Tenure Celebration Recognizes Dedication, Excellence

Tenure Celebration Recognizes Dedication, Excellence

The Harrison High School Performing Arts Center buzzed with excitement as Superintendent of Schools, Louis Wool welcomed family, friends and colleagues of the seventeen faculty members and six administrators who were granted tenure by the Board of Education in 2019.  Board of Educaton President, Kelly Mangan, also welcomed all in attendace and thanked the honorees for their serrvice to our children.

Dr. Wool shared his perspective about a teacher’s job, "to see the students in front of them for who they are and not be disappointed in who they are not." He acknowledged that each of the educators being honored have done that and will continue to lift up countless Harrison students throughout their careers. Each building principal echoed Dr. Wool’s acknowledgement of the honorees and shared stories of teachers’ work with our children.

Dr. Wool also remarked that the honorees earned their tenure designation after demonstrating a deep commitment to teaching and learning and an unwavering dedication to students. Tenure in Harrison is an honor and recognition that is earned and granted after many observations and demonstrating a genuine commitment to the core values of the Harrison Central School District.

Get to know the Tenure Honorees and learn about how they have made the HCSD core values come alive in their classrooms.

Click to meet the Tenure Honorees


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