Dear Families,

Greetings!  I hope your summer has been going well, and you have found time to relax and spend time with family and friends soaking up the sun and enjoying sights near and/or far!  I am very excited to be the new principal at Merton Williams Middle School!  Having worked as the principal at Village Elementary School for the last six years, I am honored to be a part of another awesome school in the Hilton School District.  As a parent and colleague, I truly value theimportance of middle school and it is my goal to continue Merton Williams’ important traditions and practices.  I am looking forward to meeting everyone while also continuing the relationships I have had with students and families that attended Village. 

Let me share a bit about my educational background and experience.  After graduating from Rush-Henrietta High School, I attended Monroe Community College followed by SUNY Brockport.  I received my bachelor’s degree in English Literature and my certification in preschool-sixth grade as well as seventh-twelfth grade English.  I also completed my masters in curriculum and certificate of advanced study in educational administration at SUNY Brockport.   I began my career as a teacher in the Rush-Henrietta Central School District.  For the past ten years, I served as the elementary principal at York Elementary School in Livingston County and most recently, as the Village Elementary principal in Hilton.  

On a personal note, my children and I reside in Hamlin.  Our summer has been filled with fun and relaxation while attending lacrosse games, family vacations, visits to local parks and beaches and a couple vacations to visit family.  My son, Will, is entering ninth grade; daughter, Grace, is entering seventh grade and my youngest, Caroline, is entering second grade. 

I will be spending the next several weeks meeting with staff to learn more about the unique strengths, traditions and practices of Merton Williams Middle School.  These conversations are just the start in my learning about the deep rooted traditions and culture at Merton Williams.  I look forward to meeting all of you in the coming months.  I look forward to seeing you and welcome the opportunity to say hello as we embark on our journey of the 2015-2016 school year.  I look forward meeting you and becoming a part of the Merton Williams family.

Enjoy the rest of the summer!

Sincerely, Tracie Czebatol, Principal

























































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