NEW CASTLE — Here are the people who will be leading your school districts in 2014.
501 Crescent Ave.
Superintendent: Frank Aloi
Assistant superintendent: Joseph Mancini
High school principal: Kirk Lape
Assistant high school principals: John Sovich, Mark Frengel
Elementary principals: Christine Gibson, Frank Keally
Board president: Anthony Buzzelli
Vice president: Michael Neupauer
Other members: Renee Pitrelli, Matthew Morella, Leroy J. Cortez, George Garda, Jennifer J. Grossman, Kathleen A. Pansera and Robert R. Stevenson
MEETINGS: 7 p.m. on the second Thursday in the high school board room. Committee-of-the-whole work sessions are at 7 p.m. on the Mondays preceding the regular meetings.
2497 Harlansburg Road
Superintendent: Dr. Sandra Hennon
Principals: Kevin Mahoney and Daniel Svirbly
Board president: Timothy Redfoot
Vice president: Justin Kirkwood
Other members: Christopher Donegan, Jeff Hammerschmidt, Lance Nimmo, Kevin Patterson, Steven Sickafuse, David Smith and Earl Williams
MEETINGS: 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday in the board conference room with the following exceptions: June 17, July 15 and Dec. 2. Committee-of-the-whole work sessions will be at 7 p.m. in the conference room on the Wednesdays preceding the regular meeting. There will be no committee-of-the-whole work sessions in July or December.
Superintendent: Kathleen Kwolek
Assistant superintendent: Lorree Houk
Principals: Raymond Omer, high school; Greg Ferencak, assistant high school; Brad Meehan, elementary; George Sperdute, assistant elementary
Board president: Ted Morrow
Vice president: Mark Hiler
Other members: Eugene A. Butch Jr., James Capalbo, Stephen Cardella, Harry Curatola, Lori Griffin, Jonathan Laughner and Scott Singer
MEETINGS: 8 p.m. on the second Monday of each month, committee-of-the-whole meetings are 7:30 p.m. on the first Monday. Both meet in the board room at the high school. Exceptions include the board and committee meeting rescheduled for Jan. 13 and 20, June meeting on the 16th because of the 30-day window required for budget review. No meetings are scheduled for July. The Oct. 14 and the Dec. 8 meeting will begin at 6 p.m.