HAMBURG — Margaret Jones-Carey of Hamburg has been appointed to the position of assistant superintendent of the Randolph Academy Union Free School District. Jones-Carey previously served as principal at Randolph Academy’s Hopevale Campus.
In her new role, she will oversee implementation of the district’s teacher evaluation plan and all federal grant programs.
“Margie possesses the ideal experience and skill set for leading this important initiative that has direct impact on student instruction,” said Superintendent Lori DeCarlo.
Jones-Carey earned a bachelor’s degree from St. Bonaventure University and a Master of Science degree at Nazareth College.
Her post-graduate studies in educational administration were completed at the State University of New York at Brockport and she is currently completing her doctorate in education at D’Youville College.
She is the state level vice president for the professional association Learning Forward New York, is an adjunct professor at Canisius College and is a member of the Erie County Youth Advisory Board.
Randolph Academy is a public special act school district that provides educational services for students with disabilities at its two campuses in Hamburg and Randolph. Visit www.randolphacademy.org