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Raymond Ruby appointed Assistant Principal of South Glens Falls High School

August 1, 2014

Raymond RubyThe South Glens Falls Central School District Board of Education unanimously appointed Raymond Ruby to the position of Assistant Principal at South Glens Falls High School at a special called Wednesday, July 30 meeting.

Ruby will replace current Assistant Principal Kyle Lis, who is transferring from the high school to become Assistant Principal at Oliver W. Winch Middle School. Tom Anguish, the Assistant Principal at OWWMS is set to retire at the end of August. Ruby will begin working for the school district on Sept. 2, 2014.

“We are looking forward to welcoming Ray to our district leadership team,” said Superintendent of Schools Michael Patton. “Ray has a very strong curriculum and instructional leadership background and is very excited to begin working with our high school students, staff and parents.”

Ruby was the Assistant Principal at Mayfield Junior-Senior High School prior to accepting the SGF position. He has been an educator since 1994 and has also worked as a high school math teacher, curriculum coordinator, educational technologist, and was the Executive Director at the Eastern New York Regional School Support Center. He is a graduate of Castleton State College, and received a Master of Science in Natural Sciences/Mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He later received a certificate of advanced study in educational leadership and administration from The College of Saint Rose.

“My family and I have been a part of this community for 11 years and it has always been a goal for me to join the South Glens Falls leadership team,” Ruby said. “I have been given a tremendous opportunity to work with an amazing group of people and I am looking forward to contributing to the tradition of excellence at South High. I am very grateful for the chance to work with Ms. Biviano, and am anxious to start the process of meeting and learning with our staff and students.”

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