Fabius-Pompey Central School District
Timothy P. Ryan, Superintendent of Schools
1211 Mill Street
Fabius, NY 13063
Phone (315) 683-5301
Fax (315) 683-5827
It is on the behalf of the Fabius-Pompey Board of Education, the faculty, staff and administration that I welcome our returning students as well as new students and families to the 2019-2020 school year. Classes will begin on September 4. As students and staff return, they will notice a number of new staff members as well as changes to both school buildings.
The District would like to extend our warmest welcome to our newest staff members: Sarah Hager – Elementary Counselor, Joshua Eassa – English Teacher, Emily Daoreuang – English as a New Language Teacher, Sara Marlow – Special Education Teacher, Kelly Bell and Erika Randall – Food Service Helpers, and Chad Becken – Maintenance. They are joining a strong team that is working hard every day to bring the best opportunities to students. Look for photographs and biographies of our newest staff members in the September newsletter.
There was excellent progress toward the completion of the District’s Capital Project. We anticipate that the vast majority of work will be completed by the first day of school. At that point, the remainder will be finished during after-school hours. Much of this project involved replacing aspects of the buildings that quite simply had worn out over time. Drafty windows in the Elementary School, eroding exterior concrete steps, weathered mortar joints and damaged floor tile have all been included. The locker rooms and weight rooms have been updated, and a forty-year-old roof-top unit responsible for circulating air and heating has been replaced. The most stunning part of the renovation in the Elementary School are the cafeteria and kitchen. Both have been completely redesigned to be light, open and an inspirational space for students and staff alike. And although the ceilings, walls and lighting are all new, the gym floor has been sanded and refinished to provide the warm feeling of hardwood while giving a nod to the heritage of the building. This project has been a tremendous amount of work in a short time frame, and I would like to thank Mr. Mahunik, the School Business Administrator, and Rick Clancy, Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds, for the diligence and expertise they demonstrated during this process.
Over the next ten months, students will experience tremendous growth in every area, from academics, to the arts, to athletics to community service. I encourage you to regularly visit the District’s website for scheduled events and attend any that peak your interest. The students always appreciate the opportunity to share their interests and talents with the community.