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Greene Central School District Board of Education
Our board of education is composed of seven members who are elected by residents of the school district to serve three year terms. Together, they are the leadership team that defines the vision, goals and policy for the Greene School District.
According to the New York State School Boards Association, a member of a board of education in New York State takes on one of the most important responsibilities that can be assigned to any citizen: helping to plan the education of the community’s youth. The board oversees the education of students and is responsible for school district operations, but does not directly run the district’s day-to-day operations. Greene’s board members are charged with representing the entire community, advocating for public education, and serving as the stewards of the district’s resources.
The board of education holds meetings open to the public on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the board of education conference room located at the South Canal Street campus. Meeting agendas, minutes, and related documents are available to the public on this website.
Our Members
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Brian Milk - BOE President image Brian Milk - BOE President

Brian Milk was first elected to the Board of Education in 2015. Brian graduated from Oxford Academy and Central Schools in 1997. Brian works for the Chenango County Highway Department and has worked there since August of 1997. He is a heavy equipment operator, and also drives a plow truck in the winter. Brian is currently on the Employee Committee, Buildings and Grounds Committee, and Transportation Committee. He lives in the Town of Greene with his family. He has 2 daughters in the eighth grade, and a son in the fifth grade. Brian is a member of the JRC Board, and is the currently the Youth Football Director for the Greene Touchdown Club.

Scott Youngs - BOE Vice President image Scott Youngs - BOE Vice President
Scott Youngs was first elected to the Board of Education in 2015.  Scott graduated from Greene Central School District in 1994 and Coastal Carolina University in 1999.  He works for Helomics, a bio-technology start-up company located in Pittsburgh, PA.  He is currently on the following Committees: Budget, Audit and Curriculum/Technology.  The Youngs family lives in the Town of Greene.  He has a stepdaughter in 7th grade, son in 3rd grade and daughter in Kindergarten.  Scott has been active in youth sports and has coached baseball, basketball, flag-football and soccer at the youth level. 
Seth Barrows image Seth Barrows

Seth Barrows is starting his first year on the Board of Education. Seth graduated from Greene Central School District in 1992 and holds degrees from Clarkson University and the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Seth has worked locally for over 17 years at Empire Natural Gas Corporation, a company that provides natural gas and electricity supplies to nonresidential customers in upstate New York. Seth lives with his family in the Town of Greene and has children attending the district.

Tim Crumb  image Tim Crumb

Tim Crumb has been on the Board of Education since 2008. He currently serves on the Building and Grounds & Budget Negotiations Committees. Tim is employed as a Conservation Teacher for DCMO BOCES in Norwich.  He has been a Member of the Greene Volunteer Fire Department for 31 years, a member of the Chenango Co. Rescue Dive Team for 20 years and a Member of Eastern Light Masonic Lodge for 23 years. Tim Graduated from Greene Central, Morrisville Community College and SUNY Oswego. Tim is Owner of the Genegantslet Tree Farm and Lawn care.  Tim has one son, a graduate of Greene and Cazenovia College and one Daughter also a graduate of Greene and Syracuse University. The Crumb’s are lifelong residents of Greene.

Karen Hendershott image Karen Hendershott

Karen Hendershott was appointed to the Board of Education in 2012 to fill a vacant seat.  She was elected in 2014 to serve three additional years.  Karen graduated from Union-Endicott High School, Elmira College and University at Albany.  She retired from the New York State Police and currently works at Moore Memorial Library.  Karen serves on the Transportation, Curriculum/Technology, Employee, and Sabbatical Committees, and is the GCS Worker's Compensation Trustee.  The Hendershott family lives in the Town of Greene.  Karen's two sons are GCSD graduates who currently attend Virginia Military Institute and the University at Buffalo.

Tammie McCauley image Tammie McCauley

Tammie McCauley was first elected to the Board of Education in 2013. She currently is on the following committees: Building and Grounds, Legislative, Recruitment and Tenure, and Sabbatical and is also the Representative to the Chenango County School Boards Association.

 She is grateful to the teachers and staff of GCS for the education all 5 of her kids received. Her 4 sons have graduated from  college and are working in different fields of engineering across the country.  Her youngest daughter is finishing her final semester at Houghton College.  

Tammie has an Associates degree in Occupational Therapy and prior to raising a family, she  worked in rehab settings as a COTA. After moving the family to Greene in 1993 she  volunteered for many years with  GCS Band Boosters, Footlights, Swim Boosters, and a community based outreach to teens, called Wildlife. Tammie resides with her husband in the village of Greene. 

40 South Canal Street | Greene, New York 13778 | Phone 607.656.4161 | Fax 607.656.9362
40 South Canal Street    |    Greene, New York 13778    |    Phone 607.656.4161    |    Fax 607.656.9362
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