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Richfield Springs selects finalists in superintendent search
March 18, 2016



The search for the next Richfield Springs Central School District superintendent has been narrowed to three finalists, who will participate in full-day interviews on Tuesday, March 22, at the district.

The finalists selected by the Board of Education are:
  • Linda Doty, principal of Oswego City School District, who has a certificate of educational administration from SUNY Oswego and a doctorate in executive leadership from St. John Fisher College.
     
  • Christopher Fatta, career and technical education building principal of the Northern Catskills Occupational Center at the Otsego Northern Catskills BOCES, who holds a certificate of advanced study in school administration from the State University of College at Buffalo.
     
  • Thomas Piatti, middle school principal at Chittenango Central School District, who has a certificate of advanced graduate study in educational leadership from the University of New England.The full day in the district will include meetings with various constituent groups including students, teachers, support staff and administrators, as well as visits in classrooms and a tour of the buildings and grounds.

Their interviews will conclude with a public forum from 6-8 p.m. in the cafeteria of the district, where community members will be able to ask the candidates questions.

“We are very pleased with the experience and qualifications of our three finalists, and we’re looking forward to our school and community getting to know these strong candidates,” Richfield Springs Board of Education President Scot Mondore said. “We encourage everyone to attend the community forum on March 22 to learn more about the finalists as we take the final steps to selecting our next superintendent.”

The Richfield Springs Board of Education contracted with Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES District Superintendent Mark Vivacqua to lead the superintendent search and conduct screening interviews with applicants.

Richfield Springs residents also participated in an online superintendent search survey to share their opinions on what they’re looking for in a candidate. The survey results were used to help narrow the field to six candidates before the three finalists were selected, and the results will help shape the interview questions for the finalists.

Richfield Springs Interim Superintendent Cliff Moses will fill the position through the end of the superintendent search, with the new superintendent expected to start July 1, 2016.





 
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