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Assistant Superintendent Finalists Announced

The Hopkinton Public Schools and Superintendent Jonathan Landman invite you to meet the candidates.

announce two candidates for the Assistant Superintentdent position. They are Dr. Mary Ann DeMello, current Assistant Superintendent for Weymouth Public Schools in Weymouth, MA and Mr. Robert Berlo, current Director of Secondary Education for Hopkinton Public Schools.

There will be a community meeting to meet the two candidates on Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Each candidate will be available for half an hour.

Dr. DeMello holds a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from Northeastern University, as well as Master’s degree in Physiology of Exercise from Bridgewater State College. Her undergraduate work was in Physical Education/Health, completed at Springfield College.

She is currently the Assistant Superintendent for Weymouth Public Schools, in Weymouth, MA (2008-present). She previously served as Assistant Superintendent for the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District in N. Dighton, MA (2006-2008), and as Curriculum Coordinator for Rockland Public Schools in Rockland, MA (1996-2006). She began her career in education as a Science & Technology Teacher in the Rockland Public Schools.

Mr. Berlo holds a Master of Science in Biological Sciences from the University of Lowell. He completed a Teacher Certification program at Worcester State College. His undergraduate work was also in Biological Sciences, also completed at the University of Lowell.

He is currently the Director of Secondary Education for the (2010-present). He previously served as Director of Secondary Education for the Quabbin Regional School District in Barre, MA (2007-2010), Director of Curriculum (2005-2007) and Director of Technology (1996-2005) for the Gardner Public Schools in Gardner, MA. He began his career as a Chemistry, Earth Science, and Health Teacher for the Gardner Public Schools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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