Lewiston-Porter Central School District

Lewiston-Porter Central School District, colloquially referred to as "Lew-Port", is a school district in the towns of Lewiston, New York and Porter, New York, about 15 miles (24 km) from Niagara Falls, New York.

Lewiston-Porter Central School District
Address
4061 Creek Road

,
14174

United States
Coordinates43.215854°N 79.017475°W / 43.215854; -79.017475
Information
Funding typePublic
MottoAiming Higher
Established1947
SuperintendentPaul J. Casseri
Facultyunder 175
GradesK-12
Enrollmentaround 2,100
Color(s)Kelly green and White          
MascotLancer
NicknameLew-Port
Websitehttps://www.lew-port.com/

District

Lewiston-Porter educates students from Youngstown, Lewiston, and Ransomville, New York. The district encompasses approximately 54 square miles (140 km2) in northern Niagara County, on the shores of Lake Ontario and bordering on the Niagara River. Centralized in 1947, the district is contained in the towns of Lewiston and Porter. About 70% of the district's taxable property falls within the Town of Lewiston, while the Town of Porter makes up approximately 30% of the assessed value of the district. The district contains five main structures:

  • District Offices
  • Primary building (grades K-2)
  • Intermediate building (grades 3-5)
  • Middle School (grades 6-8)
  • High School (grades 9-12)

As of June 2015, Lewiston-Porter enrolled 2,077 students in K-12 with 12 pupils per teacher. The district had expenditures of $42,234,808 and spending per pupil of $19,241.[1] The superintendent of Lewiston-Porter is Paul J. Casseri

As of 2015, Lewiston-Porter students were:[2]

  • Female students: 48.21%
  • Male students: 51.79%
  • White students: 92.93%
  • Black students: 1.77%
  • Hispanic students: 2.20%
  • Asian students: 1.48%
  • Native American students: 0.81%
  • Multiracial students: 0.81%
  • Gini-Simpson diversity index: 13.53%
  • Living with both parents: 74.76%
  • Economically disadvantaged: 17.25%
  • Youth poverty rate: 7.69%

In 2014[3] Lewiston-Porter Central School District was the highest ranked school district (including both public and private high schools) in Niagara Country, and 9th overall in Western New York, in terms of overall academic performance. In 2015,[4] Lewiston-Porter was rated 10th best in Western New York and 2nd in Niagara Country, behind Starpoint Central School District.

Administration

  • Mr. Paul J. CasseriSuperintendent
  • Dr. Patricia GrupkaAssistant Superintendent for Administrative Services
  • Dr. Heather Lyon;Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction & Technology
  • Dr. Barbara GodshallDirector of Special Education
  • Mr. Paul FeathersDirector of Facilities/Operations
  • Mr. Nicholas HillDirector of Technology

Board of Education

  • Ms. Jodee RiordanPresident (2019)
  • Mr. Lance DicksonVice President (2020)
  • Ms. Cindy Duke (2018)
  • Ms. Gemma Fournier (2018)
  • Mr. Matthew Mariglia (2019)
  • Ms. Sarah Roat Waechter (2020)
  • Ms. Betty VanDenBosch-Warrick (2018)

History

Selected Former Superintendents

  • Mr. Tobias J. Collins1950-?
  • Dr. Jerry J. Herman?-1972
  • Mr. E.K. Stevens [interim]1972 (Assistant Superintendent - Lewiston-Porter Central School District, returned to position)
  • Dr. Daniel Healey
  • Dr. Gail M. Stephens1985-1988 (Superintendent - Whitmore Lake Public Schools[5], fired[6])
  • Dr. Walter S. Polka1990-2003 (Assistant Superintendent for Instruction - Lewiston-Porter Central School District[7], retired[8])
  • Mr. Whitney K. Vantine2003-2005 (Superintendent - Union Springs Central School District[9], named Superintendent of Cold Spring Harbor School District[10])
  • Mr. Donald W. Rappold [interim]2005-2008 (Assistant Superinendent - Lewiston-Porter Central School District, returned to position[11])
  • Mr. R. Christopher Roser2008-2015 (Superintendent - Avoca Central School District[11], retired)

