The Oswego County Board of Cooperative Educational Services welcomed the arrival of a new district superintendent.
Christopher Todd began his post at the start of June. He was appointed earlier this school year following a recruitment process that spanned several months and included input from component school districts, students, staff, and community partners.
Selected from a field of candidates, BOCES Board of Education President John Shelmidine said, “Mr. Todd brings a fresh sense of excitement and energy to our organization and I am excited about working closely with him as we move forward with our capital improvement project.”
“This is an exciting time for education,” said Todd. “Conversations at the state level indicate an understanding of multiple pathways for success for our students. This speaks to the heart of BOCES’ programming.”
Prior to his appointment at Oswego County BOCES, Todd served as the superintendent of schools at the Oakfield-Alabama Central School District, a position he held since 2007.
In addition to his superintendency, Todd’s tenure in education includes experience as a classroom teacher, high school principal, middle school principal as well as a career and technical education principal with the Franklin-Essex BOCES.