New roles for Bloomfield school administrators

Some administrative changes are being made in the Bloomfield Central School District.

The Board of Education, at its reorganizational meeting Tuesday, approved appointing Nicholas Fargnoli as principal of Bloomfield Elementary School and Scott Donnelly as district business administrator.

Donnelly replaces Kimberly Rohring, who left the district at the end of the school year. Fargnoli is filling the position Donnelly is leaving.

Superintendent Andy Doell said the assistant principal/middle school coordinator position Fargnoli held is being restructured into a director of instructional techology and staff development position that will soon be advertised.

He said plans call for applications to be in by August 3 with interviews conducted during the week of Aug. 13 and a possible appointment made at the Aug. 20 board meeting.

The board also re-elected Pamela Nakoski as its president and James Spelman as vice president. There were no changes to board membership as a result of school elections in May. The only seat that was up was the one held by Caroline Nevil, and she ran unopposed.

Prior to his appointment as elementary principal, Fargnoli served the Bloomfield Central School District as the 6-12 assistant principal/coordinator of Middle School since July 1, 2016.

Daily Messenger:
Read More

Also on FingerLakes1.com