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Superintendent Heath Georgia

Heath Georgia
Heath Georgia holds a New York State Certificate of School Building Leader and School District Leader, which he obtained in May 2008 from the State University of New York at Cortland. His dedication to the field of education is further highlighted by his M.S. Ed in Biology and General Science 7-12, as well as a B.S. in the same field, both received from SUNY Cortland. He is currently working on his doctorate at Binghamton University.   

With a significant background in district leadership, Mr. Georgia previously served as the Executive Director of Administration for the Owego Apalachin Central School District. In this role, he was a key member of the superintendent's leadership cabinet, where he oversaw personnel and human resources, acted as lead negotiator for collective bargaining, and served as a vital point of contact for various leadership teams. His responsibilities also included mentoring and supervising elementary and secondary administration, leading the district's curriculum and instruction, and managing NYSED grants for pre-K programs.

Before transitioning into administrative roles, Mr. Georgia spent nearly a decade in the classroom. He was a Science Teacher at Union-Endicott High School where he taught a variety of subjects, including Regents Biology, Advanced Placement Biology, and Chemistry. He also contributed significantly to curriculum development, including co-writing the College Board-approved AP Biology syllabus and developing the Union-Endicott Regents biology laboratory manual. Prior to that, Mr. Georgia taught Science and Math at Jennie F. Snapp Middle School.

Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, and Accountability, Sarah Miller

With a strong foundation in both the classroom and administrative roles, Sarah Miller brings with her experience leading transformative initiatives, curriculum enhancements, and a belief in the holistic development of students. Throughout the last two decades, Ms. Miller has embodied an unwavering commitment to ensuring learning for all students. 
Ms. Miller’s most recent role was as the Director of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction at Union-Endicott Central School District. Ms. Miller collaborated with teachers to shift curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices to better serve all learners. During Ms. Miller's tenure as Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology at Sidney Central School District, she supervised the creation and review of a standards-based, guaranteed, and viable curriculum, to ensure that all students receive a high-quality education. Ms. Miller's foundation as a Secondary Science Teacher profoundly shaped her educational philosophy and emphasis on ensuring success for all students. 
A learner at heart, Ms. Miller is working on a Doctorate in Education from Binghamton University. She earned a Certificate of Advanced Studies in School District Leadership from SUNY Cortland in 2013, leading to New York State Professional School District Leader Certification. Her Master of Arts in Teaching with a specialization in Earth Science was earned through Colgate University and a Bachelor of Science in Earth Systems from SUNY Empire State College. 
With a rich background in district leadership and a legacy of impactful classroom teaching, Ms. Miller has distinguished herself through her unwavering dedication to excellence, passion for innovation, and commitment to all learners.

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