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Mr. Victor Jenkins, President
(May 2023-June 2026)

Victor has been a proud and active member of the Baldwinsville community since 1980. He was selected as Volunteer of the Year in 2017. Recently retired, Victor worked for Xerox as a Branch Controller and held Financial/Investment positions at M&T Bank/Wilmington Trust and Morgan Stanley. He graduated Cum Laude from the University of Rochester.

Victor has previously served 12 years on the Baldwinsville Board of Education including President and Vice-President. This experience and knowledge will be positive additions for the Baldwinsville Schools. Victor has praise for the teachers and staff at our district and believes stability and support are essential to the education of students. As a Board of Education member, he will focus on improving education and safety in our district.

Victor is a team player who views communication, collaboration and teamwork as key elements for effective school boards. He believes in Fiscal responsibility and always places the best intent of the children first.

Victor is an active member in his church and serves on the Board of Friends of Beaver Lake.

Mr. Andrew Henty, Vice President
(July 2023 - June 2026)

Andrew Henty and his wife, Kim, moved to Baldwinsville in 2016, after living nearly his entire life in the Liverpool area. They have 2 grown sons with families of their own now, one currently living in Radisson and the other in Liverpool.

Andrew attended SUNY at Buffalo State earning a Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies. He has worked for medical device companies including St. Jude Medical and Medtronic for 25 years. The last 13 years before retirement Andrew was the CEO/President of Medisource Management. Andrew has always been committed to serving his community. Specifically, from 1993-2001 he served on the Liverpool Central School District Board of Education, his final years he served as Vice President. Other community positions include serving on the YMCA North Board, as well a Director for the Optimist Basketball League. He is also an active member of Christ the King Church volunteering his time to several ministries including the Food Pantry. Andrew was a Pastoral Council member as well.

Thomas Bull
Mr. Thomas Bull
(January 2024-May 2025)

Thomas Bull is an educator with more than 30 years of experience at all levels. Tom has served as an elementary special education teacher, consultant, student teacher supervisor, and college professor. Most recently, Tom has served at Syracuse University’s School of Education as a teaching professor and Director of Field Relations. 

Tom is a well-respected leader in the field of inclusive and special education, and was instrumental in helping the School of Education develop and strengthen the Bridge to the City program connecting undergraduate and graduate students to student teaching placements in New York City schools. 

Tom and his wife Nicki have one child, Samuel, who is a 2016 C.W. Baker High School graduate.  

Jeremy Cali

Mr. Jeremy Cali, Esq.
(January 2024-June 2027)

Jeremy Cali, a criminal, civil, and corporate lawyer has been litigating cases for more than 17 years. Jeremy spent 12 years as a prosecutor and six of those years as Chief of the Special Victims Bureau. While at the District Attorney’s Office, he specialized in the investigation and prosecution of homicides, child abuse cases, sexual assaults against adults, sex trafficking, and domestic violence.

Jeremy has spent 5 years as in-house counsel for a large fintech company in Downtown Syracuse. He supervised litigation for their family of companies across the country. Jeremy currently has his own practice and has been doing criminal defense for five years at all levels.

Jeremy is a proud graduate of Baldwinsville Central Schools. He and his wife Patricia have four (4) children. Two (2) of Jeremy’s children, Sophia and Aidan, are C.W. Baker High School graduates and two (2) are current students (Nathan is a 10th grader at Baker High School and Gracie is a 1st grade at Palmer Elementary).

Wayne Davison
Mr. Wayne Davison Jr.
(July 2022 - June 2025)

Wayne Davison Jr. and his son, Owen, have been proud members of the Baldwinsville community since
2008. His son was a part of the Baldwinsville Headstart program and Wayne quickly became involved as a Bus Aide and President of the Parent Group. He stayed involved within the community as a volunteer and coach for Baldwinsville Little League, B’Ville Sting, BYSA, YMCA and Upward Sports at Northside Baptist Church. Also, he would volunteer for the Baldwinsville Marching Band and the Baldwinsville Theater Program as his son became an active member of the Baldwinsville Music Department.

He has been a dedicated employee at Rapid Response Monitoring since 2004, holding positions as Alarm dispatcher, Shift Trainer, Shift Supervisor and Workforce Management Analyst. Wayne studied Elementary Education and Communications at SUNY Cortland, where he worked as a Teaching Assistant at Here We Grow Child Care Center. Additionally, he wrote for the school newspaper and was an executive board member, Station Manager and Student Government Representative of the school radio station. 

Mr. Luke Gasowski
(July 2023 - June 2026)

In 2016, my wife (a teacher), along with our two children, moved to Baldwinsville.  We came to the district because of the exemplary and outstanding education the school district offered, along with its inclusive Special Education Program.

I was born and raised in Central New York. In high school I became an Eagle Scout and participated on the varsity swim team while working as a lifeguard, swim instructor, and pre-competitive swim coach. During high school, through college, and after, I also worked as a lighting designer and a technical theater manager for their theater programs.

I have a Bachelors in Science in Biology from SUNY Geneseo and a Bachelors in Science in Respiratory Care from SUNY Upstate Medical University.

Professionally, I am a Critical Care Flight Paramedic Respiratory Therapist and Clinical Base Supervisor. I have worked in Emergency Medical Services as a provider, educator, and management leader for the past 20 years.

I served on the Jowonio School Board as the Treasurer, financial committee chair, and personnel committee member as well as was a member of the executive committee during my daughter’s preschool years. During my time on the board, I worked with a multitude of people, resources, and talent to accomplish tremendous growth and support to the students, staff, and school. I collaboratively worked to develop a successful budget that met the needs of the students, staff, and school. 

