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Clarkstown Superintendent Resigns Effective June 30

Dr. Keller-Cogan notifies parents and staff she is leaving the district.

Clarkstown Superintendent Resigns Effective June 30

Clarkstown School District Superintendent Margaret Keller-Cogan sent the following email to parents and staff Tuesday afternoon. 

 

March 13, 2012

Dear Parents, Staff and Community,

I am writing to announce my departure from Clarkstown Central effective June 30, 2012.  I have been hired as Head of School in an independent school in upstate New York. I will begin my work there in early July.

In the six years I have been in Clarkstown, it has been my privilege to work alongside a gifted staff on behalf of talented and exceptional young people.  I am so very grateful for the opportunities I have been given and the support I have received.   These have allowed us to make the gains that we have as a school system.  On a daily basis I find myself celebrating the successes I see around me.

I would like to thank you for all you have done to support the children of Clarkstown and me by allowing me to lead such a respected school district.

Sincerely,
Dr. Meg Keller-Cogan
Superintendent of Schools

In reaction to the resignation announcement, Clarkstown Town Supervisor Alex Gromack said Keller-Cogan worked "tirelessly" for the district.

Here's Gromack's statement:

"Superintendent Dr. Margaret Keller Cogan worked tirelessly on behalf of the children of the Clarkstown Central School District.  We certainly forged a good cooperative relationship between the Town and the School.  I respect her decision and wish her much success in the future."


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