Greylock in the News: Mount Greylock Committee Offers Interim Super Full-Time Post
Mount Greylock Committee Offers Interim Super Full-Time Post
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School District's Transition Committee Thursday voted to offer its superintendent position to interim Superintendent Kimberly Grady.
On a vote of 6-0-1 with committee member Steven Miller abstaining, the panel chose Grady from among two finalists for the position.
Thursday's special meeting of the Transition Committee kicked off with two hour-long interviews of Grady and Taconic High School Principal John Vosburgh, and the vote was preceded by a 45-minute discussion in which the committee members reflected on the answers they heard in the interview and discussed the extent to which each candidate would be a good fit to lead the three-school preK-12 district.
Although both candidates were given high marks for their performance in the interview, a theme that ran through several of the committee members' remarks was that the recently expanded regional school district needs someone in the corner office who has experience as a superintendent and a background in elementary schools, middle schools and high schools.