Rochester School for the Deaf names new Superintendent and CEO

Created: 08/20/2014 11:29 AM WHEC.com

Anthony McLetchie has been named Superintendent and CEO of Rochester School for the Deaf. He replaces Dr. Harold Mowl who is retiring after 20 years.

Since March 2003, McLetchie has held the position of Secondary School Principal of the Ernest C. Drury School for the Deaf in Canada.

"Our entire community is truly grateful for the dedication and leadership of Superintendent Mowl over the past 20-plus years," said Board President Dr. Michael Doughty. "He is leaving us well-prepared for the future with a strong fiscal plan, a collaborative learning culture, and a record of strong student performance.

Officials say McLetchie will take over sometime this fall or winter.

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