Jeffrey Pirozzolo, Superintendent of the Auburn Enlarged City School District, announced his retirement effective January 5, 2025. His announcement during the Board of Education meeting on January 9 allows for a comprehensive search for his successor.
Serving as superintendent since July 2015, Pirozzolo’s career in the district spans over 19 years, including roles as assistant principal and assistant superintendent for personnel. Expressing his gratitude, Pirozzolo remarked on Auburn’s positive community impact and his intention to remain active in local community boards.
The school board, initiating the search for a new superintendent, has appointed Dr. Brian Hartwell, Cayuga-Onondaga District Superintendent, to oversee the process. The search is expected to begin in mid-February with interviews scheduled for spring.
The district seeks community involvement in selecting the new superintendent. A survey is available for Auburn residents to contribute their perspectives on desired qualifications and priorities for the district. The survey, open until January 28, can be accessed at http://cayboces.org/superintendentsearchsurvey. This feedback will inform the selection process and help identify a leader aligned with the district’s needs and achievements.
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