Welcome to Human Resources

  • The Human Resources Department supports the District's "Vision of Excellence" by facilitating the recruiting and hiring of enthusiastic and dedicated staff in the schools, programs and departments in the District. Working as partners in the education of our students, we provide support to our staff in areas such as benefits, labor/management relationships, graduate credits and salaries. In addition, this department is the resource for issues such as contract administration, employee leaves, resignations, retirements, postings, substitute requests and other general information.

Human Resources Staff

  • Jon Cervoni, Asst Superintendent - Administrative Operations
    Contact for Staffing issues; Labor Relations; Grievances; Negotiations; Board of Education Liaison

    Beth Johnson, Personnel Supervisor
    Primary contact for Classified staff issues (such as: classified board agenda items; classified staff leaves of absence, resignations & retirement); Civil Service process & issues;  Benefits Administrator for Classified Staff; HRA & FSA (through ProFlex); WinCap system administrator (HR)

    Kelly Conti, Principal Clerk Typist (Certificated~Administrative & Teaching Staff contact)
    Questions related to Certifications, attendance, leaves of absence, grad hours, mentoring reporting for TEACH, TRS Retirement, ARO, Certificated staff agenda items), Certificated and Administrative job postings; Prior service contact for Certificated staff

    Dawn Hoeltke, Senior Clerk Typist (Classified Staff contact)
    Questions related to applications, classified substitutes, ERS Enrollment & Membership, address changes, classified postings, Board of agenda items, new hire ID Badges (All other ID badge issues go through Technology – HelpDesk)

    Julie Layton, Senior Clerk Typist (Substitute Teachers/Attendance System contact)
    Questions related to Substitute teachers, Substitute teacher applications, RedRover automated attendance system (absences); TRS Enrollment; Employment verification for Substitute Teachers

Disclosures and Waivers

  • Teacher Qualifications

  • APPR Final Ratings

  • 211 Waivers

Employment

  • The Mission of the West Seneca Central School District is to provide a diversified educational program, which will produce literate, caring, ethical, responsible, and productive citizens.

    Our primary objective is Student Achievement with a focus on Teaching and Learning. As a result, we believe that every staff member is vital to the education process. We are looking for talented and energetic staff to join our dynamic team, and we invite you to share your commitment to excellence, creativity, and love of learning.

Title IX

  • The West Seneca Central School District is committed to an environment free from discrimination and harassment.  Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities or when making employment decisions.  The West Seneca Central School District will provide prompt and equitable resolution of complaints of sex discrimination, including sexual harassment.  The district will promptly respond to reports of sex discrimination, ensure that all investigations are conducted within a reasonably prompt time frame and under a predictable fair grievance process that provides due process protections to complainants and respondents, and impose sanctions and implement remedies when warranted.

    Title IX complaints or inquiries should be directed to the following Compliance Coordinators designated by the District's Board of Education. 

    WSCSD Policy #3421

Compliance Coordinators

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