Nashua school superintendent to step down
NASHUA - The head of the Nashua schools district will step down in August.
The Nashua Telegraph reported Nashua Superintendent of Schools Mark Conrad submitted his resignation effective Aug. 12 on Friday.
"This district has been a large part of my life for a long time," Conrad told The Telegraph. "I have been in this position for seven years, and given the intensity of the position, I thought it was time to look at positions that will give me a different work-life balance."
Before his time as superintendent, Conrad served as business administrator for the district from 1996-2006. After working as the chief financial officer in the Bedford School District, Conrad returned to Nashua as superintendent in 2009.
Conrad will move on to become executive director of the South East Regional Educational Service Center in Bedford. SERESC is a nonprofit consortium of consultants and programs that provide professional development and educational services in the region.