BCSD Names New Superintendent

The Brockport Board of Education has selected Sean Bruno as the next superintendent of the Brockport Central School District, pending formal appointment to the position at a special meeting of the Board of Education tonight. He will assume his new role in midsummer.

Bruno is currently the superintendent of schools for Mexico Academy and Central School District, where he has successfully led the district for the past five years. Prior to his current role, he served as principal of Fred W. Hill Elementary School in Brockport.

“More than seven months ago, we began a diligent, meticulous search for the next superintendent of Brockport Central Schools,” said Brockport School Board President Terry Ann Carbone. “The Board of Education is delighted to welcome Sean. He shares the board's high expectations for, and love of, this district. We are pleased to have the benefit of his many years of quality experience as a superintendent, and are confident there are bright days ahead for all of the members of the BCS family.”

During his 25 years in education, Bruno has also served as an assistant principal, special education teacher, and teacher assistant at all levels across varied demographics.

He earned his Bachelor of Science at SUNY Buffalo and continued his studies at Niagara University, earning a Master of Science and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Administration and Supervision. Bruno also completed the New York State Council of School Superintendents Leadership for Educational Achievement Foundation Future Superintendents Academy and SUNY Oswego’s New York State Superintendent Development Program.

“I am truly honored and privileged to serve as the next Brockport Superintendent of Schools,” said Bruno. “As a former Brockport principal, current parent and community member, I know how extraordinary the people in the Brockport learning community are.”

“I look forward to reconnecting with colleagues in a family atmosphere, where together we honor Brockport’s rich history and traditions, while collectively pursuing an uncompromising commitment toward continuous improvement and a passion for professional, organizational and academic excellence,” added Bruno.

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES District Superintendent Jo Anne L. Antonacci assisted the Brockport Board of Education as research consultant throughout the process.