Brian Bartalo, Superintendent of Schools, joined the Holley Central School District on July 16, 2018. Prior to that, he served as high school principal in the Hilton Central School District, a position he held since 2005. Bartalo earned his Bachelor of Science degree in special education from SUNY Buffalo State and a Master of Science degree in education from Syracuse University. He then earned his Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Leadership from The College at Brockport.
Bartalo was an assistant principal and dean of students at Hilton High School, prior to being named principal. He also taught special education at the Merton Williams Middle School in the Hilton Central School District for 10 years. During that time, he coached varsity boys' and girls' swimming as well as modified football.
Bartalo is also the director of the Genesee Valley Rotary Camp. For well over 30 years, he has dedicated service to this summer camp for children with special needs.
Bartalo and his wife, Marcia, live in Brockport with their sons, Jakob and Nathaniel.
“The Holley community has been very welcoming to me since I’ve been named Superintendent,” said Bartalo. “I look forward to working with the Board of Education, the staff and the community to further the district’s mission and to ensure the best education possible for the students of Holley. Go Hawks!”
The Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent is Connie Nenni. She may be reached at 585-638-6316, ext. 2003 or [email protected]