Tuesday, April 24, 2012


Royalton-Hartland graduate John Swick has accepted the position of K-12 principal at the Town of Webb UFSD effective July 1. The Town of Webb is located in the Adirondacks (Old Forge).

The Adirondack Express reports the following... 

“I have always wanted to be the principal of a small district where I could move in and become a part of the community. I grew up in the small town of Middleport in Niagara County and have always loved the small town way of life and sense of community. Coming right out of my Educational Leadership Masters Program at St. John Fisher College, I want to be a leader in the district that all stakeholders can relate to and connect with,” said Swick by email.

Swick will be coming to us as a new administrator from Brockport Central School where he is currently employed as a middle level math teacher.

He is certified to teach students with disabilities mathematics 7-12, students with disabilities 1-6 and mathematics 7-12.

He has also been a summer school principal in the Greece Central School District. Swick has attended St. John Fisher College in Rochester for his Masters in Science in Educational Leadership and Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester for his undergraduate.