District Wide School Safety Plan
School Resource Officer
Meet our School Resource Officers, Caledonia PD Officers Michael Burnside and Stephanie Schroeder
Cal-Mum Central School is pleased to introduce our two new School Resource Officers. SRO Michael Burnside will be on campus Mondays and Wednesday through Friday. SRO Stephanie Schroeder will be here on Tuesdays.
Over the past four years, SRO Burnside had often filled in as Cal-Mum School’s SRO. He serves as a field training officer and firearms instructor for the Caledonia Police Department. SRO Burnside is retired from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department where he worked as a crime scene technician, forensic video and audio analyst, and a fire investigator.
SRO Burnside is a Cal-Mum High School alumnus. He and his wife Eileen Burnside reside in Mumford and have two adult children who are also Cal-Mum graduates. Mrs. Burnside is the cafeteria manager at the elementary school.
SRO Schroeder worked at the Livingston County 911 Emergency Center while attending college. She later completed the law enforcement training academy and was hired by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department where she worked as a road patrol deputy and later as a member of the LCSD Swat Team. In 2019, Deputy Schroeder resigned from the sheriff’s department to become Chief of Staff for NYS Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes, a role that she will continue serving in simultaneously with her duties as SRO.
Both SRO Burnside and Schroeder are very eager to meet the students. They will split their time between the elementary, middle and high school buildings as well as be visible in other campus buildings and parking areas. The SRO is on campus daily to provide safety and security of our students and staff as well as classroom visits, instructional support, student assistance and to provide answers to law enforcement questions.
SRO Burnside and Schroeder can be reached by email: email@example.com or by calling the District Office at 585-538-6811.
Caledonia-Mumford Central School is committed to ensuring a safe school environment for students, staff and visitors.
A Caledonia Police Officer is on campus during the school days when classes are in session. He is visible in the parking lots, main entrances to the school buildings, in the hallways, cafeterias and in his office.
July 2012 New York Diginity For All Students Act
New York State’s Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act) seeks to provide the State’s public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function.