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Waterloo Central School District is a school district in Waterloo, New York, United States. The superintendent is Terry MacNabb.

The district operates five schools: Waterloo High School, Waterloo Middle School, LaFayette Intermediate School, Skoi-Yase Primary School, and Main Street Multi-Age. In addition, the district formerly housed St. Mary's School, a PreK-8 Catholic school that closed in 2005.

AdministrationEdit

The District Offices are located at 109 Washington Street. The current Superintendent is Mr. Terry MacNabb.

Current AdministrationEdit

  • Mr. Terry S. MacNabb–Superintendent
  • Dr. Jonathan A. Nicoletti–Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum Development
  • Ms. Joanne Slauson–School Business Administrator
  • Mrs. Lynne Baker-Osserman–Director of Special Education
  • Mr. Mark Socola–District Treasurer
  • Mr. Henry Landschoot–District Technology Coordinator
  • Mr. Jeffrey Mochan–Director of Buildings and Grounds
  • Ms. Eileen Temple–Director of Transportation
  • Sgt. Rodney Kraft–District Resource Officer

Board of educationEdit

Last year of term denoted in parentheses

  • Ms. Kathleen Oldfield–President (2012)
  • Mr. Michael Pfieffer–Vice President (2010)
  • Mrs. Vicki Bauder-Rivet (2011)
  • Mr. John Butlak (2010)
  • Mr. Dominic Christopher (2012)
  • Mr. David Jodeit (2009)
  • Mrs. Kathleen Mitchell (2011)
  • Mrs. Terri Reese (2011)
  • Mr. James Spina (2011)[1]

HistoryEdit

Waterloo's school district began as individual schools located around the town's wards. Many of the schools were based in one-room schoolhouses, and totaled in 23 students. Following the advice of Waterloo Supervising Principal Albert Brown, voters approved the centralization of schools by a margin of 435 to 68 votes. All public schools from Waterloo and the nearby villages Seneca Falls, Tyre, Fayette, and Junius were brought in to the Waterloo Central district. The Central School was located at 202 West Main Street until enrollment caused the school to expand to other campuses. Until these buildings were completed, schools located at 5 East River Street and on Mill Street in Waterloo served as additional school buildings[2].

Former Superintendents of Waterloo Central SchoolEdit

Note: from 1939-1955, the position was named "Supervising Principal." Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted within parentheses

Waterloo High schoolEdit

Waterloo High School
SDC10405
Waterloo High School (2006-present campus)
Striving For Excellence
Address
96 Stark Street
Information
Principal Jeramy Clingerman
Vice principal Vincent Vitale
Staff 75
Faculty 47
Grades 9-12
Rival Mynderse Academy
Newspaper The Tribune
Yearbook Skoi-Yase
Website

Waterloo High School is located at 96 Stark Street and serves grades 9 through 12. The current principal is Mr. Jeramy M. Clingerman, and the current assistant principal is Mr. Vincent G. Vitale.

HistoryEdit

Waterloo High School was originally known as "Waterloo Central School" and located on 202 West Main Street. In 1957, construction began on a new senior high school that was completed in time for the 1961 school year. Immediately, grades 9-12 began to be housed at the new building located on Center Street, while grades 7-8 remained on Main Street. Starting in 1966, the ninth grade was housed at Main Street until renovations could be made to the high school building to increase capacity[2]. The Center Street building remained home to the high school until January 2006, when the school was moved into the brand new location on Stark Street.

