Last month during her budget presentation, Superintendent of Schools Anne Wilson announced that effective July 1, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Todd Curtis will join the private sector as Education and Curriculum Specialist for a software company. The announcement is available on the district website.
"This wasn’t something I imagined and I wasn’t seeking to leave SPS," said Curtis in a letter to staff members, according to Wilson. "In fact, there was a superintendent opening right next door to my hometown this spring. I didn’t pursue it, in large part because I have been excited by the work I have been doing in Sudbury."
Wilson said that Curtis has been key in working with staff around the district on professional development and the implementation of the Common Core curriculum and the enhancement of instructional technology.
Prior to being hired in Sudbury, Curtis was the principal at Floral Street Elementary School in Shrewsbury.
“This has been a complicated and unexpected decision, but one that represents a unique opportunity for my family, and for me as a husband, father, and as an educator," said Curtis in his letter to staff members.