Bishop Kearney High School announces the following new hires: Lauren Bujnicki; Chaislyn Burgio; William Geraci; Ray Istas; Frank Marra; and Jenny Ryan.
Bujnicki has been hired as school counselor working with middle school and high school students. She spent the last three years as a school counselor in the Trumansburg Central School District. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in counseling and human development from the University of Rochester.
Burgio has been hired as an enrollment specialist. She previously served as the assistant women’s ice hockey and goaltending coach for the Oswego States. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Massachusetts Boston and is working on her master’s degree in higher education from Merrimack College.
Geraci has been hired as principal. He previously served as a principal for 14 years in the Gates Chili Central School District. He has a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in education from the University of Rochester.
Istas has been hired as the athletic director. He previously served as athletic director at Allendale Columbia. He as a bachelor’s degree in physical education from the College at Brockport and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Salem International University.
Marra has been hired media production teacher. He brings a multitude of teaching experience to the role, previously serving at Rochester Institute of Technology, the University of Maryland, Ithaca College and Cornell University. He has a bachelor’s degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, a master’s degree from the University of Florida and a doctorate from the University of Maryland.
Ryan has been hired as an enrollment specialist. She previously played professional women’s hockey for the Metropolitan Riveters of the National Women’s Hockey League. She has a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology-exercise movement science from the University of Wisconsin.
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