Former Principals Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted within parentheses

Former Assistant Principals Edit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted within parentheses

  • Mr. Claude C. Doxtator–1945-1948 (Agricultural instructor - Waterloo High School, named Principal of Waterloo High School[2])
  • Mr. Allen Contant–1955-1960 (Business Instructor - Waterloo High School, named Principal of Waterloo High School[2]
  • Mr. Richard O. Byndas–1973-1984 (Science instructor - Waterloo High School, named Principal of Waterloo Middle School[2])
  • Mr. Michael Giovannini [interim]–1984 (Social Studies instructor - Waterloo Middle School, returned to teaching[11])
  • Mr. Edward F. Bishop–1984-1988 (Social Studies instructor - Waterloo Middle School, named Principal of Byron-Bergen High School[2])
  • Mr. Joseph A. Sposato–1988-1989 (Math instructor - Waterloo High School, resigned[2])
  • Mr. Michael E. Simon–1989-1994 (Assistant Principal - Williamson High School[2], named Principal of Waterloo Middle School)
  • Mr. Daniel E. Skinner–1994-1998 (Social Studies instructor - Waterloo High School, retired[12])
  • Mr. Michael J. Ferrara–1998-2001 (Assistant Principal - Geneva High School, named Principal of Waterloo Middle School[2])
  • Mr. John Butler–2001-2004 (Assistant Principal - Waterloo Middle School[2], named Principal of Waterloo High School)
  • Mr. Tad R. Rounds–2004-2006 (Assistant Principal - Waterloo Middle School, named Principal of Hammondsport Junior/Senior High School)
  • Mr. Jeramy M. Clingerman–2006-2009 (Social Studies instructor - Waterloo Middle School, named Principal of Waterloo High School)

ScheduleEdit

Waterloo Main Street School Front

The Waterloo High School campus (1929-1961)

WHS4

The Waterloo High School campus (1961-2006)

Period Number/Activity Beginning Bell End Bell
Warning Bell 7:38 7:38
Announcements 7:40 7:44
Period 1 7:40 8:57
Period 2 9:02 10:19
Advisory 10:24 10:51
Period 3 10:56 12:43
Lunch 1 10:54 11:24
Per. 3-Class 1 11:29 12:43
Lunch 2 11:32 12:02
Per. 3-Class 2 10:56
12:05
11:32
12:43
Lunch 3 12:13 12:43
Per. 3-Class 3 10:56 12:10
Period 4 12:48 2:05
Announcements/Dismissal 2:00 2:05
Academic Achievement 2:10 2:50
Detention 2:10 2:50
Activities 2:10 2:50
Late Detention 2:10 4:00


Waterloo Middle schoolEdit

Waterloo Middle School
WHS4
Academics and Character Together - "A Class Act"
Address
65 Center Street
Information
Principal Michael Ferrara
Asst. Principal Susan L. Burgess
Staff 70
Faculty 41
Grades 6-8
Website

Waterloo Middle School is located at 65 Center Street and serves grades 6 through 8. The current principal is Mr. Michael Ferrara, and the current assistant principal is Mrs. Susan Burgess. Waterloo Middle School was awarded the first National School of Character Award in 2008[13].

HistoryEdit

Waterloo Middle School was part of the Waterloo Central School until 1961, when the senior high grades moved to Center Street, and grades 7-8 remained at the Junior High building at 202 West Main Street. Grade 6 would become part of the Middle School after the 1980s. In the fall of 2006, Waterloo Middle School moved to the former High School on Center Street and isnow adjacent to the new High School building.

Former principalsEdit

Previous assignment denoted within parentheses

  • Mr. Charles Williamson–1951–1969 (Teacher - Waterloo Central School, resigned[2])
  • Mr. Edward M. Boudreau–1969-1984 (Guidance Counselor - Waterloo Middle School, named Principal of Waterloo High School[2])
  • Mr. Richard Byndas–1984-1994 (Vice Principal - Waterloo High School, named Transition Coordinator of Border City School[2])
  • Mr. Michael Simon–1994-1997 (Vice Principal - Waterloo High School, named Principal of Geneva High School[2])
  • Mr. Kenneth P. Foster–1997-2001 (Instrumental Music instructor - Waterloo Middle School, named Principal of Naples Junior/Senior High School[14])

