Thomas Lutsic Named Guilderland High School principal

From GCSD:

At its meeting on June 6, the Guilderland Board

of Education unanimously approved the appointment of Thomas Lutsic to

the position of Guilderland High School Principal. Lutsic will be

succeeding current principal Brian McCann upon his retirement in June.

Lutsic comes to Guilderland after serving as secondary principal in the

Hamilton Central School District in Hamilton, New York, for the past

three years. Prior to that, he served as an assistant principal at

Eastridge High School in Rochester, New York, and as an English teacher

at Geneva High School in Geneva, New York.

He is a member of numerous professional organizations including the

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the National

Association of Secondary School Principals, the National Council for

Teachers of English, and Rotary International.

We are delighted to welcome Tom to the district, said

Superintendent of Schools Marie Wiles. "His knowledge and leadership

experience will be great assets to the students, parents, and staff of

Guilderland High School and to the greater school community. We look

forward to many years of his continued service."

Lutsic is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo, where he received his

bachelor's degree in secondary English education, and of SUNY

Brockport, where he completed both his master's degree in educational

administration and his administrative certification.

Lutsic will officially begin his new administrative duties in July 2011

and will receive an annual salary of $107,500.


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