Former TMHS Principal A Finalist For Nashoba Superintendent Job
Apr 14, 2016 04:02PM
By Bill Gilman
Former Tewksbury school administrator Patricia Lally may soon be changing her work address again.
Lally, who served as principal of Tewksbury High for five years and assistant superintendent for one year, is one of four finalists to be the new Superintendent of Schools in the Nashoba Regional School District.
According to an report published in the Lowell Sun, Lally was scheduled to visit the Nashoba district today to meet with staff members, as well as participate in a meet-and-greet with members of the school district community tonight at the Florence Sawyer School in Bolton.
Lally, who is wrapping up her third year as Superintendent of Schools in the town of Holbrook, was chosen as a finalist from among 22 applicants for the Nashoba job. The other finalists are Brooke Clenchy, Bridget Morisseau and Jahmal Mosley.
Clenchy is the senior associate commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Morrisseau is the assistant superintendent for the Smithfield Public Schools in Rhode Island. Mosely is assistant superintendent for curriculum and administration at Sharon Public Schools.
The Nashoba Regional School Committee hopes to name a new superintendent May 4, with the position to begin July 1,