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New superintendent for Berlin-Boylston schools

Posted by Ralph Ranalli July 8, 2007 02:39 PM


A former Stoneham Superintendent has been selected as the interim head of the public schools in Berlin and Boylston.

The Berlin-Boylston Regional School Committee voted unanimously last month to hire Joe Connelly who retired from Stoneham after nine years with the district, Chairman Chris Keefe said. Connolly was previously he was superintendent for more than a decade in the regional district that includes Topsfield, Boxboro and Middleton, she said.

Connelly will take over for outgoing Superintendent Marcia Lukon who will leave in August, Keefe said. A Reading resident, Connelly will serve Aug. 13 through the end of June 2008 and will earn roughly $11,000 a month.

-- Jennifer Rosinski

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