David J. Doyle Kendall Jr/Sr High School Administration
Jr/Sr High Principal
Jr/Sr High Assistant Principal
KENDALL CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
1932 Kendall Road
Kendall, New York 14476
Julie E. Christensen
(585) 659-8903 FAX
David J. Doyle
Jr. Sr. High School
(585) 659-8988 FAX
(585) 659-8988 FAX
(585) 659-8940 FAX
Coordinator Special Education
(585) 659-8904 FAX
Dear Community Members, Parents, and Students:
Congratulations to students and staff in the high school for earning the distinction of being ranked in the top 7% of high schools by U.S. News and World Report. This publication took into account data such as students' results on math and English Regents and the number of students enrolled in AP (Advanced Placement) courses. The entire high school staff is committed to providing every student with an outstanding education so that he or she can compete in the 21st century.
Currently, students are diligently preparing for their Regents exams administered in June. I have included the examination schedule for the June 2013 exams. These Regents are truly high stakes. Students must past five State exams to earn a Regents diploma. Please make sure your child is well rested and eats a healthy breakfast before his or her Regents. Please check the Kendall website for a listing of after school and Saturday review classes.
There is no denying that preparing our students academically for life after high school is our primary focus. We must provide students with the necessary content and skills to compete in this complex economy. However, I am proud to share that the staff goes above and beyond to provide our students with other enriching experiences. I had the pleasure to travel with the 8th grade class to Washington D.C. and with the seniors to New York City. Every time the staff travels with Kendall's kids we receive compliments. On the way home from Washington we stopped at an Old Country Buffet restaurant. One of the patrons approached the chaperones' table and complimented us on our students' behavior. The seniors visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. A volunteer at the museum asked me what college our group attended. I explained that I was traveling with a group of seniors on their senior trip. He was amazed and complimented our seniors regarding their behavior and attention to the exhibits.
The U.S. News and World Report publication documented that our students work hard academically and strive for excellence. But what this publication can't measure is the character of our students. I am proud of our kids, and I am honored to serve as their principal. I hope you all enjoy your summer and I look forward to another rewarding year beginning in September.
Kendall Junior/Senior High School Principal