Mid-Hudson School Study Council to honor four M-W officials and staff

| 22 Feb 2012 | 01:50

    Central Valley - Four members of the Monroe-Woodbury School District will be recognized by the Mid-Hudson School Study Council for excellence at an awards ceremony next month. They are: Hugh Cauthers, director of technology, will receive the award for administration. Dr. Michael J. DiGeronimo, school board president, will receive the award for board service. Theresa Mack, guidance counselor at the Middle School, will receive the award for pupil personnel services/guidance. Josephine Sanchez, administrative assistant to the superintendent, will be honored with the award for support service. The awards ceremony will take place at Anthony’s Pier 9 on Oct. 14. Mid-Hudson School Study Council is made up of 61 school districts throughout the Hudson Valley. According to its Web site, the purpose of the council is to improve education “through the cooperative study of common educational problems, the effective diffusion of educational practices, and the stimulation of active participation of school boards, administrators, teachers, pupils and laypersons in educational planning and activity.” The council also describes itself as “an essential link between the resources of SUNY New Paltz and the school districts in the mid-Hudson region” that “fosters an important partnership between college research and field experience.”