She said she is only a phone call away if he ever needs any advice.
Corr said he is thankful for his time with Ehrenberg and was glad to work with her for six years before taking over for her.
"I'm just very grateful to Randy Ehrenberg for all her mentoring and support personally and professionally,' Corr said. "We were very blessed to have her in this district and I will miss her."
He said he is planning on closely monitoring the district's financial situation and will "continue to work and keep focus."
Ehrenberg said in her time away from North Colonie, she hopes to pursue both fiction and non-fiction writing and can use some already published materials as a jumping off point for other works about education, an area where she has experience she would like to pass on to others. Ehrenberg said although her retirement will still have some structure to it, since she is too accustomed to structure to abandon it, there will be plenty of time to enjoy scenic parks and spending time with her family.
"It'll feel very different," she said of retirement.
Ehrenberg's final day is July 31.