General Information


GENERAL INFORMATION


Click the links below for general district information: 

An Overview
District Mission Statement
Core Belief Statement
Vision Statement
The Board of Education
Trustees 2021 - 2022
Organizational Chart 2021-2022
Student Board Representatives
Meetings
Communications
Meetings on Cable Television/Web Page
Lakeland on the Internet, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
Use of Tobacco Products Prohibited
School Registration
Starting Out in School
Student Health Examination
Immunization
Medication
Instructional Hours
Closings and Delays
Snow Make-Up Dates
Transportation
Equal Opportunity
Procedures for Resolving Complaints
District Code of Conduct
Notification of Rights under FERPA
Directory Information
Parent Organizations
Your Right to Know
Dignity For All Students Act (DASA)
Dangerous Weapons Policy
Zero Tolerance for Violence
Pupil Personnel Services
Special Education
Homebound Instruction
Students with Disabilities
Weed and Pest Control Program

District Directory

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AN OVERVIEW 

In the northwest corner of Westchester County lies the Lakeland Central School District, the largest suburban district in the county. Its borders push into Putnam County, then swing south almost to Peekskill. District students live in six different towns: Yorktown, Cortlandt, and Somers in Westchester County; Carmel, Philipstown, and Putnam Valley in Putnam County. 

In 1951, the Shrub Oak, Toddville, and Van Cortlandtville school districts merged. In 1952, the Lakeland School District opened its doors for the first time, serving 1,282 children in small neighborhood schools. Since that time, Lakeland has seen its population rise to a high of more than 8,000 in the 1970s. The student population is expected to be approximately 5,558 in 2021-2022. Lakeland’s five elementary schools educate students in grades K-5. The Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School educates students in grades 6-8. Our 9th through 12th graders attend either Lakeland High School or Walter Panas High School. 
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DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT 

The Lakeland Central School District accepts the challenge of preparing students for a rapidly changing world. We provide the opportunity for all students to learn and succeed by promoting critical thinking and high academic standards in a safe and secure environment. Our practices and policies are shaped by: respect, kindness, responsibility, accountability, and honest and ethical behavior. 
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CORE BELIEF STATEMENT

The Lakeland Central School District believes that all members of the school community should:
--Treat each other with respect and kindness.
--Assume responsibility and accept accountability for their actions.
--Engage in and promote critical thinking to achieve high academic standards.
--Demonstrate honest and ethical behavior. 
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VISION STATEMENT

The Lakeland Central School District will work collaboratively with all members of the community to promote cooperation, collegiality, and a love of learning so all can achieve to their fullest potential. We will focus on the whole person academically, socially, and emotionally. We will also work to ensure safety and security and inspire all to communicate honestly to achieve our goals. 
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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Each spring, District voters elect unpaid, community volunteers to serve three-year terms on the nine-member Board of Education. Trustees 2021-2022: Becky Burfeind, Angela Conti,  Michael G. Daly (Vice President), Adam E. Kaufman (President), Denise Kness,  Anna Massaro, Robert E. Mayes, Rachelle Nardelli, Donald B. Pinkowsky.
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STUDENT BOARD REPRESENTATIVES 

High school student representatives participate in public Board discussions and provide the Board with vital information and insight. Student representatives for 2021-2022 are:

LHS Student Representatives:  Ashley Alexander, Katrina Riekert, and Enza Nicolic - Alternate
WPHS Student Representatives: Miguel Feliciano-Plaza, Ella Yaeger, and Brianna Jankowski - Alternate

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MEETINGS 

Please check BoardDocs for updated meeting schedules, locations, and agendas. A link to BoardDocs can be found here

Board of Education meetings, with the exception of executive sessions, are open to the public. The Board meets in regular sessions on the first and third Thursdays of the month with a few exceptions. The first meeting of the month is usually a work session. There is no public comment at the Board’s work sessions. 

Generally, from October through May, the second monthly meeting is a business meeting, held in one of the District's eight schools.  Most board meetings begin at 7:30 pm. Budget work sessions start at 7:00 pm. There are two opportunities for public comment at the regular business meeting. Executive sessions are held in accordance with the New York State Open Meetings Law. 