Selected former assistant principalsEdit

Previous assignment denoted within parentheses

  • Mr. John Butler–1999–2001 (unknown, named Vice Principal of Waterloo High School[2])
  • Mrs. Mary Bennett–2001–2002
  • Mr. Tad Rounds–2002-2004 (Social Studies instructor - Waterloo High School, named Vice Principal of Waterloo High School)
  • Mrs. Babette McCulloch–2004-2005 (Physical Education instructor - Waterloo High School, returned to duties at WHS)

SchedulingEdit

Waterloo Main Street School Front

The Waterloo Middle School campus (1929-2006)

Period Number/Activity Beginning Bell End Bell
Warning Bell 7:38 7:38
Announcements 7:40 7:44
Period 1 7:40 8:57
Period 2 9:02 10:19
Advisory 10:24 10:51
Period 3 10:56 12:43
Lunch 1 10:56 11:26
Per. 3-Class 1 11:26 12:43
Lunch 2 11:34 12:04
Per. 3-Class 2 10:56
12:04
11:34
12:43
Lunch 3 12:13 12:43
Per. 3-Class 3 10:56 12:13
Period 4 12:48 2:10
Announcements/Dismissal 2:10 2:15
Academic Assistance 2:15 2:55

Lafayette IntermediateEdit

LaFayette Intermediate School
LafayetteSchoolWaterlooNY
"Working Together as a Team to be People of Good Character!"
Address
71 Inslee Street
Information
Principal Sarah J. Covert-Everts
Staff 57
Grades 3-5
Website

Lafayette Intermediate School is located at 71 Inslee Street and serves grades 3 through 5. The current principal is Dr. Sarah Everts.

HistoryEdit

LaFayette was built in 1951 and served Grades K-6 for students in the northern half of the canal district in Waterloo. In the 1980s, the school's grades changed to meet enrollment demands, now offering Grades 4-6 for all students, and eventually shifting to grades 3-5.

The building originally held two stories. In 2000, another wing on the western side of the school was constructed to build a new gymnasium and four new classrooms. The current layout of the school has the third and fourth grades as well as art classes on the second floor, while the fifth grade, library, music classrooms, and computer labs are also located on the main wing of the first floor.

The school has been recognized as a High Performing/Closing Gap School by New York State for several years[15].

Former principalsEdit

Previous assignment denoted within parentheses

Schedule Edit

Period Beginning Bell Ending Bell
Breakfast 8:55
Arrival 9:00
Morning Program
(Mondays Only)
9:00 9:50
Morning Work 9:00 9:30
Dismissal 3:20

Skoi-Yase PrimaryEdit

Skoi-Yase Primary School
SkoiYaseSchoolWaterlooNY
"Ready, Set, Grow"
Address
65 Fayette Street
Information
Principal Elizabeth B. Springer
Staff 62
Grades K-2
Website

Skoi-Yase School is located at 65 Fayette Street and serves grades K-2. The current principal is Mrs. Elizabeth Springer.

HistoryEdit

Skoi-Yase's construction was completed in 1953 and served grades 1-5 for Waterloo students located in the southern half of Waterloo's canal district. In the 1980s, the school changed to serve grades K through 2 for all Waterloo students. Originally, the building contained of a two story southern wing, and a western wing. The first floor of the southern wing contained the main office, gymnasium, art and music classrooms, library, and some kindergarten classrooms. The western wing contained more kindergarten classrooms, first grade classrooms, a large play room and a computer lab. The second floor held the entire second grade.

In 2000, a new wing was created off of the first floor of the southern wing. This wing contained kindergarten and first grade classrooms and a new gymnasium.

Former PrincipalsEdit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted within parentheses

  • Mr. George Pike–1953-1955 (Elementary administrator - Waterloo Central School District, resigned[2])
  • Mr. Charles L. Battaglia–1955-1988 (6th grade teacher - Skoi-Yase School[2], retired[17])
  • Mrs. Nancy B. Milliman–1988-2001 (Teacher - Skoi-Yase School[2], retired[18])

Main Street ElementaryEdit

Main Street Elementary
Waterloo Main Street School Front
"Children First"
Address
202 West Main Street
Information
Principal Wendy Doyle
Staff 26
Grades K-5
Website
WCS6

Border City School Campus (1995-2006)

Main Street Elementary is a multi-age school located at 202 West Main Street and serves Grades K-5. The current principal is Mrs. Wendy Doyle. The school differs from LaFayette and Skoi Yase in that grades are instead known as "levels" in which students are placed based on their cognitive development.

