Sandra Davis Appointed as High School Assistant Principal
The Whitesboro Central School District would like to welcome one of its newest faculty members, Sandra Davis, who has been appointed as the new assistant principal at the high school. Davis will fill the position previously held by Chris O’Neil, who has been appointed as director of Pupil Personnel Services.
Davis attended Proctor High School in Utica and went on to earn her bachelor’s degree at SUNY Polytechnic Institute, her master’s degree in school counseling from The College of St. Rose, and her Certificate of Advanced Study from SUNY Cortland.
Davis previously worked as a school counselor in the Utica City School District for five years, then went on to work as a school counselor in the Oneida City School District for four years. During the last three years, she served as director of guidance in Oneida.
Residing in Marcy, where she lives with her husband, daughter, stepson and two dogs, she’s excited to join her daughter as a Whitesboro Warrior, and she’s looking forward to a great year at Whitesboro High School.
Congratulations to Mrs. Davis on her new position, and welcome to the Whitesboro Central School District!