Schools

High school

Lewiston-Porter High School
Information
Interim PrincipalWhitney Vantine
Vice PrincipalJohn E. Evert
Grades9-12
WebsiteLewiston-Porter High School

Lewiston-Porter High School serves Grades 9-12. The current interimprincipal is Dr. Whitney Vantine, and the assistant principal is Mr. John Evert.[12]. The high school has a large gymnasium, a pool on the second floor, a large auditorium, and 3 floors of classrooms. Several sections of the high school underwent extensive renovation and remodeling, concluding in 2016.

Over 40 percent of the students participate in interscholastic sports. There are over 30 extracurricular opportunities for students to explore many different interests. Lew-Port High School has a China exchange program where students go to live with a volunteered family, and teachers and students of China live in Lewiston for 6-month period of time. Lew-Port has formed relationships with sister high schools in Italy, Argentina, France, China, Belgium, and England. 98.4% of Lewiston Porter High School students complete high school, and 84% of the students will further their education in a college setting.

History

Lewiston-Porter High School began construction in 1950, and opened in September 1952.

Former Principals
  • Mr. Harry K. Blakeslee1947-1960 (Principal - Lewiston High School, named Director of Health/Physical Education for Lewiston-Porter Central School District)
  • Mr. Paul W. Haley1960-1967 (Biology teacher - Lewiston Porter High School, unknown)
  • Mr. James W. Davis1967-1971 (unknown, named Assistant Principal for Instruction at Lewiston-Porter Central School District)
  • Mr. Theodore Wodzinski1971-1974
  • Dr. Glenn Leis1974-1980 (Principal - Newton High School, killed[13])
  • Mr. William H. Hockaday1980-1986
  • Dr. Richard A. Maratto1986-1990 (Principal – Kensington High School, named Principal of Iroquois High School)
  • Dr. Roberta J. Love1990-2002 (Assistant Principal – Williamsville North High School, retired)
  • Mr. Michael J. Gallagher2002-2005 (Principal – North Collins Junior/Senior High School, named Principal of Hamburg High School)
  • Mr. Paul Casseri2005-2015 (Principal – South Park High School, named Superintendent of Lewiston-Porter Central School District)
  • Mr. Andrew Auer2015-2017 (Principal - Lewiston-Porter Intermediate Center, named Principal of Lewiston-Porter Middle School)
  • Mr. Jared D. Taft2017-2019 (Vice Principal - Lackawanna High School, named Principal of Alexander Elementary School)
Former Assistant Principals
  • Mr. George E. Decker1969-1971 (Math teacher - Lewiston Porter Central school, named Guidance Counselor of Lewiston-Porter High School)
  • Dr. Donald Yates1971-1974 (Social Studies teacher - Lewiston Porter Junior/Senior High School, named Curriculum Coordinator of Lewiston-Porter Central School District)
  • Mr. William T. McQuay1974-1987 (Guidance Counselor - Lewiston-Porter High School, retired)
  • Mr. Vance G. Agee1985-2001 (German teacher - Pembroke Junior/Senior High School, retired)
  • Mr. Gerald W. Tucker1987-1990 (unknown, named Principal of North Elementary School[14])
  • Ms. Mary Louise Oravec1990-1993 (Librarian - Lewiston-Porter High School, named Assistant Principal of Lewiston-Porter Middle School)
  • Mr. James A. Condino1993-1996 (Health teacher - Lewiston-Porter High School, laid off)
  • Mr. Kevin M. MacDonald 1996-1998 (Social Studies teacher - Lewiston-Porter High School, named Principal of Royalton-Hartland High School)
  • Mr. John Diodate2005-2008 (2nd grade teacher – Lewiston-Porter Primary Center, named Principal of Wilson Elementary School)

