Hauppauge Board of Education
David M. Barshay, Esq., PresidentRob Scarito, Vice PresidentMichael BuscarinoColleen Capece, Esq.Dr. Lawrence CrafaJames KileyGemma Salvia
The Board of Education establishes policies and adopts regulations for the conduct of public schools. Its seven members, who serve without pay, are elected by the qualified voters of the District for a term of three years. Responsibility for administering Board policies is vested in the Superintendent of Schools.
Board meetings are held in public and the community is encouraged to attend. Regular board meeting dates are listed on the district calendar and are included in this section of the website. Board meeting agendas are posted by the end of the business day on the Fridays before board meetings. They can be accessed by clicking the "Meeting Agendas" link to the left.
The mission of the Hauppauge Board of Education is to provide an environment for effective teaching and learning by fostering an atmosphere of cooperation, respect, and collaboration among students, staff, and the community. We hold high expectations for each child and commit ourselves to provide an education that encourages each student to realize his or her fullest potential. We will remain vigilant at all times to responsible fiscal management as mandated by our community.
The Board of Education may be contacted by mail at the following address:
Board of Education
Hauppauge Public Schools
P.O. Box 6006
Hauppauge, NY 11788Telephone messages for the Board of Education may be left with theDistrict Clerk during regular business hours:
(631) 761-8207The Board of Education may be reached at the following e-mail address:
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Lori DeGeorge, District Clerk
Contact the District Clerk at (631) 761-8207
or email Ms. DeGeorge at email@example.com