Clinton Superintendent Chosen By Board


Christopher Clancy was appointed by the Clinton Board of Education to be the next superintendent of the district.


Clancy is Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Special Programs for the Canastota Central School District, a position he has held since 2020. He will tentatively begin duties as superintendent for CCSD Nov. 14, having been selected to replace Dr. Stephen Grimm, who retired at the conclusion of the 2021-2022 school year.


"I am thrilled to be joining the Clinton family as the next superintendent of schools," Clancy said. "Throughout the interview process, it became clear to me that the staff, students, families and community care deeply about their school and students. Clinton is a community that is rooted in tradition and excellence, and I look forward to working together with everyone to continue that tradition and contribute to a strong educational program for all of our students."


The CCS Board of Education met Tuesday to make the appointment as part of their monthly meeting.


The meeting began with a new staff welcoming from CCS High School Principal Dr. Matt Lee for Matthew Bashant and Lexi Kemp. CCS Elementary School Principal Ellen Leuthauser welcomed new hires Megan Cool, Al Sykes, Mackenzie Roy, Gloria Piazza, and Tom Trevisani.


The meeting broke for a 5-minute meet and greet.


Representatives from D'Arcangelo & Co. presented the findings of the CCSD Financial Audit. D'Arcangelo determined an unmodified opinion for the difficulty with no significant difficulties and material weaknesses.


Interim Superintendent Dave Langone…



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