Academics

Lew-Port High School is accredited by the Middle States Association Commission on Secondary Schools.[15]

Schedule

Period Start End
Period 17:448:31
Period 28:359:17
Period 39:2110:03
Period 410:0710:49
Period 510:5311:35
Period 611:3912:21
Period 712:251:07
Period 81:111:53
Period 91:572:39

Middle school

Lewiston-Porter Middle School
Information
PrincipalAndrew M. Auer
Asst. PrincipalAlan J. Ingraham
Grades6-8
WebsiteLewiston-Porter MS

Lewiston-Porter Middle School houses grades 6-8. The current principal is Mr. Andrew Auer, and the assistant principal is Mr. Alan Ingraham.

The middle school contains a gymnasium with a retractable batting cage, a cafeteria/auditorium, and one floor of classrooms.

History

Lewiston Porter Middle School opened in 1957 as "Lewiston Early Secondary School."

Former Principals
  • Mr. E.K. Stevens1957-1960 (Guidance Counselor - Lewiston-Porter Junior/Senior High School, named Director of Secondary Education of Lewiston-Porter Central School District)
  • Mr. Robert H. Cunningham1960-1976 (Teacher - Lewiston-Porter Junior/Senior High School, retired)
  • Dr. Dennis M. Tosetto?-2002
  • Ms. Jill A. Sherman2002-2005 (Principal – Jefferson Middle School, named Principal of Cleveland Hill High School)
  • Mr. Vincent P. Dell'Oso2005-2010 (Dean of Students – Lewiston-Porter Middle School, named Principal of West Seneca East Middle School)
  • Mrs. Karen Cuddy-Miller2010-2012 (Staff and Curriculum Developer – Erie 1 BOCES, named Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction of Grand Island Central School District)
  • Dr. Dean R. Ramirez2012-2017 (Assistant Principal – Maryvale High School, named Principal of Iroquois High School)
Former Assistant Principals
  • Mr. Lloyd Alexander1967-1969
  • Mrs. Arline W. Gidlow1969-1970 (Guidance Counselor - Lewiston-Porter Junior High School, returned to position)
  • Mr. William M. Hockaday1970-? Physical Education teacher - Niagara-Wheatfield High School, unknown)
  • Ms. Mary Louise Oravec1993-1996 (Assistant Principal - Lewiston-Porter High School, laid off[16])
  • Mr. Andrew Krazimen2012-2015 (Social Studies teacher – Maryvale High School, named Director of Curriculum and Instruction of Lewiston-Porter Central School District)
  • Mrs. Tina Rodriguez2015-2017 (Kindergarten teacher - Lewiston-Porter Primary Center, named Principal of Lewiston-Porter Intermediate School)
  • Mr. Nicholas D. Hill2017-2019 (unknown, named Director of Technology of Lewiston-Porter Central School District)

Academics

Schedule

Period Beginning End
Homeroom7:507:53
Period 17:558:34
Period 28:389:18
Period 39:2210:02
Period 410:0610:46
Advisory10:5011:20
Grade 6 Lunch11:2311:43
Period 5E11:2312:03
Period 5L11:4712:27
Grade 8 Lunch12:0712:27
Period 6E12:0712:47
Period 6L12:311:11
Grade 7 Lunch12:511:11
Period 71:151:55
Period 81:592:38

Intermediate Education Center

Lewiston-Porter Intermediate Education Center
Information
PrincipalTina Rodriguez
Grades3-5
WebsiteLewiston-Porter Intermediate Education Center

Lewiston-Porter Intermediate Education Center (formerly South Elementary School[17]) serves Grades 3-5. The principal is Mrs. Tina Rodriguez.

The "IEC" as it is called by students and teachers, has a large gymnasium that can be divided, a large cafeteria known as the "Lancer Inn", two floors of classrooms and a one-story wing with music and art rooms facing east.

