Jay Roscup, consortium grants administrator for Lyons Central School District, recently received the Sister Weaver Service Award from the Genesee Valley Chapter of the New York Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Roscup received the award at the chapter’s annual awards banquet at Ridgemont Country Club in Rochester.
He was honored for his commitment to the children of Wayne County. He secures and oversees grants for six districts in the region. This includes 21st Century Community Learning Centers, which provides before and after-school programming for students, and the School Climate Transformation Grant, which brought tiered interventions models to districts.
Roscup’s service is not just school-based, as he works to bring the community together with Wayne County Maximizing Out of School Time, Wayne County Partnership for Strengthening Families and the Finger Lakes Regional Youth Justice Team, which recently sponsored a national implicit bias trainer and plans to support the Raise the Age law. He serves as a board member on Wayne County Action Program, Family Counseling Services of the Finger Lakes, Sodus CSD board of education and Wayne County Coordinating Council.
He previously was honored for his service by Cornell Cooperative Extension, Sodus CSD board of education and Wayne Action for Racial Equality.