• Contact Information
    The Honorable Joseph Biden, President of the United States
    The White House
    Washington, DC 20500
    Phone: (202) 456-1414
    The Honorable Charles Schumer, Member, U.S. Senate
    130 S. Elmwood Ave., #660
    Buffalo, NY 14202
    Phone: (716) 846-4111
    The Honorable Kirsten Gillibrand, Member, U.S. Senate
    726 Exchange St., #511
    Buffalo, NY 14210
    Phone: (716) 854-9725
    Congressman Nick Langworthy
    8201 Main St., Suite 13
    Williamsville, NY 14221
    Phone: (716) 547-6844
    Governor Kathy Hochul
    NYS State Capitol Building
    Albany, NY 12224
    Phone: (518) 474-8390
    Senator Patrick Gallivan
    2721 Transit Rd. #116
    Elma, NY 14059
    Phone: (716) 656-8961
    Assemblyman Michael J. Norris
    District Office
    8180 Main St.
    Clarence, NY  14221
    Phone: (716) 839-4691
    Erie County Legislator Chris Greene
    Old Erie County Hall
    92 Franklin Street, 4th Floor
    Buffalo, NY 14202
    Phone: (716) 858-8676
    Town of Clarence Supervisor Pat Casilio
    One Town Place
    Clarence, NY 14031
    Phone: (716) 741-8930
  • Advocacy For Education 
    This page is dedicated to advocacy efforts with state and federal legislators regarding issues that directly affect the Clarence Central School District.
    To help, we have put together contact information for our elected officials, as well as provide a handful of advocacy tips below.
    Reach out often. Elected officials review communications from constituents on a daily basis, and they rely on the calls, letters, and emails when making informed decisions. (After all, there is some truth to the old adage, “The squeaky wheel gets the grease”.)
    Be clear and compelling. Personal stories, handwritten notes, and specific asks are often more meaningful than form letters or lengthy communications.

    Follow up and express appreciation. The most effective advocators keep in regular contact, and notes of thanks can go a long way in establishing positive relationships.