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Gregory J. Woytila

Superintendent

North Tonawanda City School District

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North Tonawanda City School District

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North Tonawanda City School District and Niagara Regional Federal Credit Union have partnered together to educate elementary and middle school students about the importance of responsible finance. Through the School of Savers program, students have the opportu... more

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Gilmore Elementary School


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New York State Standards and Truths of Equality: North Tonawanda Teacher Convicted of DWI Reported to NYSED

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Superintendent of North Tonawanda City School District, Gregory Woytila, confirmed at a Public Session of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Education of the City of North Tonawanda School District held on Thursday, September 13, 2012, that a Moral Character Complaint was filed with New York State Education Department Office of Teaching Initiatives in the matter of North Tonawanda teacher Arthur J. Harack who was convicted and sentenced on August 25, 2012, in Niagara County Court before the Honorable Sara Sheldon Farkas for misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.


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Congressman Brian Higgins joined North Tonawanda City School Superintendent Gregory Woytila and District Director of Student Services Ron Barstys to announce a federal grant totaling $1,171,650.
North Tonawanda City School District Superintendent Gregory Woytila said, "I am thrilled to be receiving this type of funding that allows us to increase services that will directly assist the students and families that need the most support.


Capital Improvement Project 2015 / Letter from the BOE President

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Superintendent Gregory J. Woytila
176 Walck Rd. North Tonawanda, NY 14120 716-807-3655


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Gregory J. Woytila
Superintendent of Schools North Tonawanda City School District 175 Humphrey Street North Tonawanda, New York 14120-4097 (716) 807-3500 FAX (716) 807-3525 Gregory J. Woytila Gregory Woytila Superintendent of Schools 175 Humphrey St. North Tonawanda, NY 14120 716-807-3655


tonawanda-news.com

"The board is really split right now, I think, about what if any tax increase they want to put to voters," North Tonawanda Superintendent of Schools Greg Woytila said.
With almost $4 million in cuts already suggested, Woytila said a current tax increase of 3.79 percent (or about $70 for the average homeowner) is the sum of progress so far, as roughly $1 million still must be shaved to avoid tax increases. To put things in perspective, Woytila said increased costs tied to honoring step increases for teachers this year are worth $1 million in salary alone. The district's contribution to the pension system has  risen about 50 percent, while health care costs are similarly higher. Still, a one-year step freeze would keep taxes in check for now. "The kind of double edged sword is that yes it could (balance the budget) but there would still be cuts," Woytila said. "There has been communication back and forth with all (unions). No one's agreeing to a freeze at this point but we're continuing to look at things we can do." The district's largest single union representing about 380 employees, North Tonawanda United Teachers, issued a letter Tuesday on the matter, in which president Gary Lachut thanks Woytila for a willingness to negotiate but also says the district rejected an offer put forth March 19 "which demonstrated our willingness to help." Woytila said negotiations for concessions have been somewhat clouded by the fact that teachers' contracts expire June 30, meaning a new four-year contract would normally be negotiated. But he said given the budget picture including about a $2 million reduction in state aid, the district instead is seeking a temporary, one-year extension including a step freeze in teacher pay and changes to insurance co-pay amounts.


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