Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Two finalists remain to fill the opening left by Scott Carpenter.
The choice to fill Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School's interim superintendent/principal vacancy is down to two after the L-S School Committee announced one finalist withdrew. Edward Malvey has informed the Committee he was chosen to be the next interim superintendent/principal for the Spenser-East Brookfield Regional School District. “Dr. Malvey was from the beginning very transparent that he was being sought by other districts and we thank him for that," L-S School Committee Chair Nancy Marshall said in an email. "We also thank him for the thoughtful conversations we have had with him. It is always helpful for a school district to see themselves through the eyes of candidates especially those with such a range of broad experience like …
Sunday, May 19, 2013
One local blogger says Sudbury is suffering from a substandard relationship with its neighboring town.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Michael Connelly will replace Carl Nelson who is retiring on June 30.
Michael Connelly will be the school district's new director of finance and operations, according to School Committee Chairman Mel Webster. Carl Nelson, who currently holds the position, will retire on June 30. Three finalists, selected from 35 candidates, were interviewed by the search committee last week. They voted unanimously to hire Connelly, Webster said. Connelly has accepted the position and is in the contract negotiation stage of the hiring process. He is currently the director of finance and operations for the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional School District and is a Reading resident, Webster said. According to Superintendent Kathleen Willis, Connelly graduated from Babson College with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and …
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Former school committee member Susan Iuliano offers ideas on how to make the merger work.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Seventeen L-S students who are members of the Katrina Project, spent April vacation in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans.
Monday, April 22, 2013
Search for a permanent superintendent/principal will begin in the fall.
The Lincoln-Sudbury Regional School Committee is looking for an interim superintendent/principal now that Scott Carpenter has agreed to lead the Monomy Regional School District. And the Committee wants your help in filling the vacancy. Parents and community members are invited to the school to offer input on the search on Wednesday from 7:15 - 9 a.m. in Conference Room B of Lincoln-Sudbury. Glenn Koocher, executive director of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees, will facilitate the focus group. Those planning to attend are asked to refer below to the findings of the last focus groups that were convened during the search in 2010-11. A search for a permanent superintendent/principal will be begin in the fall. Applicants for …
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The LIncoln-Sudbury superintendent begins his new job on Cape Cod on July 1.
When asked what his fondest memory at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School will be, outgoing Superintendent/Principal Scott Carpenter couldn't point to just one. The soon-to-be Monomoy Regional School District superintendent instead spoke of the people he's come to know. "It’s one of those things, (just) so many memories," he said. "My fondest memories will be the people in the communities of Lincoln and Sudbury. I got very close to them in the 13 years I've been here. Together we share many fond memories." Carpenter was offered and accepted the Monomoy post last week, and is now in the process of preparing to transplant his family to Cape Cod. The job is pending a contract negotiation. "I feel like the Monomoy school committee has done …
Friday, April 5, 2013
Scott Carpenter accepted an offer this week to be the Monomoy Regional School District superintendent.
The Lincoln-Sudbury Regional School Committee announced Thursday is has begun a search for an interim superintendent/principal for the district after current head Scott Carpenter accepted the superintendent post for Monomoy Regional School District this week. "(Thursday) morning, the Committee formally commenced a search for an Interim Superintendent/Principal for the District," Chair Nancy Marshall said in a release. "The Committee plans to initiate a search for a permanent hire in the fall, when a broader slate of candidates will be available. The job posting will be available on the LSRHS website, as well as that of the Massachusetts School Superintendents (MASS), Regional Schools (MARS) and School Committees (MASC) websites." Carpenter…
Thursday, April 4, 2013
'A' team places second in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.
Two teams from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School recently competed at MIT on March 3 in the regional tournament of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (the "Blue Lobster Bowl"). The L-S "A" Team took second place among 16 teams competing. The "B" team of sophomores was ninth. The L-S National Ocean Sciences Bowl team is coached by B.J. Pegram with an assistance at the tournament from Anita Honkonen. Members of the LS team are: A Team: Bryan Richman, Captain Austin Brown, Elena Busch, Emily Liang and Jessie Wong; B Team: Peter Finnegan, Captain Grace Caltabiano, Michael Dawson, Greg Howard and Alex Ghorishi. The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is a national, high school science competition sponsored by the National Oceanographic …
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Nancy Errico and Scott Carpenter acknowledge the efforts of the LSPO.
The Lincoln-Sudbury Parent Organization held a Spring Forward for Technology Fundraising Gala on March 23rd to raise funds on behalf of L-S students. The funds from this event will be used to refresh devices purchased when the “new” high school was constructed a decade ago. We would like to extend our deepest appreciation to the LSPO, the many parents who attended the Gala, and all those who donated to the event. Thank you for helping provide the tools for students to learn in today’s technology driven society. We were overwhelmed by the support of the community and the time, energy, spirit and caring involved in planning this event. Students’ use of technological tools is vital for gathering information, creating, analysis, and …