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Welcome Mr. Taylor!
A photo of Brenton TaylorUnadilla Valley Central School District is pleased to welcome Brenton Taylor as the new Director of Curriculum and Instruction/Secondary Principal.

This position will include district wide instructional leadership responsibilities as they relate to curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

“We had several very strong candidates for the position and are very excited to have Mr. Taylor join our UV team. His experience as a principal and working knowledge of learning communities will help build on the great foundation Mr. Johnson has established,” Superintendent Mackey said.

The search process took five months and involved an extensive recruitment process and multiple Interview Committees including a Community/Student Committee.

Mr. Taylor is joining Unadilla Valley from Hancock Central School where he has been
employed as the Pre-Kindergarten – 12 Building Principal since 2012. As a career
educator, Mr. Taylor has worked in the public school system for more than a decade.

Mr. Taylor is a native of Bainbridge, N.Y., and is certified by the New York State Education Department as a School District Leader. He holds a Bachelor‘s Degree in Elementary Education from State University of New York at Oneonta; a Master’s Degree in Education from Walden University; and a Certificate of Advanced Study from the State University of New York at Cortland.

Mr. Taylor’s wife, Wendy, is an elementary teacher at Unadilla Valley. They have two children, a daughter Myriah who is a third grade student at UV, and a son Carter who is pre-school age.

“I am truly excited to join the Unadilla Valley family and am looking forward to getting to know everyone,” said Mr. Taylor.

He will replace Frank Johnson, Secondary Principal, who will retire this year after serving the New Berlin and Unadilla Valley Central School District for 34 years.
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