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Cooperstown.Com Inc

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Cooperstown.Com Inc

110 River St

Milford, New York 13807

United States

Company Description

The Cooperstown Central School District is a partnership of students, parents, teachers, staff and all other community members. The school's mission is to provide a caring environment that motivates students to pursue individual excellence and to acquire ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

High School Principal

CORINTH CENTRAL SCHOOL

English Teacher

CORINTH CENTRAL SCHOOL

Education

Carthage High School

Bachelor of Arts degree

Secondary English Education

Oswego State University

Bachelor of Arts degree

secondary English education

State University College at Oswego

Master of Science Degree

Curriculum Development

The University at Albany

Master of Science degree

curriculum development

State University of New York at Albany

bachelor

SUNY Oswego

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C J Hebert, Superintendent, Cooperstown Central Schools


C.J. HEBERT DIES IN ...

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C.J. HEBERT DIES IN CRASH 03/21/2016 AllOTSEGO, Breaking News

C.J. HEBERT
DIES IN CRASH
C.J. Hebert
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C.J. Hebert CCS Superintendent Since 2010
COOPERSTOWN - C.J. Hebert, Cooperstown Central School superintendent since 2010, died Sunday in an ATV crash, faculty and staff were told at an 8 a.m. gathering today in Sterling Auditorium.
That something was amiss was apparent to parents and teachers when they awoke today to an e-mail from the school district, advising them classes had been cancelled "due to an emergency" and district employees summoned to the auditorium.
The CCS board is preparing a letter to the community at this hour.
Raised in Natural Bridge, Jefferson County, Hebert graduated from Carthage High School, then received his bachelor's from SUNY Oswego and master's from SUNY Albany.
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When I saw the news of CJ's passing this morning I couldn't believe what I was seeing. I still can't. I cannot imagine the world without CJ. I had the pleasure of working with CJ at Corinth Central, and during our time together I came to regard him with respect, admiration and friendship. As a teacher he was devoted to his students and was already a leader among the staff. As a high school principal he was dedicated to making sure the educational environment for teachers, staff, and especially students was the best it could be. He had a high regard for his colleagues and in turn was a constant source of support and counsel. He had high expectations for all, was a sensitive, feeling, yet firm man. CJ had had a warm heart and a soul to match treating everyone fairly. He was one of those people that you wanted by your side in a crisis. You gravitated to CJ because you knew that his strength and decisiveness would help resolve the issue. He loved nature and all outdoor activities. The time he spent in the woods seemed to give him a solitude that enabled him to reflect upon all the people and things that made up his world. He was never afraid to speak his mind, and his advice, wisdom and insight was always welcomed. Because he was so good, he made all of us around him better. He was a fine and loving family man and father. Losing CJ as a friend and colleague is incomprehensible. His loss to the field of education, his colleagues, his friends and his family is inestimable.
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I'm so sorry for your loss of ...we knew CJ when he was living at home in Natural Bridge when my mother used to be the Hebert's housekeeper. It was a very fun time for her with all the boys making jokes while she worked under the Hebert household she still talks to me about all the joy this family brought her while she worked under them. CJ will be in her prayer's ! God bless !!!
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RIP Mr. Hebert, and deepest condolences to Mrs. Hebert and the rest of their family. Class of 2000 at Corinth Central HS, he was my principal... and I always had respect for how he treated everyone. I was the class clown type that ended up in his office quite a few times.
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I met C.J. in 2006 when he hired me as one Hudson Fall's Senior High Teacher's Assistant in the Science and Social Studies Departments. Right from the start, he had a way about him that made me feel comfortable in my new job. C.J. you will be missed by so many and may you Rest In Peace.
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The loss of C.J. Hebert will be felt by the Cooperstown community for a long time to come. Reading all of the above comments makes my heart smile to think of the leader he was and how his reach went well beyond the Cooperstown community. I especially enjoyed reading of the student who would sometimes "purposely" get detention just to see/speak to C.J. He definitely had a "presence" and spirit that will be missed. Serving with C.J. at many Rotary functions, he was the true example of "service above self. He would travel early mornings from his home that definitely wasn't in our "backyard" to bring his truck, show up with a smile and lend a hand wherever help was needed. It was like the General was showing up with C.J. because he brought not only a strength, but a "calm" with him wherever he went that rest assured, you knew he was there to help, and get done whatever needed to be done. Many Rotarians can attest to his leadership and how you could always see his face volunteering at events, even after he had spent countless hours that week dealing with situations at school...he STILL made time for service above self. He was a man who never seemed to be shaken. He always had a warm smile and hello, no matter what. One of the best memories of C.J. was volunteering at Applefest and him leading the way with a team of SUCO volunteers that we had brought in to help us for the day. C.J. had many great conversations with these students, many of whom were education majors, so naturally, they hit it off well with C.J. From that event, C.J. went on to have one of the students as a student teacher at Cooperstown. In true C.J. fashion, always helping and always leading. My deepest condolences to his wife and children, the Cooperstown student body and staff.


