LONDONDERRY — Scott Laliberte, a longtime Granite State educator, has been appointed Londonderry’s new assistant superintendent.
On Friday, the school board announced the Laliberte’s appointment. He will replace acting assistant superintendent Andrew Corey next month.
Corey resigned from the Londonderry district earlier this year after being hired as the Hollis-Brookline School District superintendent.
Laliberte was hired following an extensive search process, where he was interviewed by parents, faculty and administrators and the school board.
He earned an undergraduate degree in English from University of New Hampshire and a graduate degree in administration and supervision from Plymouth State University, where he’s currently working to complete a certificate of advanced graduate study in educational leadership.
With 23 years in education under his belt, Laliberte has taught English at Franklin and Souhegan high schools before working his way up from assistant principal to principal to curriculum director in the Gilford school district.
“His strong experiential background, intelligence, communication and collaborative skills will build upon and enhance our district’s programs and services,” Londonderry School Board chair Leitha Reilly said.
Laliberte said he was looking forward to starting his new position in Londonderry.
“I hope to work collaboratively with all community members to give wings to children’s dreams,” he said, referring to the district’s official motto.