The Groton School Board has appointed a new superintendent. The appointment follows the resignation of the former superintendent following a hazing incident involving members of the high school football team.
Margo Martin will take the helm in Groton starting July 1st. Martin has served as high school principal in the Tioga Central School District since 2008.
Martin taught social studies in the Windsor Central School District and Tioga High School for five years.
Martin also has experience as a probation officer and foster care caseworker for Tioga County.
Former superintendent Jim Abrams resigned in January amid criticisms of his handling of the hazing incident. Two teens plead guilty to harassment in connection with the hazing.