Parental Request of Teacher or Principal Composite Score

  • New York State Education Law stipulates that teacher and principal composite scores may only be given to the parent/legal guardian of a student.  The parent/legal guardian may only request the composite score(s) of the teacher(s) and principal their child has during the current school year.  The law also requires that the school districts verify the identity of the parent/legal guardian making the request.

    If you wish to make such a request, please follow the directions below:

    For all inquiries please contact:

    Julie Donlon, Ed.D.
    Deputy Superintendent
    (585) 344-7921
    Email the Deputy Superintendent
    Email the Superintendent


    Kathryn Zuroski
    Supervisor of Special Education
    (585) 344-7540
    Email the Supervisor

    Once you have made a verbal request, you will be sent a form that must be completed in its entirety and submitted to the appropriate contact.  The purpose of this form is to verify your request, your identity as the parent/legal guardian, as well as your understanding that this information is confidential.  Upon completion of the form, please follow the directions that will appear in the enclosed cover letter along with your request form.  You will then be scheduled, at a mutually convenient time, to review the requested composite score.

Resources for Parents and Students

  • In this age of digital communication, social media has become the medium that many students use to disclose and share information.  Many universities, colleges, and employers are searching online and social media platforms such as FaceBook to 'research' potential students and employees during the admission and interview process.  It is important is for students to monitor their online presence when searching for colleges and employment.

    Below is a link to a guide on how to protect, monitor and safeguard an individual's online presence.  
    Online Presence Reputation Guide

Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security

  • Please see the webpage to the left in regards to the Parents' Bill of Rights for Student Data Privacy and Security.