New England School Development Council

Board of Directors 2014-2015

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD:

DR. ROY M. SEITSINGER – Chair                          
Superintendent, Westerly Public Schools, Westerly, RI

DR. MICHAEL F. FITZPATRICK – Vice-Chair  
Superintendent, Blackstone Valley RVT HS, Upton, MA                    

MR. MATTHEW A. KEEGAN Treasurer                   
Superintendent, Norwell Public Schools, Norwell, MA                          

DR. JUDITH J. PAOLUCCI – Clerk             
Superintendent, Leicester Public Schools, Leicester MA  

DR. DONALD J. BEAUDETTE – Recording Secretary               
Associate Professor, Boston University, Boston, MA        

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD:          

DR. LOUISE S. BERRY
Superintendent, Brooklyn Public Schools, Brooklyn, CT

MR. EMMANUEL CAULK
Superintendent, Portland Public Schools, Portland, ME

MS. MARJORIE C. CHIAFERY
Superintendent, SAU #26, Merrimack, NH  
         
DR. PETER W. DILLON
Superintendent, Berkshire Hills RSD, Stockbridge, MA
   
MR. DAVID B. ERWIN
Superintendent, Berlin Public Schools, Berlin, CT
 
MR. WILLIAM KIMBALL
Superintendent, Washington Central SU, Montpelier, VT

DR. BRENDAN F. MINNIHAN
Superintendent, SAU #1, Peterborough, NH         
         
DR. JAMES C. MORSE, Sr.
Superintendent, SAU #5/Oyster River SD, Durham, NH  

DR. PETER J. SANCHIONI
Superintendent, Natick Public Schools, Natick, MA  

MS. ELLEN H. SCHNEIDER
Superintendent, Wells-Ogunquit Community School District, Wells, ME

MS. KATHERINE E. SIPALA
Superintendent, Narragansett School System, Narragansett, RI
 
MS. JANET M. TYLER
Superintendent, Lebanon Public Schools, Lebanon, CT  

MS. TRACY E. WREND
Superintendent, Lamoille South SU, Morrisville, VT                  

 

Of interest ...

SPECIAL EDUCATION TREND REPORT: 
A BENEFIT EXCLUSIVELY FOR NESDEC AFFILIATES

In keeping with our mission of helping schools achieve and maintain high performing status, NESDEC offers superintendents of affiliated school districts a special education management tool called the Special Education Trend Report.  Our goal in developing the Special Education Trend Report is to synthesize meaningful information in order to provide clear, useful comparison points for superintendents and educational leaders regarding student placements, personnel allocation and special education costs.  Like our popular enrollment projection reports, the Special Education Trend Report is offered annually, at no cost, to NESDEC affiliates.

If your district is a NESDEC affiliate, and you would like to participate, please call the NESDEC office to obtain the data submission form.  Once completed, you may email your completed form (as a PDF) to nesdec@nesdec.org, or you may fax (508-481-5655) or mail hardcopy to NESDEC at 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752.   

When NESDEC receives your data, we will generate your district’s Special Education Trend Report and forward it to you.


Sample SPECIAL EDUCATION TREND REPORT


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