Mary Alice Price will be inducted into the New York State Senate's "Women of Distinction" on May 7 in Albany.  Congratulations and "well done !" to Mary Alice for a career of professionalism, caring, planning and results.

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A former Pittsford Schools superintendent will be inducted into New York State Senate's "Women of Distinction".

Senator Ted O'Brien nominated Mary Alice Price in recognition for her 40-year career as an educator and administrator.

Price will go to Albany on May 7 and will be formally inducted into the "Women of Distinction" during a ceremony in the Well of the Legislative Office Building.

Price retired from the Pittsford Schools in January. During her tenure, both Pittsford Mendon and Pittsford Sutherland were listed among the top 100 high schools in the nation. Price was also recognized as the 2009 New York State School Superintendent of the Year and has also been nominated for this year's national PTSA Lifetime Achievement Award.

Before going to Pittsford, Price was superintendent of the Churchville-Chili Schools, an assistant superintendent of West Irondequoit Central School District and an English teacher at Webster Central Schools.




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