HistoryEdit

The school was formerly known as Border City Multi-Age School and was located on 125 Border City Road in Border City, New York, a small region connecting Waterloo and Geneva, New York. It was annexed by the Waterloo School District in 1994. Before being integrated into Waterloo, the school was known as the Border City Union Free School and served nearby students living in the Border City region. It moved to its current Main Street location, previously the Middle School campus, in 2006.

The former Border City campus was sold by the Waterloo district is now used as headquarters for God's Church of Revealed Truth.

Former PrincipalEdit

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted within parentheses

  • Mr. Richard Byndas–1995-1996 (Principal - Waterloo Middle School[2], retired[19])

AdministratorsEdit

Year Superintendent Skoi-Yase
Principal
LaFayette
Principal
Border City
Main Street
Principal
Middle School
Principal
Middle School
Asst. Principal
High School
Principal
High School
Asst. Principal
1939-1940 Al Brown
1940-1941 Al Brown
1941-1942 Al Brown
1942-1943 Al Brown
1943-1944 Al Brown
1944-1945 Al Brown
1945-1946 Al Brown Claude Doxtator
1946-1947 Al Brown Claude Doxtator
1947-1948 Al Brown Claude Doxtator
1948-1949 Al Brown Claude Doxtator
1949-1950 Al Brown Claude Doxtator
1950-1951 Al Brown Claude Doxtator
1951-1952 Al Brown Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Claude Doxtator
1952-1953 Al Brown Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Claude Doxtator
1953-1954 Al Brown George Pike Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Claude Doxtator
1954-1955 Al Brown George Pike Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Claude Doxtator
1955-1956 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson John Gee Allen Contant
1956-1957 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson John Gee Al Contant
1957-1958 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson John Gee Al Contant
1958-1959 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson John Gee Al Contant
1959-1960 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson John Gee Al Contant
1960-1961 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1961-1962 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1962-1963 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1963-1964 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1964-1965 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1965-1966 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1966-1967 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1967-1968 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1968-1969 Claude Doxtator Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Chuck Williamson Al Contant
1969-1970 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Leatha McGuane Ed Boudreau Al Contant
1970-1971 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Pete Burke Ed Boudreau Al Contant
1971-1972 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Pete Burke Ed Boudreau Al Contant
1972-1973 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Pete Burke Ed Boudreau Al Contant
1973-1974 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Pete Burke Ed Boudreau Al Contant Rich Byndas
1974-1975 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Pete Burke Ed Boudreau Al Contant Rich Byndas
1975-1976 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Pete Burke Ed Boudreau Al Contant Rich Byndas
1976-1977 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Pete Burke Ed Boudreau Al Contant Rich Byndas
1977-1978 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Burke/McClure Ed Boudreau Al Contant Rich Byndas
1978-1979 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Ed Boudreau Al Contant Rich Byndas
1979-1980 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Ed Boudreau Al Contant Rich Byndas
1980-1981 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Ed Boudreau Milt Tesar Rich Byndas
1981-1982 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Ed Boudreau Milt Tesar Rich Byndas
1982-1983 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Ed Boudreau Milt Tesar Rich Byndas
1983-1984 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Ed Boudreau Milt Tesar Rich Byndas
1984-1985 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Rich Byndas Ed Boudreau Giovanni/Bishop
1985-1986 Rich Conover Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Rich Byndas Ed Boudreau Ed Bishop
1986-1987 Mike Hunsinger Chuck Battaglia Hermia McClure Rich Byndas Ed Boudreau Ed Bishop
1987-1988 Mike Hunsinger Chuck Battaglia McClure/Emerson Rich Byndas Ed Boudreau Ed Bishop
1988-1989 Mike Hunsinger Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Rich Byndas Vince Hemmer Joe Sposato
1989-1990 Mike Hunsinger Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Rich Byndas Vince Hemmer Mike Simon
1990-1991 Mike Hunsinger Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Rich Byndas Vince Hemmer Mike Simon
1991-1992 Mike Hunsinger Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Rich Byndas Vince Hemmer Mike Simon
1992-1993 Mike Hunsinger Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Rich Byndas Vince Hemmer Mike Simon
1993-1994 Mike Hunsinger Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Rich Byndas Vince Hemmer Mike Simon
1994-1995 Pete Burke Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Mike Simon Vince Hemmer Dan Skinner
1995-1996 Pete Burke Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Rich Byndas Mike Simon Vince Hemmer Dan Skinner
1996-1997 Pete Burke Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Wendy Doyle Mike Simon Al Bilofsky Dan Skinner
1997-1998 Randy Bos Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Wendy Doyle Ken Foster Al Bilofsky Dan Skinner
1998-1999 Randy Bos Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Wendy Doyle Ken Foster Ed Maguire Mike Ferrara
1999-2000 Randy Bos Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Wendy Doyle Ken Foster John Butler Ed Maguire Mike Ferrara
2000-2001 Randy Bos Nancy Milliman Carol Emerson Wendy Doyle Ken Foster John Butler Ed Maguire Mike Ferrara
2001-2002 Randy Bos Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Mary Bennett Ed Maguire John Butler
2002-2003 Randy Bos Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Tad Rounds Mike Richter John Butler
2003-2004 Randy Bos Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Tad Rounds Mike Richter John Butler
2004-2005 Randy Bos Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara B. McCulloch John Butler Tad Rounds
2005-2006 Tracy Flach Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Sue Burgess John Butler Tad Rounds
2006-2007 Terry MacNabb Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Sue Burgess John Butler Jerry Clingerman
2007-2008 Terry MacNabb Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Sue Burgess John Butler Jerry Clingerman
2008-2009 Terry MacNabb Liz Springer Sally Covert Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Sue Burgess John Butler Jerry Clingerman
2009-2010 Terry MacNabb Liz Springer Sally Everts Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Sue Burgess Jerry Clingerman Vince Vitale
2010-2011 Terry MacNabb Liz Springer Sally Everts Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Sue Burgess Jerry Clingerman Vince Vitale
2011-2012 Terry MacNabb Liz Springer Sally Everts Wendy Doyle Mike Ferrara Sue Burgess Jerry Clingerman Vince Vitale

