CLINTON, NY — The Clinton Central School District School Board announced its new superintendent, Christopher Clancy, on Tuesday.
Clancy had a long list of qualifications before landing his position with Clinton’s district. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University, in Inclusive Elementary and Special Education and his Master of Science degree from Plattsburgh State University, in Curriculum and Instruction, as well as a Certificate of Education. Advanced Studies in Educational Leadership.
He is currently the Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Special Programs for the Canastota Central School District since 2020.
“I am thrilled to join the Clinton family as the next Superintendent of Schools. Throughout the interview process, it became clear to me that the staff, students, families and community care deeply about their school. and their students. Clinton is a community that is steeped in tradition and excellence, and I look forward to working with everyone to continue that tradition and contribute to a strong educational program for all of our students,” said Clancy.
His first day with the Clinton District is set for Nov. 14. He was chosen by the board to replace Dr. Steve Grimm, who retired at the end of the past school year.
The Clinton Board of Education plans to arrange a meeting with Clancy at a later date.