The Gloversville Board of Education chose a seasoned school administrator to be the district’s next superintendent of schools.
During executive session on June 18, the board chose Michael B. Vanyo of Saratoga Springs as the new superintendent, replacing Interim Superintendent Clifford Moses. Mr. Moses has been at the helm since July 2011, when former superintendent Robert DeLilli left to take a new position at Johnstown.
Mr. Vanyo comes to the district with five years of experience as a superintendent of schools for Liberty Central School District in Sullivan County. In addition, he served as assistant superintendent for business at Liberty, as well as business administrator for both Lake George Central School District and Hoosic Valley Central School District.
Gloversville’s Board of Education will begin negotiations with Mr. Vanyo and expects to appoint him during a special meeting next week, or during the July 2 meeting at the latest. An expected start date is Sept. 1.
"The Board of Education is looking forward to working with Mr. Vanyo and moving forward," stated Board of Education President Pete Semione.