A search committee to find an interim superintendent/principal for the Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School voted Thursday night to recommend three finalists for the position.
Herbert Levine, Edward Malvey and Bella Wong, will now be interviewed by the full School Committee next week. All three have previous experience as superintendents.
Levine was most recently with the Peabody public schools and Malvey is currently superintendent at the Monson Public School District. Wong resigned as Wellesley’s superintendent at the end of last school year after her administration came under fire for uncollected lunch fees and a harsh audit of the business office.
The School Committee will interview Levine at 4 p.m. Monday, May 20; Wong at 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 21; and Malvey at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21. The interviews will be held in the Library at Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School.
Scott Carpenter, the school’s current superintendent/principal, is leaving in July to be superintendent of the Monomoy Regional School District. The search for a permanent replacement will begin in the fall when more candidates are expected to be available.
Jennifer Fenn Lefferts can be reached at email@example.com.