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Waterloo superintendent will stay in current role after Dansville goes another direction

The Waterloo Central School District will keep its superintendent for now.

Terri Bavis will remain in her position following a recent decision by the Dansville school district in Livingston County. Bavis was one of the two finalists for the superintendent role in Dansville, but the school board there has chosen to restart their search process, opting not to extend offers to either Bavis or the other finalist, Dansville assistant superintendent Thomas Frazier.


Bavis, whose current contract with the Waterloo school district runs until June 30, 2024, had sought the Dansville position following the announcement of the incumbent superintendent’s retirement plans.

This move came after the Waterloo school board decided not to extend her contract earlier this year. Bavis will continue to serve as the Waterloo Superintendent of Schools, a role she has held since July 1, 2016, succeeding Terry MacNabb. Her current salary in this position is $186,400.