Board of Education 2021-2022 Meetings

If there are questions from the public, please direct them to the District Clerk prior to the meeting at districtclerk@lakelandschools.org

July 8, 2021 - Annual Organization Meeting, Administration Building 7:00 pm 
July 22, 2021 - Business Meeting, Lakeland High School 7:00 pm 
August 12, 2021 - Business Meeting, Walter Panas High School, 7:00 pm
September 9, 2021 - Work Session, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
September 23, 2021 - Business Meeting, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
October 7, 2021 - Work Session, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
October 21, 2021 - Business Meeting, Van Cortlandtville ES, 7:00 pm
November 4, 2021 - Work Session, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
November 18, 2021 - Business Meeting, George Washington ES, 7:00 pm
December 9, 2021 - Business Meeting, Lincoln-Titus ES, 7:00 pm
January 13, 2022 - Work Session/Budget, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
January 27, 2022 - Business  Meeting, Thomas Jefferson E.S., 7:00 pm
February 10, 2022- Work Session/Budget, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
February 17, 2022 - Business  Meeting, Benjamin Franklin E.S., 7:00 pm
March 10, 2022 - Work Session, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
March 24, 2022 - Business Meeting, Lakeland H.S., 7:00 pm
April 7, 2022 - Work Session/Budget, Administration Building, 7:00 pm
April 19, 2022 - BOCES Vote, Administration Building time TBD
April 21, 2022 - Business Meeting, Walter Panas H.S., 7:00 pm
May 3, 2022 - Budget Hearing, Administration Building,  7:00 pm
May 17, 2022 - Annual Budget and Trustee Vote, Van Cortlandtville Elementary School, 7:00 am-9:00 pm
May 19, 2022 - Business Meeting, Lakeland Copper Beech MS, 7:00 pm
June 9, 2022 - Business Meeting, Administration Building, 7:00 pm

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COMMUNICATIONS 

In addition to Board and community discussion at meetings, the Board communicates with Lakeland residents through the press, cable television, on its web page, on Facebook, and through school district publications. District news appears in the Journal News and LoHud.com, Cable Channels 18 and 77, and over local radio stations WLNA-AM (1420) and WHUD-FM (100.7). In addition to printed newsletters, the District maintains an informative web page. The web site address is www. lakelandschools.org.  
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MEETINGS ON CABLE TELEVISION / WEB PAGE 

Board of Education meetings are videotaped for broadcast both on Cablevision and Verizon FIOS. On the FIOS systems, you can view district programming on Channel 34 in both Yorktown and Cortlandt. On Cablevision, programs can be seen in Yorktown (Channel 75) and Cortlandt (Channel 77). Broadcast times vary during the year. For air times, check the district web page www.lakelandschools.org, or call (914) 245-1700, ext. 39023. In addition, videos of all meetings can be found on the district’s web page. (Click here for cable schedule)
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LAKELAND ON THE INTERNET, FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM AND TWITTER 

Lakeland maintains a site on the internet - www. lakelandschools.org. The page contains a wide variety of information about the district. Information about district events and activities can also be found on the district’s Facebook page, on Instagram and on Twitter. Changes in the calendar and emergency announcements are posted on the web page and Facebook. 
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USE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS PROHIBITED 

Tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, electronic cigarettes, chewing tobacco, and snuff, are prohibited on school grounds. Violators may be referred to the Board of Health and subject to fines of up to $1,000 per violation. School Registration
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SCHOOL REGISTRATION 
If you are new to the district and are seeking to register your child, you are required to provide two documents for proof of residency. Information regarding the required documents can be obtained at your school and on the district web site.   
Link to registration information
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STARTING OUT IN SCHOOL 
Children in the Lakeland Central School District who will be five years old by December 1st can register to attend kindergarten in that school year. Kindergarten is a full day program in the Lakeland schools. For UPK, children who will be four years old by December 1st can register.  
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STUDENT HEALTH EXAMINATION 
New York State law requires a physical examination for students entering UPK, K, Grades 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and all students transferring into the Lakeland Central School District. The form is due in the Health Office 30 days from the date of school entry. Students who do not return evidence of a physical examination or the date of an appointment will have a health appraisal scheduled with our Chief Medical Officer. Parents/Guardians will be informed of the date. 
Link to Health Office Web Page  
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IMMUNIZATION 