St. Mary's SchoolEdit

St Mary's School
StMarySchoolWaterlooNY
Address
35 Center Street
Information
Type Private school, Coeducational
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) Blessed Virgin Mary
Opened c. 19th century
Closed 2005
Oversight Diocese of Rochester
Grades PK-8
Mascot Saints

St. Mary's School was a Roman Catholic elementary and primary school located at 35 Center Street in Waterloo. Primarily serving grades PreK-8, the school was closed in 2005 and was merged into St. John Bosco School in Seneca Falls.

The school was founded in the late 19th century, and in 1904, the Sisters of St. Joseph began to teach in the school, with the enrollment around 100 pupils. In 1910, the main school building was completed, and classes began in January of the next year. An addition was completed in 1960[20]. For many years, the school served as a feeder school to DeSales High School and Waterloo High. The final few years of the school's existence saw a mysterious enrollment drop and the a tightened budget. After many years of rumors, the Diocese of Rochester announced that the school would close following the 2004-2005 school year. It became part of a new school in the Seneca Falls Central School District, Saint John Bosco School, that was based out of the building that formerly housed Saint Patrick's School in Seneca Falls.

The former St. Mary's building is currently being used by St. Mary's parish as the headquarters of its religious education center and houses its religion classes within the building, as well as for other community service events.

Selected Former PrincipalsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  14. Naples hires new principal. (2001, June 23). Messenger Post.
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