Assistant Superintendent for Teaching, Learning & Accountability
Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. John González
I joined the Geneva City School District in October of 2022. As the assistant superintendent of teaching, learning, and accountability, my work connects with all aspects of instruction in our district; this includes English language learners, bilingual programs, special education, and extended school day, to name a few.
I am a husband to my wife, Jill, and father to daughters, Mia and Sienna. I was born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y., and I attended Buffalo Public Schools. I am a graduate of Buffalo State College, SUNY Brockport, and the University of Rochester, where I received my certification in school building and district-level leadership. After graduating from Buffalo State College with my certification in childhood and special education, I was employed in the Rochester City School District as a special education teacher. I also served as an instructional coach, supporting both literacy and math instruction.
In 2013, I began my career as an administrator in the Rochester City School District, where I served as the director of expanded learning, and principal of Francis Parker, School 23, and Anna Murray Douglass Academy, School 12. In 2021, I joined the Buffalo Public School District as the associate superintendent for school leadership, where I supported 13 schools serving students in grades pre-K–12. Many of the schools I supported in Buffalo were bilingual schools serving a large population of multi-language learners.
I am grateful to be a part of the Geneva City School District to support enhancing the work we are doing with educating our children. I believe that our impact is most powerful when it is done together as a community.