NYS Public Health Law, Section 2164 requires that schools will not permit a child to attend school unless the parent/guardian provides the school with a certificate of immunization or documentation from a Healthcare Provider that the child has received the first age appropriate dose in each immunization series and is in the process of receiving the required immunizations.
Link to Health Office Web Page   
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MEDICATION 

Medication of any kind cannot legally be dispensed to any child without a Healthcare Provider’s order and parental consent. The medication form should include: 
•Name of Medication prescribed 
•Dosage 
•Side Effects 
•Time to be given 
Link to Health Office Web Page
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INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS 
Elementary Schools (K-5) 8:05 a.m. - 2:40 p.m. 
Middle School 9:00 a.m. - 3:37 p.m. 
High Schools 7:20 a.m. - 2:02 p.m. 
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CLOSINGS AND DELAYS
 
When winter weather conditions cause delays or school closings, announcements are made in several ways. Announcements are placed on the district’s web site at www. lakelandschools.org, on the district’s Facebook page, and conveyed via the district’s emergency calling system. In addition, they are made on radio stations WLNA-AM (1420), WHUD-FM (100.7), WFAS-AM (1230), WCBS-AM (880), and on News Channel 12 (cable television). Radio and television stations are notified as soon as decisions are made and they make announcements promptly. Listen to these stations for information. Please do not call the stations directly.
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SNOW MAKE-UP DATES 

During the 2020-2021 school year, the District has allotted four snow days. The order of days is subject to change, if necessary. Should school closings exceed those days, additional snow make-up days are: May 28, April 5, March 29, March 30. Superintendent’s Conference days may become regular days of attendance.   
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TRANSPORTATION 

The Lakeland Central School District’s buses travel more than one million miles every year serving students in both public and private schools. Bus schedules must be closely followed to ensure that students arrive and leave school on time. You can help by having the children at the bus stop five minutes before the scheduled pickup time. For more information contact the Transportation Department, your local school.   
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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 

The Lakeland Central School District does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, creed, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation in its employment, admissions practices, vocational education opportunities, or access to – and treatment in – programs and activities, in accordance with the Title IX and Section 504 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973.   
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PROCEDURES FOR RESOLVING COMPLAINTS
 
The following procedures, adopted by the Board of Education as part of Policy #1310, are designed to provide parents and other community members with an efficient and effective way of processing and resolving complaints and concerns at the earliest possible stage. The procedures listed below should be followed before an issue is brought before the Board of Education. Complaints and concerns shall be channeled as follows, in the order indicated: 
•   Teacher: In most cases, a parent should speak with the individual who works most closely with his/her child, usually his/her teacher. 
• Guidance Office: At the Middle or High Schools, questions regarding student schedules, counseling, or college applications should first be addressed to the guidance department.
• Principal or Assistant Principal: If an issue is not resolved after speaking with the teacher or guidance counselor,    a building administrator should be contacted. 
• Transportation Office: If an issue involves transportation matters, such as routing or times, the transportation office should be contacted first, and if not resolved, the Transportation Supervisor should be contacted. 
• Director of Facilities: For issues involving transportation, facilities, and food services. 
• Central Office Administrators: If an issue is not resolved at the building administrator level, a central office administrator should be contacted as follows: 
     -Assistant Superintendent for Instruction: For instructional concerns and student discipline.
     -Business Manager: For business-based concerns.
     -Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources: For personnel issues. 
     - Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services: For special education issues, registration, or residency.

If an issue or concern remains unresolved after following the above procedures, the Superintendent of Schools should be contacted. If the issue is not resolved at the Superintendent of Schools level, the issue or concern may be brought to the Board of Education in writing (via the District Clerk) for their consideration if they determine it to be within their purview and appropriate for consideration.  
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DISTRICT CODE OF CONDUCT

The Lakeland Central School District is committed to maintaining high standards of education for students. Because the District believes that order and discipline are essential to being educated effectively, the District is also committed to creating and maintaining high behavioral standards and expectations. An orderly educational environment requires that everyone in the school community has a role in contributing to an effective environment. It also requires the development and implementation of a code of discipline that clearly defines individual responsibilities, describes unacceptable behavior, and provides for appropriate disciplinary options and responses. The District believes that order and discipline must be a shared responsibility between school, home, and community. This Code of Conduct was developed in collaboration with student, teacher, administrator and parent organizations, school safety personnel and other Board-approved school personnel. A complete copy of the District’s Code of Conduct can be found in any of the District’s schools or on the District’s web site at www.lakelandschools.org  
Link to District Code of Conduct
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NOTIFICATION OF RIGHTS UNDER FERPA
 
