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Sandy Creek Central School District

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The mission of the Sandy Creek Central School District is to provide all students the knowledge and skills necessary to be self-directed, life-long learners by providing the highest quality education in partnership with parents, staff, and community.

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February 13, 2019

To Members of the Sandy Creek Central School District Community:

Over the past few weeks, the District, and specifically the Superintendent and Ms. Wemmer, have received a number of inquiries regarding Ms. Wemmer's status with the Sandy Creek Central School District. As with any employee in the District, the District takes an employee's privacy seriously and does not in the ordinary course of business comment on personnel matters other than to confirm an employee's employment with the District. However, given the level of interest, the District through Superintendent Faulkner and Emily Wemmer would like to take this opportunity to address and to correct a number of misconceptions regarding the District's employment relationship with Ms. Wemmer.

To be clear and unequivocal, Ms. Wemmer is a valuable member of the administrative team here at the Sandy Creek Central School District and continues to be employed as an administrator doing valuable and important work for the District. Ms. Wemmer has not been terminated by the District and the Superintendent has not taken nor recommended that such action be taken. Further, the professional relationship between Superintendent Faulkner and Ms. Wemmer remains one of mutual respect based upon the shared interests and goals of ensuring not only the best possible education for all of the students of the Sandy Creek Central School District, but the best school environment we can offer for the Sandy Creek Community.

The District wishes to reiterate its commitment to providing all of the students who attend the Sandy Creek School District with an exceptional learning environment. Superintendent Faulkner and Ms. Wemmer share equally the District's ultimate goal of providing the highest-quality education possible to our students. With that goal at the forefront of our decision-making process, it is necessary from time to time for staff to take on duties and responsibilities in their service to the District to utilize a staff member's strengths to their fullest potential. As a result of a mutual agreement between the Superintendent and Ms. Wemmer, we have been able to do just that and Ms. Wemmer continues to serve the District as a valuable administrator.

Beyond reiterating that staffing decisions and assignments are made to promote the District's mission of providing the highest quality educational environment for our students, it is worth noting that it is not appropriate to comment on specific details of any individual personnel matter and Ms. Wemmer and Superintendent Faulkner join in asking that Ms. Wemmer's privacy be respected going forward.

Very Truly Yours,


Kyle Faulkner, Superintendent
Sandy Creek Central School District

Emily Wemmer, Administrator
Sandy Creek Central School District


*An original copy of the letter is available in the District Information section at the top of the Home page, titled "February 13 2019 Letter to the SCCS Community".

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