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Catherine Kacyvenski, PK-5 Elementary School Principal
Ms. Catherine Kacyvenski 
phone: 648-7580
 
Prior to being appointed as the PK-5 principal of Chenango Forks Elementary School, Ms. Kacyvenski was a principal of a neighboring middle school for approximately three years and an assistant principal at Marietta Sixth Grade Academy for five years. Prior to her administrative experience she taught 9th-12th grade English for Marietta City Schools and Cobb County Schools. 

Ms. Kacyvenski holds a Bachelor of Arts in English/Secondary Education, a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction, and a Specialist in Administration, and recently completed the coursework for the Superintendent Development Program. Ms. Kacyvenski is also a member of the State Association of Administrators of New York State.

Ms. Kacyvenski believes that building a culture of achievement within the school community is needed to facilitate high quality learning and development which is much a part of the Chenango Forks School District. She will work to create a culture of achievement through the development of positive relationships.   
Pamela Sellitto, Substitute Principal

 

 

Mrs. Sellitto retired from Union-Endicott School District, where she was the assistant principal for 2 years, the associate principal for 3 years and the high school principal for 5 years. Prior to that, she taught business in Maine-Endwell High School for 9 years and in Johnson City High School for 16 years. Since retirement she has worked in long-term administrative substitute positions at UE Elementary Schools, Jennie F Snapp Middle School and UE High School.

She received a Bachelors in Education from Bloomsburg State College and completed her Administrative Certificate at SUNY Cortland.

She has been married to her husband Mike for 43 years and has 4 children and 3 grandchildren. 

"I am honored to be working at Chenango Forks Elementary School," said Mrs. Sellitto. "I believe the safety of our students and staff is a priority in allowing the education to take place in the building. My open door policy has served me well in creating a safe and nurturing learning environment, as well as my experiences in all levels of the education system."

Hannah Elwyn, Dean of Students
 
 
Phone:  648-7580 
Contact CFE Attendance
Please notify the school on each day of the absence.  Legal absences may be documented by calling the CFE Attendance clerk, before 8:30 a.m. at 607-648-7580, option 2 or by e-mail to roskol@cforks.org. You may do so by calling any time as voice mail is on between the hours of 4 p.m. and 7 a.m. and also the entire weekend.  In the event that you do not contact the attendance office, upon returning to school after an absence or tardiness, children will need a signed note from the parent stating the reason for absence.  When writing reason for absence, it is helpful to state the specific illness, such as "sore throat" or "cold" or "upset stomach." 
1 Gordon Drive Binghamton, NY 13901  •  Phone: 607.648.7543  •  Fax: 607.648.7560
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