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New Dover-Sherborn superintendent expected in July 2008

By Martin Finucane February 4, 2007 10:50 AM

DOVER-SHERBORN

The district will most likely not have a new superintendent hired in time for the retirement of Superintendent Perry Davis next January, according to Ellen Williamson, chairman of the Dover-Sherborn School Committee.

Williamson said the search for candidates won’t really begin until this fall, which won’t leave enough time to hire a new superintendent by Jan. 1, when Davis plans to retire. The goal now is to have a new superintendent ready who can begin work by July 2008, she said.

The district will most likely have to use an interim superintendent from January to July of 2008, Williamson noted.

— Kyle Alspach

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