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November 16, 2021

Alumni Spotlight: Two Alumni Named Assistant Principals at Geneva City School District

Alumni Spotlight

Two Roberts Wesleyan College alumni have been named Assistant Principals for the Geneva City School District beginning this month. Louis "Luke" Wilson'09 (Music Education, M.S.) is the new assistant principal at North Street School. Wilson has been a teacher and administrator in the Rochester City School District since 2007. “I am excited to be one of the assistant principals here at North Street School,” Wilson said. “My goal is to create solid relationships with our students and staff in order to continue the great work already being done within this wonderful building.

Timothy Baker'13 (Pathway to Teaching) will be an assistant principal at the high school. Baker has been a special education teacher at Westview Exceptional Children with Monroe 2 BOCES since 1997.

“I am extremely honored and humbled to be in this position, and I am eager to learn how amazing this school environment is,” Baker said. “I have spent 21 years at BOCES 2, and when I made the transition to leadership, I knew that I always wanted to work in a perse, energetic, and creative district.”

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