The Nashua Board of Education is pleased to announce that Dr. Jahmal Mosley has been selected as the new Superintendent of Schools for the Nashua School District, effective July 1, 2017. He will be joining the Nashua community by relocating here with his wife and children.
In response to his new position, Dr. Mosley said, "I'm honored and excited to be selected as the Nashua Superintendent of Schools. I'm looking forward to working with and meeting parents, teachers, students, staff, and all stakeholders of the Nashua community."
Dr. Mosley has been in public education for 19 years and is currently the Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Curriculum and Instruction for the Sharon School District, Sharon, Massachusetts.
He has a Doctorate in Educational Administration, Policy, and Research from the University of Massachusetts and a M.S. in Education in Special Education, Elementary and Middle School Education from Wheelock College, Boston. While serving as Principal for Somerset Berkley Regional High School, his school received the highest level of academic recognition that a school can receive in Massachusetts. Dr. Mosley's early teaching positions were as a special education teacher in Cambridge and in Worcester public schools in Massachusetts prior to embarking on an administrative career that began in 2002 in the Middleboro School District, Middleboro, Massachusetts, as an assistant headmaster.
Dotty Oden, Chair of the Ad Hoc Superintendent Search Committee said, "I believe Dr. Mosley is a good match for our district. He has a wide variety of educational experience and will be a strong and effective leader who will move our district forward."
The Board of Education would like to extend its sincere thanks to the outgoing Interim Superintendent Cornelia Brown for her service to the Nashua School District over the past year.