The Fort Plain Central School District Board of Education is seeking a dedicated leader with a strong educational vision and a commitment to student achievement. Located in the historic Mohawk Valley between Albany and Utica, the district is home to a dynamic community that is supportive of its schools.
The district serves approximately 780 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Students in grades pre-K through 6 attend the Harry Hoag Elementary School, and students in grades 7-12 attend the Fort Plain Jr./Sr. High School. The schools are located less than a half mile from each other in the village of Fort Plain.
The community is proud of the district’s excellent student performance, which can be attributed to up-to-date programs and the district’s capable staff, who are dedicated to the belief that all students should be given the opportunity to learn and become productive citizens. In 2018, the Fort Plain Jr./Sr. High School was named a Silver Medal school by U.S. News and World Report.
HFM BOCES District Superintendent David Ziskin is assisting the district as the search consultant.