Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Nembirkow Named Acting Superintendent


Basan Nembirkow has been named acting Superintendent of Southbridge schools.

Nembirkow has been an educator for more than 35 years. He previously headed the 7,500-student Chicopee Public Schools.

From 1996 to 2002, Nembirkow served as Superintendent of Schools in Greenfield, Mass. and was Assistant Superintendent in the 30,000-student Durham, NC School District from 1993 to 1996. He has also held a number of interesting educational posts around the world, among them a 12-year stint at the United Nations International School and an educational consulting post with the Republic of Kazakhstan.


He holds a Bachelor's Degree in English and Social Studies from Rowan University and a Master's Degree in Intercultural Education from Rutgers University.


2 comments:

  1. Mr Nembirkow most recently was the Superintendent of the 16,000+ Brockton Public School District from 2004 -2009. During which time the district went from Under-performing status to a Level 1 district.

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  2. Welcome to the craziness known as "Southbridge"....after this job, you will most likely never want to be an educator again!

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