The Rochester City School District named a pair of new deputy superintendents Thursday, both veteran district leaders who left and now have returned.
School Chief Beth Mascitti-Miller will become deputy superintendent of administration. She replaces Bo Wright, who was recently selected as the new Rush-Henrietta superintendent.
Mascitti-Miller previously served as deputy superintendent for teaching and learning in the district before leaving to lead early education in Chicago Public Schools.
Cecilia Griffin Golden will become deputy superintendent for teaching and Learning. She replaces Linus Guillory, who has taken a leadership position with Boston Public Schools.
Griffin Golden began her career in education as a teacher in RCSD and eventually rose to become chief academic officer; she was most recently the executive director of education for Hillside Family of Agencies.She ran unsuccessfully for the city school board last fall.
Guillory’s move to Boston, where he will be academic superintendent of elementary transformation networks, marks the latest step on a fast ascent. He was deputy superintendent for seven months after having been a school chief for an even briefer period of time. At this time last year he was principal at Northeast College Prep High School on the Douglass Campus.