North Collins High appoints new principal

Brandon Wojcik

NORTH COLLINS — North Collins Central School District announced Thursday that Brandon Wojcik will be the high school principal to replace Erich Ploetz, who went to Ellicottville.

Wojcik attended the State University of New York College at Buffalo, or SUNY Buffalo State, in 1993 to 1997, where he got a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, according to his LinkedIn. He attended Buffalo State again in 2002 and graduated in 2004 and got a B.A. in Biology Education and received his master’s degree in Earth Science Education after going to Buff State from 2005 to 2009.

Two years later until 2013, Wojcik became certified at Buffalo State to be a School District and Building Administrator.

Following his latest certification at Buffalo State, Wojcik became a school administrator at Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES starting in September 2013 until his hiring at North Collins. During that time, Wojcik put in his LinkedIn that he was the “campus leader for a multiple-location facility, serving nine component districts,” and that he “supervise(d) the delivery of eight New York state-approved CTE programs, including management and delivery of four credits of integrated academics.”

Wojcik takes up his new role on Monday at North Collins.


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