The Personnel Office of the Clarkstown Central School District coordinates employment and employment resources for…More the public school system.</p>
<p>Laura Lavine is the director of personnel.</p>
<p>The office's Web page has links to job postings and an online application system for teachers.</p>
Clarkstown Central School District 62 Old Middletown Rd, New City, NY10956 The Clarkstown Central School District office is based on Old Middletown Road in New City. The department oversees…More numerous elementary, middle and high schools in the area and provides curriculum decisions, transportation solutions and health and food services. There are over 9,000 students served by the district, which has numerous administrative, transportation, counseling and branch offices in the community. Check the main website for details on district policies or for information on individual schools.
Clarkstown Central School District, a public school system located in the Town of Clarkstown, has about 9,400…More students who attend classes at 11 elementary schools, the Felix Festa Middle School complex in West Nyack, and Clarkstown High School North in New City and Clarkstown High School South in West Nyack.</p>
<p>Clarkstown is the largest public school district in Rockland County. The district has a about 2,645 employees.</p>
<p>The school district has a graduation rate of about 93 percent, well above the statewide average graduation rate of 76 percent.</p>
<p>Dr. Margaret (Meg) Keller-Cogan is superintendent of schools. She joined the district in July 2006 as its fifth superintendent of schools. Since coming to Clarkstown, Dr. Keller-Cogan has created a Department of Instruction and Professional Development to provide growth opportunities for teachers and all employees and created the Community Learning Center to provide educational opportunities to learners of all ages.</p>
<p>Keller-Cogan has established the Clarkstown Education Foundation, a non-profit organization created to fund innovative education programming to enhance existing opportunities for Clarkstown students. </p>
The Board of Education has seven members elected by the voters of the Clarkstown Central School District. The board…More sets academic and fiscal policy for the district and its 14 schools—11 elementary schools, a middle school and two high schools.</p>
<p>Meetings of the board take place twice each month, usually on Thursday evenings at 8pm, with most meetings taking place at the Chestnut Grove Administrative Center, 62 Old Middletown Rd., New City.</p>
<p>The board meetings are open to the public and public participation is invited. Information about school board agendas, as well as meeting dates, budget information and district policies is available at the board's Web page.</p>
<p>Members of the board are Robert Alan Carlucci, Phillip DeGaetano, Donna Ehrenberg, Kevin Grogan, Diane Hoeneveld, Doug Katz and Joseph Malgieri.</p>
<p>Margaret Keller-Cogan is Clarkstown's superintendent of schools.</p>
Civil Service Employees Association Local 844 is a local of CSEA Inc. CSEA Inc. is the Local 1000 of the American…More Federation of State County and Municipal Employees union under AFL-CIO. The CSEA members elect their officers, and only members can serve on negotiating teams and vote to ratify contracts.</p>
<p>Rockland County Local has currently 19 units and has established a unit in the Village of Suffern.</p>
<p>8350: Rockland County Unit<br /> 8352: Town of Clarkstown Unit<br /> 8352 02 : Clarkstown Special Bargaining <br /> 8353: Town of Orangetown<br /> 8354: Village of Harverstraw<br /> 8357: Village of Spring Valley<br /> 8358: Town of Ramapo<br /> 8360: Nanuet School District<br /> 8361: Town of Stony Point<br /> 8362: Nyack School District<br /> 8363: Pearl River Library<br /> 8364: North Rockland School District<br /> 8366 00 : Clarkstown Central School District Food Service <br /> 8366 01 : Clarkstown Central School Building & Grounds<br /> 8366 02 : Clarkstown Central School Nurses<br /> 8366 03 : Clarkstown Central School Security Guards<br /> 8367 : Rockland County BOCES <br /> 8368 : South Orange Town School District</p>
Clarkstown Central School District - Lakewood Elementary 77 Lakeland Ave, Congers, NY10920 Lakewood Elementary is a public school that is part of the Clarkstown Central School District located in Congers. The…More school offers a welcoming and academically challenging environment for students and offers programs for children in grades kindergarten through 5th. Some lessons and activities include work in math, science, reading, history, English, language, social studies, physical education and much more. It also has a computer lab and many special programs and extracurricular activities. Check the main website for details on upcoming events or for information on enrollment.
New City Elementary School is part of the Clarkstown Central School District. It offers instruction for students in…More kindergarten through fifth grade. Deb Forman is the principal.</p>
Congers Elementary School 9 Lake Rd, New City, NY10956 Congers Elementary School is part of the Clarkstown Central School District and offers instruction in grades K-5.…More Congers offers coursework in mathematics, science, literature, language arts, music, and fine arts. The school is headed by Martha Ryan, who serves as principal.
Little Tor Elementary School is one of 11 elementary programs in the Clarkstown Central School District, the largest…More public school system in Rockland County.</p>
<p>Mi Jung An is principal.</p>
<p>Little Tor, which means "little mountain," is located in a quiet residential area of the Town of Clarkstown, just a few blocks away from Rockland Lake State Park. The school has about 300 students in kindergarten through fifth grade.</p>
<p>Little Tor Elementary offers its students today's technology to enhance their learning experience. With a better than 3 to 1 student to computer ratio in the school, every child has the opportunity to get comfortable with using computers and many programs in the classroom and the computer lab. Students also have a variety of music programs, including band and orchestra. </p>