Board appoints assistant principals
ALBANY, N.Y. (Nov. 2, 2018) – The City School District of Albany
Board of Education on Thursday appointed two veteran educators as
assistant principals at district middle schools.
Allison Brodie will join the team at Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle
School and April Stokes will join the team at Edmund J. O'Neal Middle
School of Excellence.
Brodie joined the district in 2014 as a teacher at William S. Hackett
Middle School. She also taught elementary school at Rensselaer Park
Elementary School in Lansingburgh and Henry Johnson Charter School. In
addition, she served as a building substitute teacher at Giffen Memorial
Elementary School, taught first grade at Round Hill Elementary School
and taught sixth grade at Washingtonville Middle School. She earned her
bachelor’s degree at SUNY Oneonta, a master’s degree from the University
at Albany and her administrative certification from Massachusetts
College of Liberal Arts.
She replaces Timitra
Rose, who recently became an assistant principal at Edmund J. O'Neal
Middle School of Excellence.
Stokes joined the school district in 2005 as a school counselor at the
former Harriet Gibbons High School. She also worked as a school
counselor at Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School, Abrookin Career
and Technical Center Extended Day Program and, most recently, Tony
Clement Center for Education. She holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY
Oswego, a master’s degree from the University at Albany and her
administrative certification from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
Her new position will fill a vacancy created in October when Malik Jones
left O'Neal to become principal of Steven and Harriet Myers Middle
Brodie starts her new post Monday. Stokes moves to O’Neal on Nov. 26.
The mission of the City School District of
Albany is to educate and prepare all students for
college and career, citizenship and life, in partnership with our
diverse community. The district serves
students in 18
elementary, middle and high schools. In addition to neighborhood
schools, the district includes several magnet schools and programs, as
well as other innovative academic opportunities for students,
including four themed academies at Albany High