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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 in the board of education conference room located at the South Canal Street campus. Meeting dates, agendas, minutes, and related documents are available to the public on this website.
BOE Meeting Calendar
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Photo of Brian Milk 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. He lives in the Town of Greene with his family. He has 2 daughters in high school, and a son in the middle school. Brian is a member of the JRC Board, and has coached youth football for seven years, and has also coached youth softball and little league. 

Photo of Nick Drew Nicholas Drew - BOE Vice President

In 1993 I graduated from Chenango Forks High School and Broome Tioga BOCES. Greene has been my home for 24 years. My wife and I have two children, who are students in the Intermediate and High School buildings. I have been a municipal highway employee for 20 years, most recently holding the position of Highway Superintendent for the Town of Greene. I want to represent your voice on the school board because I believe in our school district and want to help create positive changes for our community, students and faculty.

Photo of Scott Youngs Scott Youngs

Scott Youngs was first elected to the Board of Education in 2015. Scott graduated from the Greene Central School District in 1994 and Coastal Carolina University in 1999. He works for EHOB, which a wound care company focused on pressure injury prevention, care and treatment that is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Scott is currently on the following Board of Education committees: Building& Grounds, Curriculum/Technology, Policy and Tenure. The Youngs family lives in the Town of Greene and has three kids in the district. He has a stepdaughter in the high school, a son in the intermediate school and a daughter in the primary school. Scott has been active in youth sports and enjoys coaching baseball and basketball. He is currently also a member of the Greene Lions Club. Scott would like to thank everyone for their continued support!

Photo of Seth Barrows Seth Barrows

Seth Barrows is in his third 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 19 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.

Photo of BOE member Doug Markham Douglas Markham

I’m a graduate of Holland Patent Central School District and Herkimer Community College. I moved to Greene 9 years ago, but all 3 of my childrent; Ryan graduated in 2016, Dustin (class of 2020) and Sarah (class of 2023) have enjoyed attending Greene Central School since Pre-K. I am proud to serve the Greene community as a volunteer for JRC and youth athletics, as well as serving as your School Board Member. I am always pleased to hear from the G.C.S. community and staff members. I will strive to represent our community to the best of my abilities.

Photo of BOE member John Fish John Fish
John Fish was recently elected to the Board of Education in 2019. John graduated from Union-Endicott School District in 1995. He holds an associate’s degree in Computer Science from SUNY Broome as well as a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from SUNY Empire. John has worked at the Raymond Corporation for the past 7 years where he is currently an IT Manager. He has resided in the Village of Greene for the past 12 years with his wife Tracey. Their oldest son is a recent graduate of Greene Central Schools, while their two youngest sons continue to attend at the High School. John has contributed to the youth of Greene for many years as a coach of multiple youth sports teams including little league baseball, travel basketball, and youth football. He looks forward to continuing as an active member of the community and school district through his participation on the Board of Education. 
Photo of board member Andrew Bringuel Andrew Bringuel
Andrew Bringuel is a new addition to the Board of Education in 2019.  Andrew (Andy) graduated from St. Leo University with a degree in Criminology and has a Masters degree in Education from the University of Virginia. He retired as a Supervisory Special Agent from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after 27 years, and is the Executive Director of the Behavioral Science Unit, LLC., a security & management consulting firm. He lives on Cincinnatus Lake with his wife Jenelle, who is also an FBI Special Agent, and their youngest daughter, Madison.  Andy's daughter Hannah is a teachers aid in Virginia while his daughter Meghan, and his son Andrew have both pursued public service careers in law enforcement.  Andy coached a competitive baseball program that included 22 players earning college scholarships, two players playing for College World Series teams, and five players being drafted into the MLB. Besides his passion for coaching baseball Andy enjoys catching and releasing fish. He also serves on two committees for Hillside Family of Agencies. Andy is excited about helping improve the community through service on the BOE. He likes to say, "I'm not from here, but I chose to live here and make it my home."    
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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