History

The school's named changed from South Elementary to Lewiston-Porter Intermediate Center in 2002[18].

Selected former principals

Previous assignment and reason for departure denoted in parentheses

  • Dr. Kenneth A. Skowronski?-1997 (unknown, retired)
  • Mr. Gerald W. Tucker1997-2002 (Principal - North Elementary School[14], retired[17]
  • Mr. David G. Livingston2002-2005 (5th Grade teacher - Errick Road Elementary School[17], retired[19])
  • Ms. Tamara Larson2005-2010 (Coordinator of Youth Development/Pupil Support Services – Erie 1 BOCES[19], named Principal of Lewiston-Porter Primary Center[20])
  • Mr. Andrew Auer2010-2015 (Principal – Royalton-Hartland Elementary School, named Principal of Lewiston-Porter High School)
  • Mrs. Julie Gajewski2015-2017 (Assistant Principal – Union Pleasant Elementary School, named Principal of St. Gregory the Great School)

Primary Education Center

Lewiston-Porter Primary Education Center
Information
PrincipalTamara Larson
GradesK-2
WebsiteLewiston-Porter Central School Primary Education Center

Lewiston-Porter Primary Education Center (formerly North Elementary School) houses grades K-2 and has an enrollment of 513 students. The Multi-Age Program hosts children from grades 1 - 3. The principal is Mrs. Tamara Larson.

History

In 2015, the Lewiston-Porter Primary Education Center was one of nineteen schools throughout New York State to be nominated by the New York State Education Department as a National Blue Ribbon School. The nineteen nominees were selected out of 6,500 schools throughout New York State and include elementary, middle, and high school levels as well as public, private, and charter schools.[21]

Selected Former Principals

  • Mr. Watson C. McCallister1966-1969 (Social Studies teacher - North Elementary School, returned to teaching[22])
  • Mr. Gerald W. Tucker1990-1997 (Assistant Principal - Lewiston-Porter High School[14], retired)
  • Ms. Margaret Beach1997-2010 (unknown, retired)

Special education

The Lewiston-Porter Central School District provides students with disabilities the appropriate services to meet each student's educational needs. A student is classified through the district's (CSE) Committee on Special Education Department or (CPSE) Committee on Preschool Education. The office is located in the Administration Building.

Sports

The name of the schools sports team is the "Lewiston-Porter Lancers". The logo consists of a medieval lancer standing ready to charge, covered in kelly green and white, which are the school district's colors. Lewiston-Porter has an array of sports programs, including baseball, football, basketball, bowling, wrestling, cheerleading, track and field, cross country, tennis, volleyball, gymnastics, swimming, golf, soccer, hockey, lacrosse, and softball. Lew-Port has a turf field behind its high school which can hold football, soccer, and lacrosse games and practices for the school. Brad Halgash is the athletic director.

Lew-Port competes in the Niagara Frontier League (NFL) with rival schools including Niagara-Wheatfield, Niagara Falls, Lockport, Starpoint Central School District, and the Grand Island Central School District. Currently, Lew-Port is in New York's Section 6.

In Lew-Port history, only three Jersey numbers have been officially retired. They include:

  • Number 34 NFL player and Lew-Port alumnus Daryl Johnston's number was retired from the school's football program on September 1, 2006.[23]
  • Number 74 football player Kenny Mort's number was also retired in Lewiston Porter's football program.[24]
  • Number 76 football player Johnathan "J-Mill" Miller's number was retired from the football program on October 1, 2010. Additionally, a patch with his number was placed on the varsity sports teams' jerseys. Miller died on November 15, 2009 in a car accident.[25]

Stadiums

Lew-Port has two stadiums behind their high school. Blakeslee Field, most commonly used for football, can also be used for soccer and lacrosse. It is a synthetic artificial grass turf field. Next to Blakeslee Field is Elia Stadium, which is a full size soccer field. Both stadiums have four large sections of bleachers. In the Lew-Port High School, there is a full size gymnasium in which they hold boys and girls Varsity and Junior Varsity basketball, and wrestling matches. There is also a pool which can hold swim meets. Behind the middle school there are two baseball diamonds and two softball diamonds for J.V. and Varsity baseball and softball.