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students over 18 years of age (“eligible students”) certain rights with respect to the student’s educational records. (1) The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days of the day the District receives a request for access. (2) The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate or misleading. (3) The right to receive notice of any decision by the School District not to amend a student’s education records, as requested by the parent or eligible student, and the right to a hearing regarding the School District’s denial of a request for an amendment. (4) The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception which permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. (5) The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the District to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the office that administers FERPA is: Family Policy Compliance Office; U.S. Department of Education; 600 Independence Avenue, SW; Washington, DC 20202-4605. Parents of students or eligible students may inspect and review the student’s education records upon request. Such request shall be in writing, to the Superintendent of Schools or designee, identifying as precisely as possible, the record or records which s/he wishes to inspect
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DIRECTORY INFORMATION
 
The School District designates the following items as directory information:
• Student’s name 
• Student’s address and telephone listing only to parent-teacher organizations, other organizations with an official relationship with the school district whose primary purpose is to benefit the school district and governmental agencies 
• Participation in officially recognized activities and sports 
• Weight and height of members of athletic teams 
• School of attendance 
• Most recent/previous school attended 
• Degrees and awards received 
• Photographs for use by the school district and media The school district may disclose any of these items without prior written consent, unless notified to the contrary, in writing, by the parent or eligible student by the end of the first 30 days of the school year. 
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PARENT ORGANIZATIONS: 2021-2022
Benjamin Franklin Elementary School PTA
      Sara Numme and Jamie Imperati, Co-Presidents
George Washington Elementary School PTA
      Allison Bruno and Christine Goh, Co-Presidents
Lincoln–Titus Elementary School PTA
      Jennifer Aiello Ciapetta and Angela Fariello Grady, Co-Presidents
Thomas Jefferson Elementary School PTA
    Jeannie Muratore and Denise Cinfo, Co-Presidents
Van Cortlandtville Elementary School PTA
      Andrea Grafer and Michelle DeFonce, Co-Presidents
Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School PTA
      Lidice Camilleri and Mary Catechis, Co-Presidents
Lakeland High School Parent Organization
      Jenn Schaaf and Maryanne Deiulio, Co-Presidents
Panas Parents Club
      Evelyn Flores and Carole Henkin, Co-Presidents
Special Eduction PTA
       Anna Madera, President
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YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW
Parents of students under 18, and students 18 and older, may inspect student records maintained by the Lakeland Central School District, and may challenge the accuracy of these records. Inspection procedures have been established by the Family Educational and Privacy Act of 1974, and the Buckley Amendment of 1975. Requests to examine records must be made on a form provided by the district administration. Within 45 days of the request, a conference will be scheduled for record inspection. Contact the school’s principal or the Record Access Officer (914-245-1700) for more information.
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DIGNITY FOR ALL STUDENTS ACT (DASA)

The goal of the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) is to create a safe and supportive school climate where students can learn and focus, rather than fear being discriminated against and/or verbally and/or physically harassed. All public elementary and secondary school students have the right to attend school in a safe, welcoming, considerate, and caring environment. Every person has a right to his or her own beliefs. Regardless of those beliefs, educators have an obligation to ensure that all students in our schools feel safe, both physically and emotionally. Information and resources (Policy # 5151) can be found on the district web page or by contacting Mel Rafferty, Supervisor of for Alternative Programs at ext. 39119.   
Link to Policy 5151
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DANGEROUS WEAPONS POLICY

The Dangerous Weapons Policy, in effect in Lakeland, is as follows: A weapon is defined (Policy # 5144.3) as any instrument capable of inflicting bodily harm. No student shall have in his/her possession on school property or premises or at a school activity, a rifle, shotgun, pistol, revolver, muffler, or silencer, or any other firearm or the frame or receiver of any such devices capable of firing a projectile or any explosive device, knife, or dangerous chemical which is not necessary for school activities. A student found guilty of bringing a weapon, as defined above, onto school property or premises or school activity will be subject to a one-year suspension from school. However, the Superintendent of Schools shall review the penalty and may modify the suspension on a case-by-case basis. NYS and Federal police officers are the only persons permitted on school property with a weapon in their possession. 
Link to Policy 5144.3
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ZERO TOLERANCE FOR VIOLENCE

