Purpose of the Study Fundedby the NYS Department of State:
To research if the reorganization (through centralization) of the two districts can provideenhanced educational opportunities and, at the same time, increase efficiencies and lower cost for the overall operations by forming a reorganized school district.
School District Community Advisory Committee Members Appointed by the RespectiveBoards of Education to Work with and Advisethe SES Study Team in the Preparation of the Feasibility Study
PRIME COMMUNITYREPRESENTATIONSUB-COMMITTEE FOR THESTUDY
COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR MADISON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Brayman, Duane Parent Support ServicesClark, Jessica Parent/MCS Staff Support Services
Cotter, Michele Faculty Student ProgramDapson, Samantha Support Staff FinanceDavis, Kimberly Parent Student ProgramJeffers, Ed Parent FinanceLaForce, Eileen Parent Support Services
Masker, Dianne Parent FinanceMitchell, Lisa Parent Student Program Nichols, Annett Parent FinanceSmith, Doug Parent Support Services
Snyder, Jona Parent Student ProgramSnyder, Kelly Parent Student ProgramStolarczyk, Paula Parent Finance
COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Bartlett, Shelia Faculty Rep ProgramChapin, Jennie Real Estate Agent FinanceChurch, Malary Unmarried <30 ProgramConklin, Bernard Retired Support ServicesCouture, Curt Booster Parent ProgramDeMenezes, Ed Pre-school Parent FinanceHollingsworth, Thomas General Community Support ServicesLighthall, Ray Pastor Support ServicesMarshall, Fred Support Staff Rep Support ServicesMcInerney, John Empty Nester Finance Nolley, Tracie Elementary Parent ProgramPokorny, Jay HS Parent Support ServicesReed, Norm Elected Leader FinanceShea, William Business Person FinanceUsborne, Justiss Student Program
The Boards of Education, the Superintendents, and the SES Study Team sincerely thank the volunteer Joint Community Advisory Committee Members for their time, diligence, collaboration and advice inthe preparation of this study.
The SES Study Team acknowledges and thanks Suzanne Spear and Jay O’Connor of the New York StateEducation Department as helpful collaborative resources for the study.