Today the Weston School Committee and Superintendent Robert Tremblay jointly announce that Dr. Tremblay will not return to Weston as superintendent after the completion of the 2016-2017 academic year on June 30, 2017.
“Weston is a tremendously successful district and I have enjoyed becoming a part of the community here,” stated Dr. Tremblay. “At the same time, I have come to realize that my passion in public education is focused on districts in need of foundational change. I look forward to the next adventure in my now 20-year career in education and to the many important initiatives ahead as I finish the school year in Weston.”
“Just because we bring together a good district and a good administrator doesn’t mean that the match will always be the best for either party,” said Danielle Black, Chair of the School Committee. “The Weston School Committee thanks Bob for his service and his dedication through the end of this school year. We are working to plan for a successful transition to new leadership while continuing each day to improve the Weston Schools.”
The School Committee will announce additional information regarding transition plans for the position in the coming weeks.
Together, Dr. Tremblay and the Weston School Committee will continue to work on behalf of our students. The district will continue to move forward on a proposed new elementary faculty leadership structure, consideration of the implementation of a later start time at the secondary level, and other initiatives.
Dr. Tremblay and the Weston School Committee
Announcement December 21, 216