Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The public is welcome to speak on any school-related topics.
Parents and residents wanting to know more about what’s going on at Seneca Valley School District will get their chance Friday. Seneca Valley is hosting “Conversations with the Community” at 9 a.m. Friday, March 1 inside the LGI room at the senior high school in Jackson Township. Member of the public are welcome to speak to members of the district’s administration team on any school-related topic. Superintendent Tracy Vitale began holding the “Conversations with the Community” talks in November 2011, shortly after she was hired. This is the administration team’s fourth open forum with the public. What would you like to ask the administrators about the district? Leave your questions in the comment section below. Like Us on Facebook | Follow…
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Dr. Tracy Vitale will meet with the public at St. Ferdinand Church in Cranberry.
Parents wanting to know more about what’s going on at Seneca Valley School District will get their chance this weekend. Superintendent Tracy Vitale is continuing to hold her “Conversations with the Community” talks with the public. Vitale, who was hired as superintendent last September, will meet with residents at 11 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 2 at the St. Ferdinand's Education Center (located behind the church) on Rochester Road in Cranberry. Vitale began meeting with the public for open discussions in November 2011. If you can’t make Sunday’s forum, Vitale also is planning to hold public meetings in January, March, April and May at various locations. For a full schedule, click here. What would you like to ask Dr. Vitale about the district? Leave …
Friday, March 16, 2012
Tracy Vitale will meet with residents on Saturday in Cranberry and next week in Evans City.
Friday, March 16, 2012
Seneca Valley Superintendent Tracy Vitale is continuing to have her “Conversations with the Community” talks. Vitale, who was hired as superintendent in September, will meet with residents at noon Saturday at the Victory Family Church on Route 19 in Cranberry. Residents will have another chance to catch up with Vitale when she meets with the community again at 10 a.m. March 24 at the Main Street Grill in Evans City. Vitale began meeting with the public for open discussions in November. She also had “Conversations with the Community” events in January and February, including a combined conversation event with Cranberry Township manager Jerry Andree Jan. 28 at the Graham Central Coffee House and Café. Vitale has public meetings scheduled for…
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Informal meetings will offer township manager Jerry Andree and Seneca Valley Superintendent Tracy Vitale a chance to meet township residents.
Jerry Andree will kick off his informal coffee dates with the public for 2012 with a very special guest on Saturday. Seneca Valley Superintendent Tracy Vitale will join Andree from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Graham Central Coffee House and Café for a little Q&A with residents. Andree said he invited Vitale,who became Seneca Valley’s superintendent in September, because of the benefits he sees in meeting with the public in an informal-style setting to address issues and hear people’s concerns. This is the third year in a row Andree has met with residents for coffee. “I’ve found it to be a very positive experience,” he said. “People are very nice, and they’re very open.” Although the gatherings started off taking place in coffee shops, the …
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
School officials will vote on hiring Dr. Donald Tylinski at their next meeting.
He only just retired, but former superintendent Dr. Donald Tylinski may soon return to Seneca Valley – this time as a consultant. On Oct. 10, district officials will vote on whether to hire Tylinski as a consultant to help in the transition of newly appointed superintendent Dr. Tracy Vitale to her role in leading Seneca Valley. Under the terms of the agreement, Tylinski would work on an as-needed basis from Oct. 10 through Dec. 22. He would be paid a daily rate of $800. The contract would not exceed 40 days. A former principal at Connoquenessing Valley Elementary and Seneca Valley Middle School, Tylinski served eight years as superintendent before announcing his retirement in May. Although his official last day with the district was Sept…
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Tracy Vitale spent four years as assistant superintendent before Monday's promotion.
The search for a new Seneca Valley superintendent is over. At Monday’s school board meeting, officials unanimously voted to hire Dr. Tracy Vitale, effective Sept. 29. Vitale, who was assistant superintendent of human resources and pupil services for the last four years, was given a five-year-contract with a salary of $163,166 for the first year. She replaces Dr. Donald Tylinski, who spent eight years as superintendent before announcing his retirement in May. Although Tylinski’s official last day is Sept. 28, he used vacation time to leave the district in late August. Vitale was appointed acting superintendent last week. A former assistant principal and principal at Seneca Valley Middle School who joined the district in 2002, Vitale said …