One half of the two-person Pupil Personnel Services department for Rhinebeck Central Schools, Stacy Stoliker wears many hats. She provides districtwide administrative services for families of students receiving special education, English language learners, and those students receiving support under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.
“I also do all of the Medicaid rebilling for the district,” Stoliker added. Service to others is just part of her DNA — that includes helping parents navigate the system to better serve their children.
With everything else on her plate, Stoliker still finds the time to support her colleagues. She has held several roles in the union,
with the last seven years serving as president of the Rhinebeck Association of Non-Instructional Employees, a unit representing a wide range of SRP job titles. A passionate union advocate, she works hard to get, and keep, members active and involved in their union.
“The ANIE unit is a team. Our main premise of everything we do is that we are the core of the district, and we operate that way: You may be an aide. You may be a custodial staff member. I may be a clerical staff. But we all work together.”