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RBJ 75: Private companies CEOs

James Brush President and CEO, Sentry Group Brush has served in a number of executive positions with SentrySafe since joining the company in 1986. He was chairman of the 2009 United Way campaign and serves as a trustee of St. ...

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Finding a way to restart the employment engine

The area’s largest employers gained ground overall in the last year with job increases in the private and non-profit sectors.   As a whole, the RBJ 75—the area’s top public companies, private companies and non-profit organizations—added 1,614 jobs, or 1.5 ...

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Ongoing need for budget cuts inspires creativity

The Greece Central School District has a money-saving mantra: Turn off the light on the way out.   The district has enacted an energy savings plan that mixes some common-sense measures with more complex analysis of energy systems to save ...

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Schools Report Card: Ontario County Public Schools

Bloomfield Central School District 1 Oakmount Ave. East Bloomfield, N.Y. 14443 (585) 657-6121 www.bloomfieldcsd.org Superintendent: Michael Midey Bloomfield Central School District’s motto is "All students are worthy and can learn," a simple yet effective belief that has helped the district ...

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Schools Report Card: Ontario County Private Schools

CALVARY CHAPEL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 1777 Route 332, Farmington, N.Y. 14425 (585) 398-2218 www.ccfingerlakes.org Principal: Mark Leckie Enrollment: 32 Grades taught: K-12 Coed: Yes Staff:    Number of teachers: 6    Number of other professional staff: 2 Student racial/ethnic origin:    American Indian or Alaska Native: 0/0% ...

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Schools Report Card: Monroe County Public Schools

Brighton Central  School District 2035 Monroe Ave. Rochester, N.Y. 14618 (585) 461-9670 www.bcsd.org Superintendent: Kevin McGowan Graduates of Brighton Central School District are highly successful-not only gaining admission to competitive institutions of higher learning, but earning scholarships to them as ...

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Schools Report Card: Monroe County Private Schools

ALLENDALE COLUMBIA SCHOOL 519 Allens Creek Road Rochester, N.Y. 14618 (585) 381-4560 www.allendalecolumbia.org Headmaster: David Blanchard Principals: Diana Gleeson, Hank Theuer, John Sullivan Enrollment: 388 Grades taught: Nursery – 12 Coed: Yes Median teacher salary: $44,360 Median years of teaching: 17 Yearly tuition: $6,700-$19,475 Staff:    ...

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We pull together the data, leave judgments to you

When the first Rochester Business Journal schools report card appeared six years ago, it was the biggest supplement we’d ever produced. The second edition was even larger than the first. And the third year saw yet more growth: To the ...

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Schools Report Card Index

A.D. Oliver Middle School 9 A.M. Cosgrove Middle School 41 Allen Creek Elementary School 26 Allendale Columbia School 49 Apollo Middle School 19 The Aquinas Institute of Rochester 49 Arcadia High School 20 Arcadia Middle School 20 Archangel School 49 ...

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Sources and explanations for the school data

The 2011 Schools Report Card is packed with information and data on some 250 public and private schools. Here are details about the contents of this special publication and notes on how the material was obtained. Categories In the public ...

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Locust Hill steps up as major venue

The Wegmans LPGA Championship will be a major event on the tour schedule through next year. If defending champion Cristie Kerr had a say, it would maintain that perch indefinitely.   "(The Rochester tournament) has always felt like a major, ...

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Top execs at O’Connell have provided leadership

The leadership team at O’Connell Electric Co. Inc. today is charting the future course for a company with a strong historical foundation. Here is a look at some of the firm’s key players present and past.   Walter Parkes, Chairman ...

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Firm dates back to early days of the industry

When John O’Connell started O’Connell Electric Co. Inc. in 1911, he was in the vanguard of an industry barely beyond its infancy.   It had been some 29 years since the Edison Electric Co. had built the first U.S. commercial ...

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1980 Olympics gave firm chance on the big stage

When O’Connell Electric Co. Inc. was awarded a $1.1 million job to lay a power line at Lake Placid in advance of the 1980 Olympics, it would end up being a turning point for the company, Victor Salerno recalled.   ...

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