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Todd Manley appointed as principal for grades 6-12

At its June 25 meeting, the Poland Board of Education appointed Todd Manley as the principal for grades 6-12 in the Poland Central School District.

As the dean of students for grades 6-12 since January, Manley has helped oversee secondary education.

Manley has worked at Poland for 20 years, most recently as a fifth grade classroom teacher. Additionally, Mr. Manley has taught sixth grade, fourth grade, kindergarten, and has served as cross-country coach, boys modified soccer coach, varsity baseball volunteer coach, modified softball Coach, modified baseball coach, and modified track and field coach. 

Before working at Poland, Manley taught in Vermont and North Carolina and held classroom roles extending up through eighth grade social studies. Mr. Manley holds permanent certification in PK-6 and earned a Social Studies Extension for grades 7-9.

“This is more than continuing my career at Poland. This is about continuing the relationships I have in the school community. I look forward to working more with staff and students so all can achieve success in the classroom and as people,” Manley said.

“Todd has always been a highly respected member of our teaching team. He is remarkably dedicated to students, staff and families. The span of his teaching and coaching experiences have developed a unique capacity to understand student learning across a student’s school experience,” said superintendent Laura Dutton.

Manley’s new role will take effect July 1.