Board of Education

The SCCS Board of Education has resumed meeting in-person in the high school library.  The public may attend, following all state recommended COVID-19 safety measures in place. 

Board Members

2021-2022 Board Members

 Stephen Boothe, President
 Martha Howard, Vice President  
 Matthew Bogosian
 Gregory Cole
 Jerry Cross
 Marjorie Foxton
 Scott Pulver  

2021-2022 BOE Meetings

Board of Education meetings for the 2021-2022 academic year: 

The SCCS Board of Education has resumed meeting in-person in the high school library.  The public may attend, following all state recommended COVID-19 safety measures in place. 

All meetings are held Thursdays -- with the workshops at 6:00 p.m. and the regular meetings at 7:00 p.m. -- in the High School Library unless noted otherwise.

2021:
July 8 (reorganization and regular meeting)- 6:00 pm
July 28- Special Meeting - 6:00 pm
August 12 - 6:00 pm
August 26 - 7:30 pm (No Workshop)
September 9
September 23
October 14
October 28
November 18
November 23- Special Meeting 7:00 am
December 9


2022:
January 6 - Special Meeting 6:00 p.m. to be held via ZOOM
January 13- To be held via Zoom
January 27

February 5- Budget Workshop (no action to be taken) 8:00 am, HS Cafeteria
February 10- 5:00 Public Budget Forum- followed by Workshop & Regular Meeting
March 10
March 24
April 21

April 27- Special Meeting (BOCES VOTE) 7:00 a.m. via Zoom: Join Zoom Meeting: https://E2CCB-GST.zoom.us/j/93169519005
May 5 - 6:00 Budget Presentation of the Proposed Budget for 2022-2023 followed by Regular Meeting
May 17- Annual Budget Vote & BOE Election 1-9 pm
May 19
June 9
June 23

Meetings to be canceled: 

July 22
November 11 (Veterans Day)
November 25 (Thanksgiving)
December 23 (Holiday Recess)
February 24 (Mid-Winter Recess)
April 14 (Spring Recess) 

2021-2022 Board Goals

Goal #1- Graduation is the defining result of all that takes place within our District from PreK – 12. Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic crisis, the Graduation rate, for both District and High School, will remain at 86% District and 92% High School. Supporting structures to reinforce these goals will be evidenced by:
• Aligned, cohesive and articulated curriculum Pre-K – 12 that utilizes a systematic approach to support all learners.
• Academic achievement results with NYS grades 3 – 8 and Regents exams

Goal #2 - The Board of Education desires students and school staff to model the District’s understanding of character traits. The Board promotes a school climate that supports the social and emotional well-being of District students. A research based curricula and programming which is comprehensive, aligned, and articulated will be in place by June 2022.

Goal #3- The Board of Education will continue to provide resources and promote a shared common vision of Family Engagement by June 2022. The District will implement additional ways to engage families as evidenced by:
• CSEP plan infusion
• Enhanced community partnerships
• Additional family outreach

Board Documents & Policy Manual