Windsor Middle School Administration

 
   Mr. Kevin Strahley
Principal
Mr. Strahley is the Principal of our Middle School, proudly joining the administrative team of the Windsor Central School District in the summer of 2012.

He was raised in Carmel, NY and came to the Southern Tier to attend Binghamton University. After earning a degree in History, he became a Social Studies teacher in the Johnson City School District. He taught for ten years in the High School and Middle School there, coaching multiple sports, advising the Ski Club and Student Council, and serving as Head Teacher of Social Studies in the Middle School.
 
In 2017, Mr. Strahley was named the Secondary Administrator of the Year for Region 9 of the School Administrators Association of New York State.  The same group named him Middle School Principal of the Year in 2018.  He was also named the New York State Principal of the Year in 2018 by the National Association of Secondary Principals.    

Mr. Strahley earned a Master’s Degree in Teaching from Binghamton University and later a Certificate of Advanced Study in School District Administration from SUNY Cortland. He moved into educational administration as a Supervisor of Instructional Programs for the Broome-Tioga BOCES. For eleven years he served as the Principal of the West (Tioga) Learning Center, as well as Supervisor of the Evergreen and Crossroads programs. He also participated in the inaugural cohort of the Southern Tier Leadership Academy and completed the New York State Superintendent Development Program through SUNY Oswego.

He currently lives in Vestal, NY with his wife and four children.
 
 
Erica Lambrou
 
   Mrs. Erica Strick
Associate Principal
estrick@windsor-csd.org
655-8247
 
Erica Strick is proud to be the Associate Principal of Windsor Middle School. Prior to joining the Windsor administrative team, she was a special education teacher at Susquehanna Valley High School for 6 years.  

Mrs. Strick grew up in Victor, NY and moved to the southern tier in 2011. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Washington & Jefferson College and a Master of Science degree in Inclusive Adolescent Education from Nazareth College.  Most recently, she completed a Certificate of Advanced Study in School Building and District Leadership at Binghamton University. As an experienced educator, Mrs. Strick has significant experience in the areas of inclusion and building school climate.

 
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