GENESEO – The Board of Education and Superintendent Tim Hayes have agreed to extend his contract for two years.
According to a press release from Geneseo Central Schools, Hayes’ current contract was due to expire at the end of the 2016-2017 school year, and the Board of Education approved an addendum on May 3 that extends the contract until June 2019.
“The extension of Mr. Hayes’s contract can rightly be interpreted as a vote of confidence in his leadership, and as a desire for our District to continue on its current path,” said Board of Education President Steve Miskell. “The Board remains steadfast in the District’s established goals for early literacy and Advanced Placement participation, as well as a focused and responsible vision for the future, as articulated in our strategic plan. The Board’s vote of confidence extends to the faculty and staff we have in place now, to carry out our Mission to enable all members of our school community to become life-long learners and valued contributors to a global society.”
Hayes has been Superintendent of the Geneseo Central School District for nine, going on 10 years. He also served for four years as the Middle School/High School Principal and seven years as a science teacher for the District.
Hayes also spent time as a science teacher in the Letchworth Central School District and a high school administrator in the Avon Central School District.
“I am delighted to continue in my role as Superintendent at Geneseo Central,” said Hayes. “Our school community at Geneseo is focused on providing exceptional learning experiences for our students. I appreciate the vote of confidence from the Board of Education for the good work that our entire staff is doing on behalf of the children in the District.”