Region 6 Leadership Breakfast
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Each year, the SAANYS Region 6 Board holds its annual Leadership Breakfast in order to recognize leadership in all of its forms in our schools. This year our breakfast will be held on May 22 from 9-11 am at the Van Patten Golf Club in Clifton Park. We will recognize student leaders in grades 5-12 from area schools, our senior scholarship winners, leaders among our administrative colleagues as well as “Friends” of Education.
This year’s winners are:
Excelsior Award Winners:
Gwynne Cosh -Principal of William H. Barton Intermediate School Queensbury Union Free School District
Joby Gifford -Principal of Jefferson Elementary School Schalmont Central School District
Rich Johns – Retired Saratoga Springs City School District Teacher/Act with Respect Always
Jennie Pennington Award Winner:
Suzanne Rayome -Burnt Hills Ballston Lake Central School District K-12 Supervisor of Library Media
Friend of Education Award Winners
Mark Mullholland – News Channel 13 WNYT
Subrina Dhammi -News Channel 13 WNYT
Region 6 Student Scholarship Recipients
Zoe Geiger, Ichabod Crane High School
Olivia Gibeault, Ichabod Crane High School
Michael Gutchell, Shenendehowa High School
Sara Hotailing, Ravena Coeymans Selkirk High School
Ella Irons, South Colonie High School
Amanda Jurgelon, Mohonasen High School
ShawnJohn Kannermore, Mohonasen High School
Sean Kilmartin, Shenendehowa High School
David Mooradian, Averill Park High School
Dina Santabarbara, Schalmont High School
Carissa Shanahan, Cohoes High School
Emma Winslow, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School
Cambridge Elementary School
Galway Central School Joseph Henry Elementary
Lake George Elementary School
Lake George Jr./Sr. High School
Mechanicville Jr/Sr High School
Mohonasen Pinewood Intermediate School
Mohonasen Draper Middle School
Mohonasen High School
Queensbury High School
Queensbury William H. Barton Intermediate School
Queensbury Middle School
Schuylerville High School
Shenendehowa Central School Acadia Middle School
Shenendehowa Central School Gowana Middle School
Shenendehowa Central School Koda Middle School
Region 6 Support a Scholar Charity Golf Tournament
July 20, 2023
Fairways at Halfmoon
17 Johnson Rd., Halfmoon, NY 12118
Each year, SAANYS Region 6 awards scholarships to college bound seniors who attend schools in our region. This golf event enables our committee to expand our scholarship offerings. We urge educators to join us for an exciting day of golf, good food, and fun at The Fairways of Halfmoon. There will be prizes for first, second, and third place foursomes, as well as thank you gifts for all participants.
SAANYS Region 6 welcomes businesses and organizations willing to assist our Support A Scholar Charity Golf Tournament in two sponsorship levels:
Friend of Education Sponsor | $750 donation
- Registration for up to 4 golfers.
- Signage at the tournament tee.
- Recognition of your donation at our 2023 Leadership breakfast.
Tee Sign Sponsor | $100 donation
- Signage at a tournament tee.
- Acknowledgment in the Support A Scholar Tournament program and on the SAANYS Website.
Schedule of Events:
8:00am – 8:50am | Registration/Check-in
9:00am | Shotgun Start Scramble
1:00pm | Lunch Buffet
2:00pm | Awards
Registration Deadline: July 13, 2023
Registration includes golf, cart, lunch buffet, awards, and scholarship donation.
Open Division Fee: $140 per golfer
Mulligans: 2 for $10 (available at the door)
Tee Sign Sponsors: $100 donation
Friend of Education Sponsor: $750 donation
- List the others in your foursome in the Notes field on the registration form
- Each player must complete this form separately
- Sponsors – fill in the registration form for payment and then email Bryan Wood to arrange advertising and signage details.
For further information, please contact:
Bryan Wood at (518) 506-1897 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Under the leadership of the regional chairperson, elected committee members provide collegial support for administrators and administrative units in the region. Your regional representatives are your local contact for state-level representation and coordination of services.