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Don’t forget! School is in session April 17

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Just a reminder that school will be in session for Cazenovia Central Schools on Thursday, April 17 — which originally was scheduled to be the first day of spring recess.

Because Cazenovia exhausted its allotted number of emergency (snow) days for the 2013-14 school year by one day, students and staff now have to make up that day April 17.

There will be no school April 18 through 25.


Cazenovia Board of Education adopts 2014-15 budget proposal

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The Cazenovia Board of Education voted April 14 to adopt a $26,495,954 budget proposal for 2014-15 that increases spending 0.29 percent and carries a property tax increase of $168,237, or 1.01 percent.

The fiscal plan includes the elimination of 9.4 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions, including two cleaners, one bus mechanic, three elementary teachers, one high school career technical education teacher, one teaching assistant, one monitor and one 0.4 FTE guidance/psychologist position. It also cuts some services contracted through the Board of Educational Cooperative Services and eliminates a family consumer science elective at the high school.

District seeks to fill two additional administrative vacancies (updated)

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Updated April 15 to include application information at the bottom (scroll down).

Original April 7 post: Although Cazenovia’s next Superintendent of Schools Matthew Reilly doesn’t officially take over the district reins until July 1, he will oversee the replacement of two departing Cazenovia administrators in coming weeks.

Eric Schnabl, Cazenovia High School’s principal since 2005, tendered his resignation at the March 24 Board of Education meeting, effective June 30. He has accepted the top district post with Sherburne-Earlville Central Schools, where he starts July 1.

Meanwhile, Joanne Dunkle, Cazenovia’s director of special education, plans to retire at the end of the school year after more than 10 years in that post.

High school science teacher Sean Kelly named NYS ‘master teacher’

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Cazenovia High School science teacher Sean Kelly was among the 215 educators across the state named “master teachers” by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on April 14.

These newly named master teachers have more than 2,700 years of combined full-time teaching experience. Subjects of expertise include calculus, algebra, physics, earth science, chemistry, engineering design and development, and genetics. The master teachers already fulfill various leadership roles within their school districts—such as department chairs, curriculum development leaders, and STEM club sponsors—and contribute to their communities as active members of professional associations, technology innovators, and athletics coaches.

High school to present “Cazenovia in Concert” May 28

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The Cazenovia High School music department will present “Cazenovia in Concert” at 7:30 p.m. May 28 the John H. Mulroy Civic Center in Syracuse.

The concert will include music ensemble performances by students in grades nine through 12 and culminate with all of the groups together on stage in a combined choral, band and orchestra number.

Read more on the high school webpage.

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