The Williamson Central School District will continue under the guidance and leadership of current Superintendent Marygrace Mazzullo for one more year.
The Board of Education unanimously approved the one-year extension to Superintendent Mazzullo’s contract at the regular board meeting held in person at the school this evening.
“The Board of Education is very pleased to sign a one-year contract extension with Marygrace Mazzullo. The Williamson Central School District has thrived under her exceptional leadership,” said Board President, Jamie Sonneville.
“Mrs. Mazzullo has brought vision and clarity to our District as well as a continued focus on teaching and learning. Our students’ learning and wellbeing has been significantly impacted by the pandemic and Mrs. Mazzullo is the right person to ensure that our students, staff, and community members work together to achieve the educational goals our team has set forth.”
Mazzullo has been in the Superintendent position at Williamson for three years and has a deep understanding of the school community. Prior to her current position, she served the district as the Assistant Superintendent for Instruction.
She possesses knowledge in many aspects of the field of education through her past experiences as an ELA Teacher and Director of Curriculum at Pavilion Central School District, Principal for the York Central Elementary School, and the Director of ELA in the Webster Central School District.
She has demonstrated a commitment to the school’s core values, and the District looks forward to her deeply rooted dedication to building bright futures for students in the Williamson Central School District for another year.
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