Whitesville Central School

Board of Education

The five-member Board of Education is elected by district residents and voluntarily serves as your representative in policy matters concerning the school district. Elections are held each year on the third Tuesday in May; each member serves a term of three-years.

Tracey L. Waters, District Clerk
Phone: 607-356-3301, ext. 221
Email: twaters@whitesvillesd.org


Top row: Mr. Cutler and Mr. Erdmann; Bottom row: Mrs. Matteson, Mrs. Acomb and Ms. Steadman

2023-24 Board Members:

President - Jeffrey Erdmann
Mr. Erdmann has served as a Board member since July 2009. His current term expires June 30, 2024.

Vice- President - Charles Cutler, Jr.
Mr. Cutler has served as a Board member since 2015. His term expires June 30, 2024.


Monica Acomb
Mrs. Acomb has served as a Board member since 2016. Her current term will expire June 30, 2026.

Erica Matteson
Mrs. Matteson was elected to serve on the Board at the May 17, 2022 Budget Vote/Election. Her term expires June 30, 2025

Amanda Steadman
Ms. Steadman was appointed to fill the vacant seat on the Board at the October 10, 2023, Regular Board Meeting and has taken her Oath of Office.
She will hold office until the May 21, 2024 Annual School District Vote/Election.


Jane Hall resigned effective September 21, 2023. Thank you Mrs. Hall for 11-years of faithful service to the Whitesville Central School District!

Board Meeting Dates

All regular meetings are tentatively scheduled on the SECOND Tuesday of each month and are held in the high school library at 7 PM unless otherwise indicated.

Regular Board of Education Meeting - May 21, 2024 in the (*) Elementary Library (elementary hall, classroom 126) at 7:00 PM

Budget Development Calendar 2024

The Board of Education invites public comment in an open forum at the designated time on the meeting agenda to discuss matters under consideration. Each individual speaker is allotted three (3) minutes to speak. The public comment period is not a discussion, so please do no expect the Board to respond to your comments, concerns and/or questions that night. If necessary, the Board may follow up with you during the week, at a future meeting or have the proper staff member get back to you. The Board will listen carefully and value your input. All speakers and visitors must maintain civility and mutual respect. Please address the Board directly, rather than the audience.

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