Kyle Roddey, assistant principal of Goshen High School, has accepted the position of Junior-Senior High School Principal at Fallsburg Central School District. He will begin his new position on Feb. 8.
Mr. Roddey has served as high school assistant principal since the 2018-19 school year, where he oversaw matters related to student discipline, teacher observation and school climate. He previously served as the Mayor of Goshen for several years and was also a Goshen graduate.
Before joining the district, Mr. Roddey taught eighth grade social studies at Twin Towers Middle School in the Enlarged City School District of Middletown. There, he was also the acting dean of students at Twin Towers Middle School during an administrative internship.
“Mr. Roddey has exemplified his dedication to the students of Goshen since his arrival as assistant principal,” said Superintendent Daniel Connor. “He has worked tirelessly to implement several educational programs at the high school, including the expansion of our STEAM and distance learning lab course offerings. We are grateful for his tireless efforts, and wish him the very best as he takes on his new role as principal.”
“I am grateful for all the opportunities that Goshen has provided for me to grow as a leader,” said Roddey. “As a Goshen graduate, resident, mayor and school administrator, my life has been truly enriched by this wonderful community.”
The district will update the community about a replacement for Mr. Roddey.