Ogdensburg’s Kevin Kendall officially hired to replace outgoing school super


Ogdensburg’s Kevin Kendall officially hired to replace outgoing school super

OGDENSBURG — The Ogdensburg City School District has formally hired Kevin Kendall to replace outgoing Superintendent Timothy M. Vernsey. He will be paid a salary of $140,000 annually.Mr. Kendall, who emerged as the sole finalist for the job in recent months, currently serves as the Ogdensburg district’s Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Technology.“Mr. Kendall is an excellent choice to lead the Ogdensburg City School District into the future,” said Mr. Vernsey. “His experiences as a teacher, building principal and assistant superintendent have allowed him to build the skills required to successfully navigate the position of superintendent of schools. I wish him the best of success in helping to continue a long-standing tradition of excellence.”The school district’s board of education voted unanimously to hire Mr. Kendall earlier this week.School officials announced last month that Mr. Kendall had emerged as the sole finalist and was poised to become the next superintendent for the Ogdensburg City School District.On Feb. 12, Mr. Kendall gave a presentation to the board and to members of the community, spelling out his plans for moving into the superintendent’s position, if hired.Mr. Kendall has held his current position since July 1, 2013. He served as the secondary principal for grades 7 and 8 from July 2009 through June 2013 and secondary assistant principal for grades 9 through 12 from August 2007 through July 2009.He began his career as a secondary mathematics teacher in the Ogdensburg City School District in 1999, according to school officials.
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Ogdensburg’s Kevin Kendall officially hired to replace outgoing school super

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