The Elizabethtown-Lewis-Westport Central School District (ELWCSD) Board of Education announces a search for a Superintendent of Schools. The Board is seeking an outstanding educational leader committed to supporting and promoting a climate of excellence for students, faculty, staff and the Elizabethtown-Lewis-Westport community.
ELWCSD is a new school district, created through the successful merger of the Elizabethtown-Lewis CSD and the Westport CSD. The merger was a result of a thorough process spanning over five years and concluded with an overwhelming positive vote of approval. The new district and school community are excited to build on their strong educational traditions of excellence and to move forward as a united school community into the future.
The district consists of two school buildings, one in Westport and one in Elizabethtown with approximately 459 students enrolled in grades PreK-12. Elizabethtown, Lewis and Westport (www.elwcsd.org) are located in Upstate New York in the Adirondacks, approximately 35 miles south of Plattsburgh and 25 miles east of Lake Placid, New York, as well as within close proximity to Montreal and Burlington, VT. The desired start date is July 1, 2019. ELWCSD is an equal opportunity employer/affirmative action employer.
The Board has appointed Dr. Mark Davey, District Superintendent from Champlain Valley Educational Services (CVES BOCES) to lead the Search process. Qualified applicants interested in applying should submit the following by the May 1, 2019, application deadline:
a letter of application,
a current resumé,
a completed application form,
three current letters of recommendation, and
NYS SDA/SDL certification
Materials and all inquiries should be directed to:
Dr. Mark C. Davey, District Superintendent
P.O. Box 455
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
(518) 561-0100 Ext. 211
About Champlain Valley Educational Services (CVES)
Champlain Valley Educational Services (CVES)provides career preparation, special education, instructional services, administrative support and professional development for educators, and is a valuable source of assistance to its 17 component school districts.