Leadership Changes at Indian River 2019-20

Leadership Changes at Indian River 2019-20
Posted on 11/15/2019
Leadership Changes at Indian River 2019-20

The Indian River Central School District is pleased to announce the following district administrative leadership changes for the 2019-20 school year:

Christina ChamberlainChristina Chamberlain, Curriculum Director Christina Chamberlain has been the Assistant Supervisor of Special Education and Federal Programs at Indian River for the past three years.  Mrs. Chamberlain brings to the Curriculum Director’s position fourteen years of educational experience.  She is a graduate of Syracuse University (BA), Le Moyne College (MSED), and Oswego State University (CAS).  Mrs. Chamberlain is a certified teacher: SWD 7-12, ELA 7-12 and holds her certifications in Building and District Leadership.  
“Moving into the role of Curriculum Director is invigorating.  Indian River strives to go beyond the status quo, and I am excited to continue in leadership with this great team.  The students, staff, and community here are awesome.  We have excellent academic, athletic, and fine arts opportunities for our students across the district. I am very proud to be a part of the Indian River community and look forward to supporting our curricular endeavors in an effort to provide the best education to our students.”
Mrs. Chamberlain lives in Worth, where she and her husband, Shawn, own Worth Gold Farm; a local producer of natural beef, pork, and poultry products.  She has three children: Vivian and Sophia, who are school-aged, and Samantha, who attends the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL.  Mrs. Chamberlain enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.

Kathleen Dalton LindKathleen Dalton Lind, Assistant Supervisor of Federal Programs and Special Education Kathleen Dalton Lind, Assistant Supervisor of Federal Programs and Special Education, is excited to be in her new position at IRCSD.  Ms. Dalton Lind has been the Middle School Assistant Principal for the past four years.  Prior to that, she worked for seven years at Jefferson-Lewis BOCES in special education, school improvement, and supervision.  With over 23 years in education, Ms. Dalton Lind has been fortunate to work in the states of Alaska, Utah, and NY.  A graduate of Wells College (BA), The University of Alaska Fairbanks (TFA), SUNY Albany (MS), and SUNY Oswego (CAS), Ms. Dalton Lind holds permanent certificates in English 7-12, Special Education 7-12, School Building Leadership, and School District Leadership. 
“I’m thrilled to be getting back to my roots in special education, and I look forward to continuing the great work of improving outcomes for all students. It is an honor to be a part of this community of educators and to serve the students and families of our district.” 

These leaders have successfully transitioned to their new positions and have hit the ground running in order to provide the highest level of leadership skills required in their respective positions to the students, families, staff and community at large.  

The Indian River Central School District encompasses 284 square miles (including Federal property) in northern Jefferson and southern St. Lawrence County in New York. The vision of the District is as follows: In providing a comprehensive educational program, IRCSD will advance, serve, and contribute to the growth and wellness of our communities. Indian River prides itself in offering a robust, well rounded UPK-12th-grade educational program to approximately 4000 students. Indian River has made great strides in provision of STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics) instruction to students so as to ensure that they are well prepared for future careers and higher education.

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