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Stacy O’Connor: Asst. Superintendent for Finance and Operations
Erik Karlund: Director of Operations
Fax: 631-434-3104
The Business Office is responsible for all of the Business and Operation functions throughout the District. These areas include Accounting, Benefits, Building and Grounds, Information Technologies, Insurance, Payroll, Purchasing, School Lunch, Security and Transportation. Please scroll down or click the links below for more information.


Supervisor: Michelle Mi

Fax: 434-3104

The Accounting Office is responsible for accounts receivable, accounts payable and numerous financial functions.

Financial Information

Buildings and Grounds

Plant Facilities Administrator:   434-2291

The Buildings and Grounds Department is responsible for the maintenance and cleanliness of all District locationsincluding the outside grounds, long range planning, health and safety code compliance, capital improvements and environmental regulation compliance.
The Department consists of professionals in many trades,including a plumber, electrician, locksmith and automotive technician.

 Click on the links below for more information:

Use of Facilities Policy

Pesticide Notification


Manager: Irene Malfa

Fax: 434-3104

The Payroll Department is responsible for processing payroll for nearly
3,000 employees on a bi-weekly basis.

Link to Staff Resources, Information, forms,etc.

All employees of The Brentwood Union Free School District are eligible to participate in our 403(b) Plan. The third party administrator of our 403(b) Plan is The Omni Group. Information and enrollment forms can be found on the Omni website, or by contacting Omni at 1-877-544-6664.

School Lunch

Director of Operations: Erik Karlund
Carol Ann Grodski, MS, RDN, CD/N, School Lunch Manager

Fax: 434-1175

The School Lunch Department serves breakfast and lunch to thousands of students and many staff members each day.
The Department is dedicated to providing well balanced meals to promote good nutritional habits.
To this end, the Department has introduced many organic and healthy choice foods to the menu.

The Department also provides a summer lunch program for school age children.

Breakfast & Lunch Menu 

District Wellness Committee

NY State Nutrition Audit


Supervisor: Nicole Valente

Fax: 434-3104

The Benefits Office is responsible for employee benefits for over 2,000 employees.
These benefits include health, dental, vision, prescription and life insurances, and workers’ compensation.


Director of Operations: Erik Karlund
Purchasing Agent: Frank Hark

Fax: 434-2528

The Purchasing Department is responsible for
processing nearly 10,000 purchase orders each year.
The Department also supervises warehouse functions, performs competitive bids, maintains fixed asset inventory and approves new vendors.


Information Technologies

Coordinator: Guy Nelson
Asst. Coordinator: Joe Matzelle
Fax: 434-3999

Instructional Technology Plan - Annually - 2016

The Information Technologies Department is responsible
for the following

  • Administrative computing
  • Student database
  • Financial database
  • Maintaining and processing all NYS testing data used for NYS report card
  • Telephone system
  • System backups and disaster recovery planning
  • E-mail systems
  • All network connectivity for 18 buildings and over 5,000 computing devices
  • SPAM protection
  • Virus protection
  • Internet access Installation, maintenance and monitoring of all application servers which run the instructional computing applications.


for more information: Parents Bill Of Rights


School Safety and Security

Director of School Safety: Carlos Sanchez    434-2500 Safety and Security Web Site

The Security Department operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Department deploys security officers at many
building locations and has roving vehicles that patrol the District.

The Department responds to numerous incidents throughout the District, including bus accidents, works cooperatively with the Suffolk Police Department, directs traffic at events and school arrival/dismissal
and safeguards the students, staff and possessions of the District.

Mission Statement

The Brentwood School Safety's mission is to
protect Brentwood's future, deliver professional services
and to implement a comprehensive school safety program,
which supports the district's educational goals.
We are committed to our mission and ready to deliver.

To report an incident, please call 434-2500



Coordinator: Karen Harris 434-2493

Suffolk Transportation: 434-2492
Transportation General Information

The Transportation Department transports roughly 20,000 students to about 75 locations each day.
The Department is dedicated to providing safe transportation services in a clean environment.
For the safety of the students, drivers and bus matrons, security cameras have been installed on the buses.

Available Forms for Downloading (PDF format):

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Suffolk Transportation Service, Inc.
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