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Superintendent Christopher Brown says he’s ready to lead Marcus Whitman

As a new school year begins, Christopher Brown looks at a big opportunity to lead the Marcus Whitman Central School District.

He sees himself as one of the individuals who can have a big impact on students lives. And he brings an important mix of experience – at both small and large districts.

“Of all the people who can make a change, it’s me,” he told The Chronicle-Express. He stressed the importance of making connections with students, staff and the community at large. “The kids know what they need. Say it. Ask a question,” he added in a conversation with the Express.

Brown was most-recently employed by the West Genesee district in the Syracuse-area; and had previously worked in the Hammondsport district.

He succeeds Jeramy Clingerman, who took the superintendent job in the Seneca Falls Central School District.


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