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Dr. Casey Kosiorek

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Superintendent of Schools
Hilton School District
Hilton, NY

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Wednesday
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Regency D

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Casey Kosiorek Ed.D, superintendent of schools at the Hilton Central School District. Prior to that, he served as superintendent of the Byron-Bergen Central School District. Casey earned his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and Master of Science degree in education from Canisius College. He then earned his Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Leadership from The College at Brockport and his Doctorate in Educational Leadership at the University of Rochester.

Casey taught physical education and health at Royalton-Hartland Central School District. During that time, he also coached varsity football, varsity swimming, and modified track. At Le Roy Central School District’s Wolcott Street Elementary School, he served as assistant principal and then principal.

In 2017, Workplace Dynamics, in conjunction with D&C Digital, presented Casey with the Leadership Award for the Rochester Top Workplace - Large Employers. He has also been named Administrator of the Year by the School Administrators Association of New York State, was recognized for his leadership by the Genesee Valley Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, and received the Tyll van Geel Educational Leadership Award from the University of Rochester.

Casey is a member of the National Center for Education Research and Technology, and is a member of the New York State Council of School Superintendents. He has had a journal article published in CollectivEd Working Papers, a publication by the Carnegie School of Education, and is coauthor of A Quick Guide to Video Coaching: The best practice to improve the art and craft of teaching through guided reflection.

 


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