Superintendent Jeremy Rich has a vision – that Central Valley will continually improve as a place of learning and as a place to work, and to become a beacon of promise for our community.
For that to happen, he developed a long-term plan. He took the board of education’s goals and broke them into four basic areas or pillars—students, community, morale, and finances. Together, they are the foundation on which we, as a school and community, will build a successful school.
To help explain the concept, we worked with Capital Region BOCES videographer Justin Cortes to create the following video: