District Announces Middle/High School Principal
Hartford Central School District is pleased to announce that Mrs. Shelley Dupuis has been selected as the district’s next Middle/High School Principal. Mrs. Dupuis was appointed to the position at the July 8, 2019 Board of Education meeting and will begin her duties with the district on August 1, 2019.
Mrs. Dupuis has been the Elementary Principal at North Warren Central School District since July 2016, and was the Coordinator for Instruction and Curriculum Services from May 2015 - June 2016. Prior to serving North Warren, Mrs. Dupuis held the position of Curriculum and Instruction Leader for the Washington County School District Consortium from June 2014 - July 2015, and was an elementary teacher with the Hartford Central School District from November 2000 - May 2014.
"The district is extremely excited and fortunate to welcome Mrs. Dupuis back. She returns to the district with a proven track record of excellence in educational leadership, and brings a strong commitment to helping all students reach their full potential,” stated Superintendent Andrew Cook.
Mrs. Dupuis earned her Certificate of Advanced Study School Leadership from the College of Saint Rose; her Master’s of Science in Elementary Education from SUNY Plattsburgh; and her Bachelor’s of Science in Elementary Education from SUNY Cortland.
Mrs. Dupuis said, “It is with great Tanager pride and excitement that I return to Hartford to serve as the Middle/High School Principal. It is an honor to serve as principal in the district where I began my teaching career. I’m very excited about the start of the school year, and working as a team to improve teaching and learning. I look forward to listening, collaborating, and leading a wonderful group of educators and students.”
Mrs. Dupuis replaces Middle/High School Principal Brian George who left the district to assume the duties of Superintendent of School/Principal of Abraham Wing School.