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Superintendent
 
Dear District Residents:
     Over the course of the past several months I have been involved in conversations with Rande Richardson from the Northern New York Community Foundation about establishing an educational foundation for Copenhagen Central School.   I am pleased to announce that last month that foundation was established and below is the press release signifying that event.
Copenhagen Central School District Establishes Educational Foundation
     The Northern New York Community Foundation is pleased to announce that an educational foundation has been formally established in partnership with the Copenhagen Central School District. The Copenhagen Central School District Educational Foundation will be a permanent, charitable resource to enrich the educational opportunities for the students of the District both now and in perpetuity.
     The newly formed educational foundation will provide a more formalized and structured way for accepting gifts from donors either during their lifetimes or through their legacy and estate planning. It will support and enhance innovative programs and initiatives that would not likely be funded through other means and provide increased opportunities to create greater community linkages. It also provides donors with a way to tailor their giving to support specific areas of interest within the District.
     “We’re so excited to be partnering with the Community Foundation. It is an honor to be part of this prestigious organization. They were so helpful in guiding us through the process of developing the Copenhagen Central School District Educational Foundation,” said Scott N. Connell, Copenhagen Superintendent of Schools. “The potential of our foundation is limitless and I know this will be something that will benefit the entire Copenhagen School community for many years to come,” said Mr. Connell.
     The assets shall be held, invested, and managed by the Northern New York Community Foundation, on behalf of the Copenhagen Central School District. The District is the most recent addition to the Community Foundation’s family of funds administered on behalf of schools. Currently, the Community Foundation has formal partnerships with 15 school districts in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties. Many of those partnerships also involve long-term stewardship of endowed scholarship funds. “We are honored to have the opportunity to work with Mr. Connell and the Copenhagen Central School District. Community Foundations and school districts make natural partners and we consider ourselves fortunate whenever we have the chance to be part of aligning donors with their interests and passions,” said Rande S. Richardson, Community Foundation executive director.
     Individuals, families, organizations, businesses, and alumni that are interested in obtaining additional information regarding the Copenhagen Central School District Educational Foundation, may contact the Community Foundation at (315) 782-7110.
 
       
     
The Copenhagen Central School District recently completed an agreement to formally establish an education foundation. Seated (L-R): Alfred Tomaselli, Board of Education member; Scott Connell, Superintendent of Schools; standing (L-R): Rande Richardson, Community Foundation executive director and April Fallon, Community Foundation coordinator of partnerships.
 
                                                                    Sincerely,
                                                                    Scott N. Connell
                                                                    Superintendent of Schools
 
 
Superintendent's Message
The Assistant Principal, Pamela L. Ratliff, Copenhagen Central School, P.O. Box 30, Copenhagen, NY 13626 (315-688-4411)is the Coordinator for the Dignity for All Students Act.
The Guidance Counselor, Copenhagen Central School, P.O. Box 30, Copenhagen, NY 13626 (315-688-2573) is the Alternate Coordinator for the Dignity for All Students Act.
Contacts
+ Connell, Scott
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