Congratulations to all those who retired this school year. Thank you for your contribution to the success of our agency. Best wishes to all and we hope you enjoyed the first agency-wide Retiree Reception.
If you know an individual or organization that has made a significant contribution to education, now is the time to honor their efforts. Nominations are due by Monday, November 7 to be considered for the 2023 award.
Laura Vega has been appointed as Principal of LIHSA, she will ensure that the school continues to provide world-class industry experience to its students through exciting learning opportunities with a faculty of industry professionals and a full roster of professional artists in residence.
Thomas McGrath has been promoted to the position of Assistant to the Superintendent for HR, and RSIP, at Nassau BOCES. In this new position, he will continue to manage the daily operations of the Department of Human Resources, where he has served as Executive Director during the past year. He will also provide oversight to other vital agency programs including the Department of Regional Schools and Instructional Programs.
If your idea of the perfect office includes being surrounded by pine and oak trees, a beautiful seashore, or a nature preserve with the blue sky as your ceiling, then working as a Naturalist for the Nassau BOCES Outdoor and Environmental Education Program may be the job for you.
Dr. William Poll has been promoted to the position of Associate Principal of Barry Tech. He will continue with all aspects of his previous role, while working even more closely with the principal, administration and staff.
Nassau BOCES has welcomed Sabrina Caminero as the new Assistant Principal of Career Prep High School. She will collaborate with the principal in the management of daily operations, as well as the implementation of the school’s instructional program, while helping to maintain and expand career and technical education.
Jeannine Stutz has been named Principal of CCA. In this capacity, she will oversee the center’s vital programs, designed to meet the unique needs of students who are emotionally, behaviorally and developmentally challenged to mild and moderate degrees.