About Mr. Esposito
Mr. Esposito received his baccalaureate degree in Elementary Education from SUNY Fredonia in May of 1988. He was member of the baseball team while at Fredonia leading the team as co-captain his senior season.
Mr. Esposito served the Medina Central School District as a third grade teacher for six years. He has specified training in English Language Arts and Six Traits of Writing. Previously he was the Coordinator of the English as a Second Language Program in Medina. In that capacity he organized scheduling of students, wrote grant applications, and taught core subjects to 30-35 language deficient students.
He participated in the Mentorship Program, Pupil Services Team, and the Future Leadership Program while in Medina. Mr. Esposito also was a participant in a Leadership Development Program Our Schools, Our Students, Our Issues with New York State Chancellor of Education at the time, Robert M. Bennett.
Mr. Esposito was a member of the Medina coaching staff serving as Varsity baseball coach, Junior Varsity basketball coach, and Modified coach in both basketball and soccer. Highlighting his coaching career was the 2003 baseball season, when his team advanced all the way to the State Championships while winning in the process, the Section VI championship and Far West Regional championship.
Mr. Esposito earned his Masters of Science in Educational Administration/Supervision with honors and completed the NCATE accredited School Administration Program at Niagara University in May of 2003. He joined the ACS administrative team as the Intermediate Principal/Director of Alternative Education in 2004 and currently is the Principal of the PreK-5 Akron Elementary School. He resides in the village of Akron with his wife, Cheryl, son, Ryan and daughter, Emma.