It is the policy (#5144.4) of the Board of Education that violence in any form will not be tolerated in the Lakeland Central School District, including in all school buildings, grounds and facilities, on school buses, and at all school activities and events, whether on campus or off campus. “Violent Act” shall mean any intentional act by a student/parent involving force or the threatened use of force, or an intentional act by a student/parent that supports or assists the use or the threatened use of force. More details are available in student handbooks and the Code of Conduct, available at all schools, on the district web site, or by calling the District office, (914) 245-1700.   
Link to Policy 5144.4
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PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES

Lakeland employs a variety of specialists to help students reach their potential. The Pupil Personnel staff includes counselors, psychologists, social workers, speech/language clinicians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, a consulting physician and psychiatrist. Their services are provided according to the needs of the student. Written consent must be given by a parent or guardian before any evaluations are conducted by Pupil Personnel staff. The results of evaluations are shared with parents or guardians. Students meet with pupil personnel staff on a regular basis. Parents should contact pupil personnel staff members regarding any issues or concerns.  
Link to Special Education/PPS Web Page
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SPECIAL EDUCATION

In-district programs are provided for students with a variety of disabilities. School personnel, the District Committee on Special Education, the Preschool Special Education Committee, and parents work together to design and monitor programs to meet individual student needs.  
Link to Special Education/PPS Web Page
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HOMEBOUND INSTRUCTION

The Board of Education employs qualified educators to instruct students who are confined at home by extended illness. Medical documentation is needed to confirm illness. Call the school principal or school guidance counselor for more information. 
Link to Guidance Web Page
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STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Parents who suspect their child may be disabled and entitled to services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 should discuss concerns or questions with their child’s principal, guidance counselor, or Clinical Support Team. The Chairperson of the Committee on Special Education can be contacted through the Pupil Personnel Services office. Referrals for disabled students qualifying for accommodations under the Rehabilitation Act-504 will be referred to the building principal.
Link to Special Education/PPS Web Page
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WEED AND PEST CONTROL PROGRAM

The Lakeland Central School District will be continuing its weed control program, which may involve the application of pesticides. If any parent or staff member wishes to be notified when our weed control program is taking place, please contact the Department of Buildings and Grounds at (914) 528-3701, ext. 39712 to have your name and address added to the notification list.  
Link to Buildings and Grounds Web Page
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DISTRICT DIRECTORY


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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES

Administration Building, 1086 East Main Street, Shrub Oak, NY 10588 914-245-1700

Fax 914-245-4391

Dr. Brendan Lyons, Superintendent ............................................................... ext. 39022

Dr. Karen Gagliardi, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction .................... ext. 39062

Joseph Spatola, Acting Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel .... ext. 39036

Dr. Tammy Cosgrove, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources . ext. 39063

Joy Myke, Business Administrator .................................................................. ext. 39021

Lauren Fontana, Director of Communications .............................................. ext. 39023

Dwayne Hoffmann, Director of Information Technology ............................. ext. 39047

Christopher Ruggiero, Director of Curriculum for Math K-12 / ELA 6-12 . ext. 39035

Patricia Viggiano, Director of Curriculum for Science K-12 and ELA K-5 ext. 39035

Frank Gizzo, Director of Guidance ................................................................. ext. 39075

Mel Rafferty, Supervisor of Alternative Programs ........................................ ext. 39119

Daniel Belfi, Director of Physical Ed., Health, & Athletics 914-739-2823...ext. 39226
                                                                                                                          39125

TBD, Digital Communications Manager ........................................................ ext. 39025

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Administration Building, 1086 East Main Street, Shrub Oak, NY 10588 914-245-1700

Fax 914-245-2381

Joseph Spatola, Acting Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel .... ext. 39036

Thomas Murphy, Supervisor ............................................................................ ext. 39010

Zizette Deutsch, Supervisor ............................................................................. ext. 39012

TBA, Supervisor ................................................................................................. ext. 39043

Committee on Preschool Special Education (C.P.S.E) ............................... ext. 39056

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

3100 E. Main St., Mohegan Lake, NY 10547 914-528-3701 / Fax 914-528-3707

George Prine, Director of Facilities ................................................................. ext. 39712

Chris McCartney, Assistant Director of Facilities ......................................... ext. 39718

