Weekly Feature

2015-09-02 / Education

Ken-Ton School District sees administrative changes for 2015-16 school year

The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District has undergone several administrative changes for the 2015-16 school year.

David King, former principal of Edison Elementary, has been appointed director of technology, according to a release from the district. Taking King’s place as principal of Edison is Christine Koch, former assistant principal at Kenmore East High School.

Koch’s appointment as principal of Edison and a vacancy at Hoover Middle School has resulted in additional administrative changes.

Franklin Middle School Assistant Principal Dan Charland will assume the assistant principal position at Kenmore East.

Kenmore West High School Assistant Principal Chris Ginestre will move to Hoover Middle School as the assistant principal. Administrator Mary Sellers will be interim assistant principal at Kenmore West. Assistant Principal Michael Haggerty will move from Kenmore Middle School to Franklin Middle School and Kenmore West in addition to overseeing the Big Picture Program.

In addition to these changes, the district has welcomed Tim Ames, who previously worked in the Medina Central School District, as the new director of facilities, and John Brucato, formerly employed in the Sweet Home Central School District, as the new assistant superintendent for finance.

“Congratulations to all of our administrators on their new positions,” said Superintendent Dawn Mirand. “The district is fortunate to have such talented and dedicated administrators in these key positions to assist in facilitating a very successful 2015-16 school year.”

For more information on these administrative changes, visit www.ktufsd.org.

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