With almost 15 years of hands-on teaching experience, Caston Binger possesses the qualifications needed to promote a school district's philosophy, vision, and goals.
He currently works as an assistant principal in Rochester, NY. Although he has spent many years dedicated to the equitable learning and success of students, he considers himself to be a reflective lifelong learner who is deeply committed to supporting his colleagues, students and their families. This philosophy has enabled him to develop strong communication, interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills, which allows him to cultivate a supportive and collaborative learning environment.
As an administrator at EMHCS, Caston Binger continues to learn about the school community and its dedication and commitment to learning for all students. He is eager to work in a collaborative environment where his passion and enthusiasm for inclusive instruction can make a meaningful impact.
It is Caston Binger's firm belief that the work done in schools has a profound impact on student development, resilience, and, ultimately, their success. His aim is to provide leadership that will foster a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning community that contributes to the academic achievement of all students.