Meet the Administrators

Meet the Administrators

Homer Brink Administration

William Dundon, Homer Brink Principal

William Dundon has been principal at Homer Brink Elementary School since 2009. Before becoming principal, Mr. Dundon was the school’s assistant principal, a position he held for 6.5 years.
 
Mr. Dundon received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics/Business Economics from State University of New York at Potsdam, and his Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Physical Education from State University of New York at Cortland. He received a Master of Science in Education in Physical Education and a Certification of Advanced Study in School District Administration, both from State University of New York at Cortland.
 
Mr. Dundon is a volunteer coach for the Maine-Endwell Little League baseball and softball programs, and for the Maine-Endwell Hoops basketball program.

Molly Goosman, Homer Brink Assistant Principal

Molly Goosman is the Homer Brink assistant principal. Mrs. Goosman is a former Homer Brink teacher. She comes back to Maine-Endwell after serving as an assistant principal in the Johnson City School District, most recently at the district’s Middle School.

Mrs. Goosman received her Bachelor of Science degree in Art and Children’s Programs from Empire State College, and her Master of Science degree in Elementary Education from Elmira College. She earned her School District and Building Leader certification from the State University of New York at Cortland.

Mrs. Goosman is married and has three children.

The Role of the Elementary School Principal

Maine-Endwell’s elementary school principals oversee all aspects of elementary education and programs and are liaisons for their building, reporting directly to the Superintendent of Schools and the Board of Education. Principals are involved in all aspects of curriculum, programs, and decisions pertaining to early kindergarten through fifth grade.
 
They oversee all elementary New York State testing, all student assessments, goals, professional staff and non-instructional staff observations and evaluations (APPR). They provide professional development opportunities for staff, and are members of, and oversee, all committees involved in elementary programs.
 
Other principal duties include, but are not limited to:
 
  • Building Level DASA (Dignity for All Students Act) Compliance Officer
  • Oversee Aspects of Day-to-Day Operations of the Building
  • Creation and Implementation of Building Schedules
  • Oversight of Building Security & Student Safety
  • Building-Level Personnel Hiring
  • Maintaining School Web Page
  • Student Discipline
  • Parent Relations
  • Represent Building at Board of Education and BOCES Meetings; Presentations to Board of Education
  • Work with PTA groups
  • Field Trips
  • Create and Oversee Building Budget
  • Staff Mentoring
  • Implementation and Oversight of District Policies
  • Implementation and Oversight of Building Policies
  • Oversee District’s Universal Pre-K Program (assistant principal)

Contact

Bill Dundon:  wdundon@me.stier.org
 
Molly Goosman:  mgoosman@me.stier.org
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