Frank San Felice has over 45 years of experience in education. For more than 10 years, he was Program Director of several federally-funded programs including five federal Teacher Incentive Fund-supported programs in New York and New Jersey and the national Network of Independent Charter Schools. He has helped community leaders and organizations design charter school programs and prepare successful charter school applications. He has also helped charter schools work with their authorizers to amend their charters and have their charters renewed.
For 12 years, Frank served as the Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services for a New York State Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). He has been a social studies teacher, academic department chairperson, middle school administrator and special project director. While at BOCES, he was the primary architect and lead administrator for numerous competitive projects funded by state and federal grant programs as well as by NYNEX/Bell Atlantic (Verizon) and IBM. He has designed and coordinated numerous professional development projects as well as local and statewide educational conferences. He was instrumental in the design, development, implementation and operation of one of the first distance learning networks in New York State, and he was part of the team that evaluated the $50 million New York State Diffusion Fund.
Frank was one of the developers of a school Improvement model that received several federal teacher incentive fund (TIF) grant awards totaling approximately $50 million.Frank was the Project Director for the implementation of these TIF grants, which included charter schools in New York City, Buffalo and New Jersey. Frank was a Trustee of the NY Center for Autism Charter School and has served as President of the Dutchess County YMCA.
CACS is proud to have Mr. San Felice as part of our Applicant Group.
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