posted on October 31, 2011 13:31
The School Board at Byron-Bergen has narrowed their superintendent search to a final list of three – one of those candidates is a local man.
LeRoy Elementary School principal Casey Kosiorek tops the list of finalists, for the job vacated last spring by Scott Martzloff. Martzloff left his post at Byron-Bergen after less than two years to take the superintendent job at Western New York’s largest non-city school district in Williamsville, near Buffalo.
Along with Kosiorek, the other candidates for Byron-Bergen Superintendent are Michael Davis, elementary school principal in Webster; and David J. Glover, the current superintendent of the Morristown Central School District. That’s on the shore of the St. Lawrence seaway, north of the Adirondacks.
According to the board, 27 applications were received and considered. An interview committee of parents, students, teachers, administrators and staff will now screen the three finalists and offer guidance to the school board.
Board members expects to make their decision within two weeks. The new superintendent will start at Byron-Bergen in mid-December.