Mr. Stephen Todd | St. Lawrence University Education

Mr. Stephen Todd

Stephen Todd
Class year: 
Class of 1992
Heuvelton, NY; Currently resides in Watertown, NY

Name: Mr. Stephen Todd

Current Position: District Superintendent of Jefferson-Lewis-Hamilton-Herkimer-Oneida BOCES

Position held since:  July 1, 2014

Previous Employment: 8 years as a Social Studies teacher in the Watertown City School District (Case Middle School and Watertown High School); 1 year as an administrative intern in Watertown City School District; 5 years as Assistant Principal of Watertown High School; 2 years as Principal of Watertown High School; 4 years as Assistant Superintendent for Instruction at St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES

Educational Background: K-12 Heuvelton Central School, Heuvelton, NY; Bachelor’s Degree from St. Lawrence University, 1992; one year of graduate work in Political Theory and Social Theory at Cornell University, 1992-93; Masters of Science in Teaching degree from SUNY Potsdam, 1994; Certificate of Advanced Studies in Education Administration and Supervision, SUNY Oswego, 2002.

My St. Lawrence Experience: St. Lawrence University was very good to me and my four siblings, all of whom graduated from the University.  We all benefited from the generosity and support of Laurentians who came before us, through significant scholarship support, constant moral support, and frequent opportunities for mentoring.  I owe a huge debt of gratitude to St. Lawrence for helping me to become the person I am.  St. Lawrence has helped me in every aspect of my personal and professional life, and I have been privileged to serve for the last 10 years on the Alumni Executive Council of the University, the last 2 years as Council’s President.  This has given me the opportunity to begin to “pay it forward” to current and future Laurentians, though volunteering activities, fundraising, and mentoring.  I look forward to remaining engaged with the University as long as I live, since all of us who are touched by St. Lawrence become “Laurentians for Life.”