WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington’s Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Staff Development Brian Reagan is a finalist in the Waltham Superintendent Search.
Reagan has served as Wilmington’s Assistant Superintendent since July 2018, replacing Sean Gallagher, who left the district after two years to become Newburyport’s Superintendent.
Reagan has nearly 20 years in education leadership, including as Bedford High School’s Assistant Principal, Shrewsbury High School’s Principal, and Hudson High School’s Principal. He holds degrees from Northeastern University (Ed.D.), University of Massachusetts – Boston (M.Ed.), and Boston University (B.A.)
Reagan is one of four finalists for Waltham’s top job, along with Braintree Superintendent Frank Hackett, North Middlesex Regional School District Superintendent Brad Morgan, and Sergio Paez, a school administrator from Rhode Island. Morgan served as the Waltham Middle School Principal for 5 years, from 2010 to 2015.
Reagan was chosen as a finalist from a pool of 25 applicants.
Members of the Waltham School Committee are conducting a site visit to Wilmington on Monday to learn more about Reagan and interview his colleagues.
(NOTE: Cover photo is from Reagan’s public LinkedIn profile.)
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