Sharon Smith appointed Lyndonville interim superintendent
Press Release, Lyndonville Central School
LYNDONVILLE – The Lyndonville Board of Education formally appointed Sharon Smith as the district’s interim superintendent during Monday’s board meeting.
Mrs. Smith has been Lyndonville’s director of Instruction and Student Services for the last two years. Her focus has been on the district’s students and families and ensuring best-practice, individualized educational services and strategies are implemented to ensure the highest level of student achievement.
“Sharon is a true asset to our district,” said BOE President Theodore Lewis. “She takes the time to really connect with and understand our students and families. We believe she will do a great job as our interim superintendent.”
Previously, Mrs. Smith worked as Kendall’s elementary principal for seven years. She also was a curriculum coordinator for Frontier Schools and assistant principal, and CIO and grants coordinator for Newfane schools. Prior to her administrative career, she worked as an elementary teacher for 22 years.
“I am honored to be appointed as interim superintendent of Lyndonville Central Schools,” she said. “I have been fortunate to work with, and learn from, Jason Smith, and I wish him the very best. I promise the community, the students, the faculty and staff to give my best every day in fulfilling our vision to strive to lead in academic excellence, safety and community pride.”
Mrs. Smith will begin serving as interim superintendent on Jan. 3, when Jason Smith leaves for his new position as superintendent for Batavia CSD. The Board will continue with its search for a superintendent for the district.