I am very supportive of our district’s academics and vested in Baldwinsville’s special education program, as those with special needs hold a special place in my heart. I have overcome many challenges and critical situations throughout my life and career.  I have been able to manage these situations with critical thinking, thinking strategically, as well as creating realistic and actionable plans to solve or capitalize on the opportunities presented. I look forward to continuing the success of the Baldwinsville School District with the opportunity to join the School Board.  My knowledge, commitment, and experiences can provide a beneficial and meaningful contribution to the school board.

Mr. Donald R. Miller
(May 2023-June 2027)

Husband, Dad
Teacher (MA Teaching)
Principal (MA Enhancement, Education Administration)
Minister (MA Theological Studies)
Friends, our progress together as a District and as neighbors has been strong and worthwhile this year. Together we implemented academic program and facilities improvements. Together we initiated a long-term strategic plan to deepen and advance learning and teaching. Together we improved student safety and school security.
In the six short months since my accession, the School Board has taken positive action to enhance integrity and stability in our operations and decision making. Perhaps most importantly, you directed your Board of Education to identify and retain an administrative leader equipped with experience and wisdom – and I believe we have responded effectively. The Board and Superintendent DeBarbieri established quick cooperation to eliminate obstacles to progress in strengthening core academics and enhancing student achievement. And we’re just getting started.
My priorities for the Board have not changed in the past six months, and will not change in the coming six months: The Board must lock in gains and maintain stability to advance academic achievement. I believe we can do this by identifying and eliminating the self-interested distractions that are so common in large organizations, and by committing the Board’s focus to learning’s irreplaceable foundation: academic freedom.
Please continue to contact me and the other board members you see listed on this page with your ideas and concerns. Your voice is the most important in the room.

Ms. Christy Pavetto
(October 2023-June 2027)

Christy Pavetto has worked in the field of education and business for the past 30 years and is currently a director in Population Health at Crouse Health. A fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, Christy has authored numerous publications including a text designed to educate healthcare professionals in transitional care. Christy’s baccalaureate degree in business administration and master’s degree in education allow her to understand both the core work and business of a school district.

In addition, she has led or participated on several non-profit boards. Christy was a member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation board of directors for seven years and served as board chair, board secretary, and chair of the human resources committee. She is a 1999 graduate of Leadership Greater Syracuse and served on that board as well, co-chairing the youth leadership program. Christy’s older son graduated from Ithaca College’s Park School of Communications and her younger son attended Baldwinsville Schools and graduated from Le Moyne College.

Christy previously served on the Baldwinsville Central School District Board of Education for six years and held the positions of Vice-President (2 years) and President.

Mrs. Sam (Sherry) Schraven
(July 2022 - June 2025)
Sam has been a resident of Baldwinsville for almost four decades. She put her kids though Baldwinsville schools, worked in our schools and volunteered in our schools.
Kids have been central to her life's work.
Sam's husband Tom grew up in Baldwinsville and graduated from Baker High School. They raised their two adult daughters in Baldwinsville and both are graduates of Baker High School.
Sam graduated from Mohawk Valley Community College and was previously employed at ARC (of Onondaga) and Little Learners Preschool. She chose to stay home when her children were very young, and provided in home daycare during that time. When her children began school, Sam became involved with the Elden P.T.A. and served on numerous committees. She continued to volunteer with Baldwinsville Girls' soccer and field hockey booster clubs. She also volunteered at St. Mary's Church in Baldwinsville.
Sam began employment at Baldwinsville Central School District in 1992 until her retirement in 2019. During her 27 years of employment, she held the titles of Job Coach, Teaching Assistant, and Employment Services Specialist, giving her the opportunity to work with students, families and businesses in the Baldwinsville community. Sam was also an advisor to Friend to Friend. She was a member of the Baldwinsville Educational Support Professional Association.
(B.E.S.P.A.), and served on the negotiating committee, as well as a building representative, Vice-President, and President of the association. During this time she was able to attend numerous conferences on educational topics.
Also during her tenure, Sam was able to serve on the following Baldwinsville School District committees: BCEPT, Insurance Appeals, Professional Development, Professional Learning Plan, Interview Committees, and most recently, Strategic Goal Committee and Funding the Future Committee.
Additionally, Sam has attended school board meetings for over 1 O years, and during the
2021-2022 school year, she participated on the Baldwinsville budget advisory committees for Facilities, Athletics, Transportation, Special Education, and Instruction/Technology to review data and have input in the budget for the 2022-2023 school year. Sam currently is a member of the Shared Decision Making Committee and Strategic Goal Committee. Serving on these committees have given her incite to the needs and future of the district for our students.

Sam currently is a volunteer for the Baldwinsville Special Champions event to be held in May. She also supports the Baldwinsville Volunteer Center, Baldwinsville Community Scholarship Fund, Special Olympics, and Daniel's Music Foundation.

Ms. Mya Pangaro
Ex-Officio Student Board Member
(July 2023 - June 2024)
My name is Mya Pangaro and I’ve worked to be an advocate for mental health throughout high school. Starting sophomore year, I was an executive in student council, a leader in SEL groups (Social Emotional Learning), Student Advisory Council (SAC), and an active member in Interact Club. In the SEL groups, myself and other students would guide staff through mental wellness activities. I’m also a selected student leader in Mental Wellness Committee where I meet with counselors and social workers in quarterly meetings. In my free time I love to do volunteer work helping around Baldwinsville inside and out of the school. 

I have been part of ski club since 7th grade. During my junior year, I started rugby and have been active member of the Syracuse Silverhawks rugby team. I have a love for reading and will pursue a history degree in college. I’m extremely grateful for this position.
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