New Pupil Personnel Director

Monica Stadler appointed director of pupil personnel services

On the recommendation of Interim Superintendent of Schools Richard Stutzman Jr., and upon approval by the Board of Education on Jan. 28, 2020, Ms. Monica Stadler has been appointed the new director of pupil personnel services for the East Rochester Union Free School District, effective March 2, 2020. She will replace Jeanne Rosilio who is retiring this year after 36 years in education, the last seven of those as the District’s director of pupil personnel services.

Ms. Stadler is currently the director of pupil personnel services for the Newark Central School District, where she has been an educator for the past 17 years. In her position, Ms. Stadler leads and supports special education programming, oversees programming for English Language Learners and ensures compliance, collaborates with district and building leadership to meet student and staff needs, evaluates and supports special education teachers and related service providers and development and implement staff training to meet student needs. Leading to her administrative role, Ms. Stadler served as assistant director of pupil services, teacher on special assignment, administrative intern and special education program supervisor. Her career in special education began in 2002 at Newark Middle School.

“We’re very much looking forward to Ms. Stadler joining our leadership team at East Rochester Union Free School District,” said Interim Superintendent Richard Stutzman. “We were fortunate to have a great candidate pool to work with and I am confident Ms. Stadler will be a great source of support to our staff, students and families in our special education programs and services. Thank you to the Board of Education and the interview committee for their efforts and participation in this important process.”

Ms. Stadler is a graduate of the State University of New York at Geneseo earning a master’s degree in special education and a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education. She has her certificate of advanced study for district and building leader from the University of Rochester and several state certifications.

“I’m excited to join the team at East Rochester because of the dedication and connectedness of students and staff,” said Ms. Stadler. “It is such a unique and special opportunity to work in one building with students of all ages.”

Ms. Stadler resides in Fairport with her husband, Matt, a school counselor in Newark.