Sister Carol Cimino Named Superintendent of Catholic Schools

5:05 PM, Jan 27, 2013   |    comments
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Sister Carol Cimino, Photo Courtesy: Diocese of Buffalo

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Buffalo Bishop Richard Malone has appointed Sister Carol Cimino as new Superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Buffalo, the bishop announced in a statement Saturday.

The diocese says Sister Cimino will officially assume the role on June 1st.

Cimino is a native of Rochester and previously served in several Catholic schools: she was assistant principal and director of development at Nazareth Academy, principal at St. Anthony's School and assistant principal at St. Agnes High School.

Sister Cimino has been executive director of Catholic School Administrators Association of New York since 1987.

According to the diocese, Cimino taught Latin, economics and American government at St. Andrew's Minor Seminary (King's Preparatory).

Sister Cimino will be introduced at the "Making a Difference Dinner - A Celebration of Catholic Schools" held at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center January 31st.

The diocese says Sister Carol Cimino will make a number of visits to Buffalo prior to her official start date. Cimino succeeds Dr. Rosemary Henry, who resigned in September 2012 to pursue a teaching opportunity in Ecuador.

More information on Catholic schools in the Diocese of Buffalo can be found on their website.


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