Principal. (1978, January 11). Clinton Courier, p. 2.
  17. Lancaster, B. (1979, July 10). School Board Head Gets Re-Elected. Finger Lakes Times, p. 9.
  18. Auble, J. (1990, November 6). David M. Geitner, Hilton A.D., Dies of Cancer. Suburban News, p. 20.
  19. 19.0 19.1 Reome, N. (2008, May 29). Board Names New Principal For Kenney Middle School. Oswego County Today .
  20. Principal named. (1968, August 31). The Geneva Times, p. 11.
  21. 21.0 21.1 Wilson, C. (1970, April 15). Preliminary budget reviewed. The Geneva Times, p. 17.
  22. Toombs, M. (1988, March 22). Mynderse Principal To Lead Middle School; Other Changes Listed. Finger Lakes Times, p. 10.
  23. Myers, G. D. (2008). MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING. Geneva: Geneva City School District.
  24. 24.0 24.1 Carroll, S. (2010, September 9). 3 Local Blue Ribbon Schools.
  25. 25.0 25.1 '82 Busy Year For Falls. (1982). The Citizen.
  26. 26.0 26.1 Mrs. Matthews, retired principal, teacher, dies. (1980, August 8). Finger Lakes Times, p. 8.
  27. 27.0 27.1 Seneca Falls Schools Open Doors September 4. (1974, August 26). The Geneva Times, p. 13.
  28. Rosenberry, J. (1982, April 22). Taxes up, Staff Down In Falls School Budget. Finger Lakes Times, p. 9.
  29. Rosenberry, J. (1981, January 13). 5 of 9 board members to be elected. Finger Lakes Times, p. 11.
  30. Falls Principal Retires. (1973, May 15). The Geneva Times, p. 21.
  31. Clark, S. C. (2009, August 9). SF school boss gives notice. Finger Lakes Times.
  32. Newsday Interactive. (2009). Wright. Retrieved September 19, 2010, from Newsday Interactive: "Wright"
  33. Porter, S. C. (2009, April 9). SF school board adopts $24.4M budget. Finger Lakes Times.
  34. Rosenberry, J. (1982, June 29). Moving Brings Mixed Emotions. Finger Lakes Times, p. 15.
  35. 35.0 35.1 Seneca Falls School Boards Names Lipinsky Acting Principal. (1971, May 17). The Citizen, p. 9.
  36. Bennett, L. (1977, December 13). Falls Elementary Principal Resigns. Finger Lakes Times, p. 16.
  37. Diocese of Rochester. (2002, May 10). St. Patrick School- Seneca Falls, NY. Retrieved October 30, 2010, from Catholic Schools Of The Finger Lakes.
  38. Burke, J. (2009, January 6). Town leases former Seneca Falls school. The Catholic Courier .
  39. 39.0 39.1 Pittman, B. (1986, June 6). Border City School Chief Leaves Post. Finger Lakes Times, p. 13.
  40. Burke, J. (2005, September 7).Area schools welcome new leaders. The Catholic Courier.

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