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Buildings and Grounds

Buildings & Grounds

The Department of Buildings and Grounds oversees nine district sites and one million square feet of school facilities.  Responsibilities include: school safety & security, building & ground maintenance, construction management, pickup & deliveries, transportation, fee waivers, payment plans, free & reduced lunch, student incident insurance, legal notices, and food services.


The Office of Communication aims to keep the community informed and engaged while promoting the mission, achievements, and challenges of Batavia Public School District 101.

Curriculum & Instruction

The Curriculum and Instruction Division advances the knowledge and professional practice in teaching and learning for Batavia Public Schools. The principle work of the Curriculum and Instruction Division is to assist teachers in facilitating exceptional academic and social progress for every student in the Batavia Public Schools.

Finance and Business Office

The Finance and Business office handles all of the financial transactions for the school district including financial reporting, purchasing, accounts payable, payroll, budgeting, employee benefits and staff attendance.  It is also responsible for the development and administration of the school district’s budget.

School Counselors

School Counselors work with families, students & school staff to support students in the areas of academic achievement, social-emotional development and career readiness.

Student Services

Student Services coordinates the support of special education programs.



The Superintendent’s Office is a liaison between the community and the Board of Education.  The Board of Education approves the vision, mission, goals and policies for the district.  The Superintendent is responsible for carrying out the vision, mission, goals and policies of the Board of Education as the day-to-day operating officer of the Batavia Schools.  The Superintendent develops action plans, regulations and procedures or the means for achieving the end results for the Board of Education.  In addition, the Superintendent services as the Board of Education Secretary and his administrative assistant is the recording secretary for Board meeting minutes.


The Division of Technology consists of three departments and supports over 5,100 computers, more than 9,200 devices and 90+ servers.  With 20 full and part-time staff members, the Division supports 6,200+ students and more than 700 employees.