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Schopeg Access Inc. P.O. Box 202 Cobleskill, New York 12043
518-528-9293 mlent@schopeg.com
Scho-PEG Access, Inc. (Schoharie - Public Educational and Government) is a 501c corporation (non-profit) created in 1989. In addition to this web site, Scho-PEG serves as a Cable Commission and operates public, educational and government cable access. Executive Director: Michael Lent - Michael is the executive director of Schopeg Access. Michael Lent began his broadcasting career in 1987. By age 13, he was creating single video camera programming at the Adullam Gospel Church, which eventually led to building a full production studio at the church. After graduating from Cobleskill High, Mike worked full-time as an engineer at WOCD TV 55 where he was responsible for the technical directing for live shows, audio, lighting, video and transmitter engineering. The next milestone in Mike’s career came when he worked at WRGB cbs6 as the audio engineer for the 6pm and 11pm news. This work included video editing and a  master control operator. Currently Mike is the director of operations at WUCB tv41 in Cobleskill (across from high school) where he is responsible for weekly shows, engineering, the digital transmitter that operates on 4 channels. BOARD OF DIRECTORS President - Michael Vandow - Michael Vandow is a SUNY Cobleskill Emeritus Professor who taught Theater, Communications, Cinema and Video Production for thirty-eight years. He founded and served as the Artistic Director of Depot Repertory Theater, Inc. He also founded and served as the initial President of the Board of the Schoharie County Arts Council, Inc. and of Schopeg Access, Inc. He holds a BA from the University of Rochester, an MA in Theater from New York University, an MS in Radio, Television and Film from Syracuse University, and a Ph.D. in Theater from New York University. He is a past President of the Cobleskill Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow. He is the Cable Television Representative for the Village of Cobleskill and the Chair of the Cable Television Negotiating Team for fourteen Municipalities in the region. Vice President - Bonnie Tryon - Bonnie has been an educator for over 33 years as a former K-12 principal for instructional support and planning, director of elementary education, elementary principal, curriculum specialist, and teacher. She has been responsible for leading, designing, and implementing district-wide professional and curriculum development projects.  While serving as director of elementary education in a newly merged district, Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School, she led in the closing and opening of schools.  As principal of the Golding Elementary School, the NYS Commissioner of Education recognized the building as a High-Achieving Gap Closing School. Dr. Tryon has served on the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) as a Zone Director and as president of her state association, School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS). In 2007 she was named New York State Elementary School Principal of the Year and a National Distinguished Elementary School Principal.  She now works as a NAESP and SAANYS MentorCoach and trainer of mentors. Bonnie’s expertise is in the development of mentor-coaching programs for school leaders and in curriculum and instructional design. Bonnie has presented to local, state, and international audiences. She is a graduate of the Cobleskill (now Cobleskill-Richmondville) Central School, the University of Georgia, SUNY Cortland, and Nova Southeastern University. Treasurer - Terry Hughes Secretary - Mary Black Board Members: Don Smyers Jim Bryant Kate Elder Contact Information: SCHOPEG Access Inc. PO Box 202 Cobleskill, NY 12043 mlent@schopeg.com Phone: 518-528-9293
Gallery Id qui et pariatur, in, culpa magna ex ea aute ipsum voluptate tempor proident cupidatat nostrud. Cupidatat ipsum non est.
© Schopeg
Schopeg Access Inc. P.O. Box 202 Cobleskill, New York 12043
518-528-9293 mlent@schopeg.com
Scho-PEG Access, Inc. (Schoharie - Public Educational and Government) is a 501c corporation (non-profit) created in 1989. In addition to this web site, Scho-PEG serves as a Cable Commission and operates public, educational and government Michael Lent - Michael is the executive director of Schopeg Access. Michael Lent began his broadcasting career in 1987. By age 13, he was creating single video camera programming at the Adullam Gospel Church, which eventually led to building a full production studio at the church. After graduating from Cobleskill High, Mike worked full-time as an engineer at WOCD TV 55 where he was responsible for the technical directing for live shows, audio, lighting, video and transmitter engineering. The next milestone in Mike’s career came when he worked at WRGB cbs6 as the audio engineer for the 6pm and 11pm news. This work included video editing and a  master control operator. Currently Mike is the director of operations at WUCB tv41 in Cobleskill (across from high school) where he is responsible for weekly shows, engineering, the digital transmitter that operates on 4 channels. - Michael Vandow taught Theater, Communications, Cinema and Video Production for thirty-eight years. He founded and served as the Artistic Director of Depot Repertory Theater, Inc. He also founded and served as the initial President of the Board of the Schoharie County Arts Council, Inc. and of Schopeg Access, Inc. He holds a BA from the University of Rochester, an MA in Theater from New York University, an MS in Radio, Television and Film from Syracuse University, and a Ph.D. in Theater from New York University. He is a past President of the Cobleskill Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow. He is the Cable Television Representative for the Village of Cobleskill and the Chair of the Cable Television Negotiating Team for fourteen Municipalities in - Bonnie Tryon - Bonnie has been an educator for over 33 years as a former K-12 principal for instructional support and planning, director of elementary education, elementary principal, curriculum specialist, and teacher. She has been responsible for leading, designing, and implementing district-wide professional and curriculum development projects.  While serving as director of elementary education in a newly merged district, Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School, she led in the closing and opening of schools.  As principal of the Golding Elementary School, the NYS Commissioner of Education recognized the building as a High-Achieving Gap Closing School. Dr. Tryon has served on the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) as a Zone Director and as president of her state association, School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS). In 2007 she was named New York State Elementary School Principal of the Year and a National Distinguished Elementary School Principal.  She now works as a NAESP and SAANYS MentorCoach and trainer of mentors. Bonnie’s expertise is in the development of mentor-coaching programs for school leaders and in curriculum and instructional design. Bonnie has presented to local, state, and international audiences. She is a graduate of the Cobleskill (now Cobleskill-Richmondville) Central School, the University of Georgia, SUNY Cortland,