Massena school board re-appoints Boyce as head, swears in new members, makes annual appointments
Friday, July 12, 2013 - 12:14 pm

Board president John Boyce, left, is sworn in after being unanimously re-appointed to the post.

By ANDY GARDNER

The Massena Central School District Board of Education unanimously voted to re-appoint John Boyce as board president and Ron Faucher as vice president.

Prior to deciding those actions, Lorie MacKenzie was sworn in to officially begin serving her new five-year term, which will expire on June 30, 2018. She was elected to the spot in May.

The board also voted unanimously to make the following appointments:

• District clerk: Candice Prairie

• District Treasurer: Angela Wood

• Deputy Treasurer and purchasing agent: Nick Brouillette

• Tax collector: Christine Jenkins

• Internal claims auditor: Suanne Gotsch

• School attorneys: Law firm of Pease and Gustafson; law firm of Ferrara, Firoenza, Larrison, Barrett, and Reitz; law firm of Frank W. Miller

• Bond counsel: Orrick, Herrington, and Sutcliffe, LLP

• Records access officer: Claudeen Watkins

• Asbestos designee and school pesticide representative: Willaim Seguin

• HIPPA officer: Deborah Prashaw

• External auditor: Seyfarth and Seyfarth

New board of education member Lorie MacKenzie, left takes the oath of office to begin her five-year term from district clerk Candice Prairie, right. NorthCountryNow.com photos by Andy Gardner.New board of education member Lorie MacKenzie, left takes the oath of office to begin her five-year term from district clerk Candice Prairie, right. NorthCountryNow.com photos by Andy Gardner.