Transportation

The school district offers transportation to/from students home to school in the form of school buses, operated by Ransomville Bus Lines. Students are permitted to be driven to school by their parents. Additionally, eleventh and twelfth grade students may drive to school if they have a New York State license and permission by the school.

Notable alumni

Selected former administrators

Year Superintendent PEC Principal IEC Principal MS Principal MS Asst. Principal HS Principal HS Vice Principal
1990-1991Walter PolkaGerald TuckerKen SkowronskiDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1991-1992Walter PolkaGerald TuckerKen SkowronskiDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1992-1993Walter PolkaGerald TuckerKen SkowronskiDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1993-1994Walter PolkaGerald TuckerKen SkowronskiDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1994-1995Walter PolkaGerald TuckerKen SkowronskiDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1995-1996Walter PolkaGerald TuckerKen SkowronskiDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1996-1997Walter PolkaGerald TuckerKen SkowronskiDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1997-1998Walter PolkaPeggy BeachGerald TuckerDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1998-2000Walter PolkaPeggy BeachGerald TuckerDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
1999-2000Walter PolkaPeggy BeachGerald TuckerDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
2000-2001Walter PolkaPeggy BeachGerald TuckerDennis TosettoRoberta LoveVance Agee
2001-2002Walter PolkaPeggy BeachGerald TuckerDennis TosettoRoberta Love
2002-2003Walter PolkaPeggy BeachDavid LivingstonJill ShermanMike Gallagher
2003-2004Whitney VantinePeggy BeachDavid LivingstonJill ShermanMike Gallagher
2004-2005Whitney VantinePeggy BeachDavid LivingstonJill ShermanMike Gallagher
2005-2006Don Rappold*Peggy BeachTamara LarsonVinny Dell'OsoPaul CasseriJohn Diodate
2006-2007Don Rappold*Peggy BeachTamara LarsonVinny Dell'OsoPaul CasseriJohn Diodate
2007-2008Don Rappold*Peggy BeachTamara LarsonVinny Dell'OsoPaul CasseriJohn Diodate
2008-2009Chris RoserPeggy BeachTamara LarsonVinny Dell'OsoPaul CasseriJohn Evert
2009-2010Chris RoserPeggy BeachTamara LarsonVinny Dell'OsoPaul CasseriJohn Evert
2010-2011Chris RoserTamara LarsonAndy AuerKaren CuddyPaul CasseriJohn Evert
2011-2012Chris RoserTamara LarsonAndy AuerKaren CuddyPaul CasseriJohn Evert
2012-2013Chris RoserTamara LarsonAndy AuerDean RamirezAndy KrazimenPaul CasseriJohn Evert
2013-2014Chris RoserTamara LarsonAndy AuerDean RamirezAndy KrazimenPaul CasseriJohn Evert
2014-2015Chris RoserTamara LarsonAndy AuerDean RamirezAndy KrazimenPaul CasseriJohn Evert
2015-2016Paul CasseriTamara LarsonJulie GajewskiDean RamirezTina RodriguezAndy AuerJohn Evert
2016-2017Paul CasseriTamara LarsonJulie GajewskiDean RamirezTina RodriguezAndy AuerJohn Evert
2017-2018Paul CasseriTamara LarsonTina RodriguezAndy AuerNick HillJake TaftJohn Evert
2018-2019Paul CasseriTamara LarsonTina RodriguezAndy AuerNick HillJake TaftJohn Evert
2019-2020Paul CasseriTamara LarsonTina RodriguezAndy AuerAlan IngrahamWhitney Vantine*John Evert

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