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New Assistant Superintendent for School Leadership

Wendy Crocker-Roberge, Assistant Superintendent for School Leadership
Ms. Crocker-Roberge comes into this role having served in the 2023-2024 school year with great success as the Interim Chief Schools Officer, the former name for this position.
Prior to coming to Central Office, she spent 12 years as the principal of the Pyne Arts Magnet School. During her time at the Pyne, she was a leader at the district level, serving as a New Principal Mentor, on the Joint Committee for Educator Evaluation, on the DESE Principal Advisory Cabinet, on Blue Ribbon and school and district hiring committees, and on the Leadership Planning Committee.
Prior to coming to Lowell, Crocker-Roberge, a Lawrence native, worked in the Lawrence Public Schools. During her 12 years in Lawrence, she worked exclusively at schools deemed by the state to need the most improvement, known as turnaround schools, serving as a middle school teacher, curriculum facilitator, and as a K-8 assistant principal.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UMass Lowell, a master’s degree in Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services from Salem State University, and completed the Principal Certification Program in Elementary and Middle School Administration/Principalship at UMass Lowell.