Spring brings a time of transition ...

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Spring brings a time of transition in Otsego County's largest communities, with Oneonta stalwart John Nader, at 60, moving to Long Island as president of SUNY Farmingdale, and Michael Virgil, the retired Morris superintendent of schools, becoming interim superintendent of Cooperstown Central after the March 20 passing of C.J. Hebert in an ATV accident.

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Oneonta stalwart John Nader, at 60, moves to Long Island as president of SUNY Farmingdale, and Michael Virgil, the retired Morris superintendent of schools, becomes interim superintendent of Cooperstown Central after the March 20 passing of C.J. Hebert in an ATV accident.
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The untimely passing of Cooperstown Central School's superintendent, C.J. Hebert, has filled local news cycles since word surfaced Monday. This week's Freeman's Journal compiles what's known so far, and how he will be honored and remembered today and tomorrow. A full report also appears in Hometown Oneonta. The untimely passing of Cooperstown Central School's superintendent, C.J. Hebert, has filled local news cycles since word surfaced Monday. This week's Freeman's Journal compiles what's known so far, and how he will be honored and remembered today and tomorrow.


The untimely passing of Cooperstown ...

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The untimely passing of Cooperstown Central School's superintendent, C.J. Hebert, has filled local news cycles since word surfaced Monday. This week's Freeman's Journal compiles what's known so far, and how he will be honored and remembered today and tomorrow. A full report also appears in Hometown Oneonta. The untimely passing of Cooperstown Central School's superintendent, C.J. Hebert, has filled local news cycles since word surfaced Monday. This week's Freeman's Journal compiles what's known so far, and how he will be honored and remembered today and tomorrow.


C.J. Hebert was a man who ...

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C.J. Hebert was a man who loved the outdoors and often would quote Teddy Roosevelt to students in the Cooperstown Central School District.

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C.J. Hebert was a man who loved the outdoors and often would quote Teddy Roosevelt to students in the Cooperstown Central School District.
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"Mr. Hebert was an amazing man," Slater said in a Facebook message.
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State police in Cobleskill said they responded at 11:47 p.m. Sunday to a private residence in Richmondville when Hebert was overdue to arrive home after riding on his ATV. State police, state forest rangers and the Schoharie County Search and Rescue Team then conducted a search, and Hebert's body was found in a heavily wooded area around 3 a.m. Monday. The crash site was a short distance from Hebert's home and included an incline and muddy conditions. Trooper Mark Cepiel said Hebert was wearing a helmet when he went for a solo ride Sunday afternoon. The accident is under investigation. School activities will resume today and counseling will be available for students. Hebert, 51, came to the Cooperstown School District in 2010 from Hudson Falls High School, where he was principal.
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"C.J. brought significant, positive change to Cooperstown over the last six years. We have lost a strong leader and a good friend. Our thoughts are with C.J.'s family at this time." Jake Palmateer, communications specialist for the school district, said Hebert had brought energy and dedication to his job.
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Page 2 of 2 - "In my time working with C.J., it was abundantly clear that the students who populate the hallways of Cooperstown Central School were his chief concern," he said. "He was a strong and caring advocate for their wellbeing and took it upon himself to do everything possible to make certain they were receiving an enriching education." Slater said that Hebert was able to strike a balance between keeping the students laughing and maintaining a professional and safe atmosphere that was bully-free.
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"Mr. Hebert was a superintendent, role model and a great friend to everyone.

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