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Zhenzhi Tang, Chair

tangzhenzhi@gmail.com

Chair  Zhenzhi Tang was appointed in June 2022. He has served on the board for 5 cumulative years. He served CSR as Vice Principal from 2016 to 2018 and Principal from 2018 to 2020. 

He is a scientist with Department of Neurology, University of Rochester Medical Center.

 

Ying Gao, Vice Chair

yinggao77@yahoo.com

Ying Gao has served on CSR board of directors and school committees for over 20 years in various positions including as Principal, Vice Principal, and Headteacher. 

She is currently a software engineer with Corning Inc. and previously with Kodak and Xerox. She is the mother of two CSR alumni.

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Jingcheng Liu, Treasurer

jchliustuff@yahoo.com

Treasurer Jingcheng Liu was appointed in June 2022. He has served on the board for 4 cumulative years. He served as CSR Vice Principal from 2018 to 2020 and Principal from 2020 to 2022. 

He is a software engineer with Esri. 

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Qin Xu, Member

qxu_1999@yahoo.com

Annie, Zhang, Member

xiaojia66@hotmail.com

Board Meeting Minutes

6/4/2022  Board meeting. The CSR Principal Jingcheng Liu proposed to increase the hourly pay for the teachers volunteering in CSR. The hour pay for CSR teachers will be increased by $5 in addition to their basic payment. This proposal was passed on June 4th 2022 with the approval from all board members.   

 

5/29/2022  Board meeting. The CSR school board and committee members gathered at Thornell Farm Park for farewell party for CSR Board Chair Mr. Shaohua Liu. Shaohua had served as the CSR board Chair from 2019 to 2022, the CSR Principal from 2016 to 2018, and many years of board in CSR.

 

The school board members who attended the meetings were: Shaohua Liu, Zhenzhi Tang, Ying Gao, and Qin Xu. The school committee who attended the meeting were: Jingcheng Liu, Xiaodong Mi, Shan Feng and Zhemin Zhang.

The board members discussed the coming semester which starts in September, and ​

       1) decided all the language and culture classes shall be resumed in face-to-face lesson in classrooms

       2) to expand the folk dancing classes and youth choir class which are not practical in online teaching during Covid-19 pandemic

       3) the board also planned to elect more people to serve as board members in the coming semester