After more than a decade with the district, Assistant Superintendent for Business Robert Miller will retire effective April 1.
Miller’s duties include developing and managing the district’s fiscal affairs and keeping its day-to-day operations running smoothly.
Miller has served in school business for 24 years – 11 of them in Goshen. “I’ve enjoyed the work,” he said. “I fully embraced the challenge of providing an excellent academic program to students while keeping tax rates stable. It was a task I relished.”
According to Miller, the timing of his retirement couldn’t be more perfect for both him and the district. “The district is in good shape fiscally,” he said. “I’m happy to leave the district on solid financial footings at a time where I still have many years ahead to enjoy in retirement.”
Miller is an avid sailor and plans to sail his boat along the east coast from Maine to Florida – a dream he’s had for several years. He looks forward to focusing on his hobbies, including model railroading and writing, remodeling his home and spending time with family.
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time at Goshen Schools,” he said. “I will especially miss my dedicated staff. It was a pleasure working with them.”
Miller joined the district on July 2, 2007, and had previously served as assistant superintendent for business at several districts including Sullivan West, Hoosick Falls, Livingston Manor and the Florida Union Free School District.
The district is currently accepting applications to fill Miller’s position. More information will be shared as it becomes available.