Union Endicott Negotiating with Superintendent Candidate
An educator who has been working in the Union Endicott School District for the past ten years is being tapped to head the district as Superintendent.
The School Board has unanimously voted to hire assistant superintendent for business and elementary education, Nicole Wolfe as Superintendent starting July 1.
She will replace Suzanne McLeod who is moving on to Binghamton University’s Education Leadership program after working as superintendent for the past ten years.
Wolf has been an elementary school teacher, assistant principal at Owego Apalachin, elementary principal at Whitney Point and has been in administration positions at U-E since 2008.