CAFETERIA

Administration Building, 1086 East Main Street, Shrub Oak, NY 10588 914-245-1700

Fax 914-245-3214

Magalie Porretto, Director of Food Services ................................................. ext. 39055

Rose Elio, Assistant Director of Food Services ............................................ ext. 39054

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3477 Kamhi Drive, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 914-245-7444 / Fax 914-245-7668

Ken Craft, Principal ........................................................................................... ext. 39802

Tracy Mecca, Assistant Principal .................................................................... ext. 39804

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39805

GEORGE WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3634 Lexington Avenue, Mohegan Lake, NY 10547 914-528-2021/Fax 914-528-2134

Dr. Tracy Norman, Principal ............................................................................ ext. 39302

Deana Hartung, Assistant Principal ................................................................ ext. 39304

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39305

LINCOLN-TITUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

10 Lincoln Avenue, Crompond, NY 10517 914-528-2519 / Fax 914-528-1471

Elizabeth McGowan, Principal ......................................................................... ext. 39502

Dr. Shannon O'Grady, Assistant Principal .................................................... ext. 39502

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39505

THOMAS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3636 Gomer Street, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 914-245-4802 / Fax 914-245-0511

Alfonse Davino, Principal ................................................................................. ext. 39402

Christopher Urso, Assistant Principal ............................................................. ext. 39409

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39405

VAN CORTLANDTVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

3100 E. Main Street, Mohegan Lake, NY 10547 914-528-1354 / Fax 914-528-1376

Jacqueline M. Woodruff, Principal .................................................................. ext. 39602

Dr. Frank Yanoti, Assistant Principal .............................................................. ext. 39604

Tom Murphy, Special Education Supervisor ................................................. ext. 39629

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39605

LAKELAND COPPER BEECH MIDDLE SCHOOL

3401 Old Yorktown Road (Route 132), Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 914-245-1885

Fax 914-245-1259

Frank Ruolo, Principal ...................................................................................... ext. 39902

Marc Casey, Grade 6 Assistant Principal ...................................................... ext. 39932

Chris Mercurio, Grade 7 Assistant Principal ................................................. ext. 39942

Jessica Stock, Grade 8 Assistant Principal ................................................... ext. 39952

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39915

Guidance Department Grade 8 ....................................................................... ext. 39952

Grade 7 ............................................................................................................... ext. 39942

Grade 6................................................................................................................ ext. 39932

Counselors: Marni Weinbaum, Donna DeCristofaro, Emily Tricarico, Nadia

Potter, Kristen Moloney, Steve Poccia

Attendance Office .............................................................................................. ext. 39157

LAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL

1349 E. Main St., Shrub Oak, NY 10588 914-528-0600

Fax 914-528-0521

Christopher Cummings, Principal ................................................................... ext. 39102

Samantha Stein, Assistant Principal .............................................................. ext. 39014

Christina Cannon, Assistant Principal ............................................................ ext. 39112

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39105

Guidance Department ...................................................................................... ext. 39162, 39157

Fax 914-528-3693

Counselors: Cheri Scharff, Dennine Smith, Julie Ruxton, Meredith Klatsky,

Barbara Kerasiotes, Greg Millings

Attendance Office .............................................................................................. ext. 39163

Social Worker...................................................................................................... ext. 39106

WALTER PANAS HIGH SCHOOL

300 Croton Avenue, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567 914-739-2823

Fax 914-739-8535

Joseph Spero, Principal ................................................................................... ext. 39202

Doris Dapaah, Assistant Principal .................................................................. ext. 39224

Samantha Sherwood, Assistant Principal ..................................................... ext. 39214

Nurse ................................................................................................................... ext. 39279

Guidance Department ...................................................................................... ext. 39222

Fax 914-739-3545

Counselors: Sonia Recuppio, Laurainne Mosca, Dale Chappelle, Chelsea Aversano, Brandon Thomas

Attendance Office .............................................................................................. ext. 39265

Social Worker ..................................................................................................... ext. 39200

TRANSPORTATION

3100 E. Main Street, Mohegan Lake, NY 10547 914-528-4445 / Fax 914-528-1839

Paul Cavaluzzi, Supervisor .............................................................................. ext. 39665

Nick Roman, Assistant Supervisor ................................................................. ext. 39660



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