Meet our Native American Service Providers

Michala Redeye

Ms. Michala Redeye
TOSA - Native American Program Coordinator

As the Native American Program Coordinator I oversee all programs and services for Native American students in our district.  I work closely with the district staff, the Seneca Nation and other agencies to ensure that our students have the tools they need to be successful in and out of the classroom.  We have an amazing staff who are dedicated to being strong supports for our students academically, socially and emotionally.  They are also a support system for the families as a whole.  

Please check our our Native American Service Providers below along with our flow chart by school. 
MRedeye@salamancany.org
Office: 716-945-2400 Ext. 6004 or cell 716-307-5924

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Family School Liaison

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Stephanie Vogle

Mrs. Stephanie Vogle
Family School Liaison

Hello! I am a Family School Liaison - Home School Coordinator. I will be working with Native American students and families within the school district. I am assigned to Seneca Intermediate, but my office is currently in the High School.  My role is to act as a liaison between home and school, strengthening the relationship between the family and school. My goal is to link families with many different supportive services to best meet the needs of each family.

I am an advocate for the student and family within the school.  Please contact myself AND your child's teacher with any academic, behavioral, social/emotional needs.

Please feel free to contact me with any concerns and/or questions. 
SVogle@salamancany.org
Cell: 716-801-0280

Brittney Jimerson

Miss Brittney Jimerson

Hello! I am a Family School Liaison - Home School Coordinator. I will be working with Native American students and families within the school district. I am assigned to Prospect Elementary.  My role is to act as a liaison between home and school, strengthening the relationship between the family and school. My goal is to link families with many different supportive services to best meet the needs of each family.

I am an advocate for the student and family within the school.  Please contact myself AND your child's teacher with any academic, behavioral, social/emotional needs.

Please feel free to contact me with any concerns and/or questions.
BJimerson@salamancany.org
Cell: 716-801-5265

Darren Ross

Mr. Darren Ross
SNI Native American Social Worker K-7

I am the Native American school Social Worker for grades K-7.  I will work in both Prospect and Seneca schools.  My goal for the children of our community is to support them socially and emotionally, in an effort to help them succeed in all that they do.  All children should have hope for the future, and I will strive to provide that support. 

If you feel your child would benefit from these services, you can contact your child's teacher and/or myself.  My contact information is below.
DRoss1@salamancany.org
716-945-2400 Ext. 5253

Amee Crowley

Ms. Amee Crowley
Social Worker

I am Amee Crowley, I have worked in the district as a school Social Worker since 2007. I see Native students in grades 8-12. Possible treatments can include individual and group counseling. Areas of focus can be Trauma Treatment, Social Skills, and Coping Skills, Mindfulness, and Emotion Regulation skills training.  I am housed at the Salamanca High School.

If you feel your child could benefit from these services, please contact me at the number and email below.
ACrowley@salamancany.org
Office: 716-945-2404 Ext. 6005
Cell: 716-244-8509

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HS Native American Counselor

Andrea Cooke

Ms. Andrea Cooke
Seneca Language / Iroquois Studies Grades 7-10

I teach students in grade 7-8-9-10, Seneca 7 of course is grade 7- introductory level of the Seneca Language, Seneca 8 and Seneca I are beginning level with a tinge of linguistics, and Iroquois studies-grade 9-10 only and this is a sprinkling/introduction to the Hodinöhsö:nih history/culture. 

Rachael Wolfe

Mrs. Rachael Wolfe
Seneca Language / Culture 9-12

Seneca Language/Culture Teacher 9-12
Seneca History Co-Teacher
Seneca Youth Council Advisor
Seneca Youth Dancers Advisor
Language Department Chair
Salamanca High School

RWolfe@salamancany.org
716-945-2404 Ext. 6072

Carrie Fidurko

Mrs. Carrie Fidurko
Family School Liaison

Hello! I am a Family School Liaison. I will be working with Native American students and families within the school district. I am housed at the High School.  My role is to act as a liaison between home and school, strengthening the relationship between the family and school. My goal is to link families with many different supportive services to best meet the needs of each family.

I am an advocate for the student and family within the school.  Please contact myself AND your child's teacher with any academic, behavioral, social/emotional needs.

Please feel free to contact me with any concerns and/or questions.
CFidurko@salamancany.org
Cell: 716-801-5728

Molly Cooper

Miss Molly Cooper
Seneca Language & Culture

Pre-K - 3rd grade

I will provide Seneca Language and Hodinosyonih culture to all students at Prospect Elementary.  

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, please feel free to contact me an the number and email below.
molly.cooper@sni.org
Prospect Elementary: 716-945-5170

Pat Galante

Mr. Patrick Galante
SNI Tutor Seneca IS

I push into classrooms to work with teachers and students.  The teachers will identify a student in need, we will create a plan for them and work with any other support staff when needed.  You can always contact your child's teacher AND your Family School Liaison with any educational, behavioral or emotional needs.  They will be in contact with the support staff to ensure your child gets the services they need.  You may also contact me at Seneca Intermediate at the number and email below. 

The SNI Education Department offers after school tutoring, you can contact the Education Department at (716) 945-8119.

Patrick.Galante@sni.org

Kim Cian

Ms. Kim Cian
SNI - Social Worker 8-12

Hello, I am Kimberly Cian. I have been actively involved in the Native students’ academics as a Teacher/Tutor for the Seneca Nation since 2011. Last school year, I accepted the position of Native American Social Worker for grades 8-12.

Students are welcome to meet with me for counseling, coping/emotional/social skills, educational direction, and general support. There are opportunities to meet individually, as well as in group settings.

It is my goal to provide support and reassurance to our students during the school day. Families/Guardians are welcome to be actively involved in this process through open communication, meetings, and home visits.

Referrals come from faculty and staff, parents/guardians, and students. Please feel free to contact me at the information below.
KCian@salamancany.org
716-945-2404 Ext. 6121

Dustin Ross

Dustin Ross
Native American Tutor

Hello, my name is Dustin Ross.  I am one of the tutors in the Native American tutoring room.  There will be some Native American students scheduled into our room during Warrior Academies. We work to do what is best for the student’s success in the classroom.  It is very important to have open communication between our room and the teacher’s.  I Graduated from Salamanca High School in 2002, and received my Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Ithaca College in 2006.  At the high school I specialize in Math but work with students on all subject areas.  I have worked in the school district for 10 years prior to moving to the Seneca Nation in April 2017.  I enjoy sports and am an Assistant Varsity Football coach for Salamanca.  I have coached football for the district for around 10 years.  I live in Salamanca with my family, my fiance, Callie Fluent, Collin Clousing (step-son), Cale Clousing (step-son), Lotte Ross (Daugther).

DRoss@salamancany.org
716-945-2404 Ext. 6256

Jerry Musial

Mr. Jerry Musial

History, Seneca History
Salamanca High School

GMusial@salamancany.o