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Mr. C.J. Hebert

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Superintendent

Cooperstown Central School District
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25 Main Street
Cooperstown, New York 13326
United States

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Background

Employment History

Education

  • Master of Science degree , curriculum development
    State University of New York at Albany
  • Bachelor of Arts degree , secondary English education
    State University College at Oswego
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C.J. Hebert, superintendent ...
www.theskanner.com, 4 April 2013 [cached]
C.J. Hebert, superintendent for the Cooperstown Central School District, said students approached him regarding their discomfort with the mascot that had been around for decades.
"I do think that times change and perspectives change, and certainly it's historically a time for us to reconsider what the name is," Hebert said.
Principal's Message - Hudson Falls Central School District
web.hfcsd.org, 10 July 2010 [cached]
C.J. Hebert
High School Principal
C.J. Hebert was hired to ...
coopercrier.com, 4 Jan 2011 [cached]
C.J. Hebert was hired to replace Mary Jo McPhail, who retired after 13 years serving in the position.
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Hebert said his transition from Queensbury to Cooperstown was fairly smooth. He was the high school principal at Hudson Falls Central School for eight years, and began his duties as superintendent at CCS on July 1. Hebert taught English at Corinth Central School from 1988-98 and was the high school principal there from 1998-2002.
- It's been less than a ...
coopercrier.com [cached]
- It's been less than a week, but C.J. Hebert says his transition from Queensbury to Cooperstown has been fairly smooth so far. Hebert said everyone has been very welcoming, helpful and forthcoming with getting me up to speed.
Hebert, who was the high school principal at Hudson Falls Central School for eight years, began his duties as superintendent at CCS on July 1. He replaced Mary Jo McPhail, who served as the district superintendent for 13 years and retired at the end of June.
Hebert and his wife, Tammy, are in the process of moving to the community. They are currently renting a house in the village. According to Hebert, the drive from Queensbury to Cooperstown takes a little more than two hours.
Hebert said he had not spent a lot of time in Cooperstown or the area before his appointment as superintendent. He said his ties mostly have to do with baseball, having come to Doubleday Field a few times to watch the teams from Corinth play.
Hebert taught English at Corinth Central School from 1988-98 and was the high school principal there from 1998-2002.
CCS Board of Education President Anthony Scalici said Hebert has had an outstanding career as a teacher and administrator.
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On Tuesday, Hebert said he believes any time there is a change in superintendents at a district it is the perfect opportunity to take a step back and reflect on the positive initiatives that have already been going on. It is also a good time to reevaluate programs, procedures and trends to see if there are any areas that can use some updating, said Hebert.
It is my intention to not only meet with the folks within the school community, but to obtain an objective outlook at the district's progress from a number of different lenses, said Hebert.
As a superintendent, one really wants to look at the educational process at a more universal standpoint, said Hebert. He said as a high school principal he was very much concerned with Regents results, extra curricular activities and budgeting from an expenditure standpoint. As a superintendent, Hebert said he will be looking at a bigger picture from a K-12 perspective and how the district articulates with public and private entities. As far as the budget standpoint, Hebert said he will have to shift his focus to revenues as well.
While sitting in his office on Tuesday, Hebert said his research of CCS prior to applying for the superintendent position indicated that the district was solid and has had excellent academic results for a good number of years. Hebert said he felt confident in his decision to apply.
Hebert said his initial interactions with members of the school board were good.
They all seemed committed to education and had the students' best interest in mind. They all appeared to be on the board for the right reasons, he added.
Because Hebert has not been here long, he has not been out and about much yet. However, he said he did get the chance to tour the Fenimore Art Museum and was very impressed.
``I am certainly interested in getting out in the community more and attending events,'' said Hebert.
Hebert said he was here for Fathers' Day Weekend and was unaware of the festivities planned surrounding the National Baseball Hall of Fame's Fathers' Day Classic.
Hebert said he found it a bit odd that his neighbor was up and hammering outside the house on a Sunday morning, but didn't think too much about it. Perhaps people around here like to get an early start on things and are eager to get to work, Hebert said he thought to himself.
According to Hebert, it was not until he and his wife walked to breakfast that he realized what was going on.
It seems like even when the village is hustling and bustling with tourists and activity there is a certain degree of family-friendly atmosphere and tolerance maintained here, said Hebert.
Hebert was among 41 people who expressed interest in the superintendent position at CCS, according to school officials. Six committees in Cooperstown were instrumental in Hebert's selection.
``C.J. impressed us as a leader who puts students first and has the ability to develop positive relationships with the students, school staff, and the community,'' said Cooperstown Board Vice President Mary Leonard when Hebert was appointed to the position.
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Hebert received his Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary English education from State University College at Oswego and his Master of Science degree in curriculum development from State University of New York at Albany. He has three children. His youngest plans to finish the senior year at Amsterdam and the other two are both teachers _ one in Florida and one in Manhattan.
Clifton J. Hebert III, a ...
www.thedailystar.com, 10 April 2010 [cached]
Clifton J. Hebert III, a high school principal at Hudson Falls Central School, was named to the post to start July 1. He replaces Mary Jo McPhail, who is retiring at the end of the school year after 12 years of service to the district.
"Mr. Hebert has had an outstanding career as a teacher and administrator.
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Hebert was among 41 people who expressed interest in the position, according to the release. Six committees in Cooperstown were also instrumental in selecting Hebert.
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"I appreciate the confidence that the Cooperstown Board of Education has shown in me," Hebert in the release. "I look forward with great anticipation to becoming a part of the Cooperstown community."
He did not return a call for comment to Hudson Falls school Friday afternoon.
Hebert has been high school principal at the school for the past eight years. He also served from 1998-2002 as the high school principal at Corinth Central School. He taught English from 1988-98 at Corinth, the release said.
Hebert received his Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary English education from State University College at Oswego and his Master of Science degree in curriculum development from State University of New York at Albany.
He lives in Queensbury and is planning to move to Cooperstown.
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