Bolton Central Schools Superintendent Ray Ciccarelli (right) reviews details of the schol renovation project — completed this last school year — with BCS Principal Michael Graney (left), and district Business Manager Kathleen Dennin.
Ray Ciccarelli, the long-time supeintendent of Bolton Central School, will be retiring at the end of June — and the school board has approved initiating a search for his replacement.
The Bolton Central School Board voted this week to appoint Michael Marcelle, a consultant, to lead the effort to secure a new superintendent. He is to work under the direction of James Dexter, Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex BOCES District Superintendent.
With the search process about to begin, the BCS School Board is now seeking people to serve on a community-based committee to assist with the effort.
The committee is to include representation of parents, community members, students and school district employees and other stakeholders.
Anyone interested in participating is invited to attend a workshop — for all who will be involved — set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the Bolton Central library (Room 215). The process will be explained at this meeting. Only individuals who attend this workshop will be participating in the interview and screening process.
Those seeking to serve on the committee should contact BCS District Clerk Christina Dunalewicz by Friday, Nov. 15 at 644-2400 or via email at: email@example.com.