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New Assistant Superintendent for Academics and Instruction

Oneida Fox Roye, Assistant Superintendent for Academics and Instruction
Dr. Fox Roye is coming to Lowell Public Schools having most recently served as the Chief Academic Officer for the Chelsea Public Schools, where she led the development and implementation of instruction, curriculum, academic programs, assessment, and professional learning systems for students from pre-K to grade 12.
Prior to taking the position in Chelsea, she spent two years as the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Officer for the Dedham Public Schools.
Fox Roye has extensive experience in literacy, which will make her an essential asset for Lowell Public Schools. During her impressive 25-year tenure at Boston Public Schools she was well-regarded for her professionalism and leadership skills. In Boston, she served as a Coordinator at Madison Park Technical Vocational High School, a school-based Literacy Coach, the district’s Lead Literacy Coach, the district’s Literacy Program Director, the district’s Senior Program Director for English Language Arts grades 6-12, and spent her last seven years in Boston as the Executive Director of English Language Arts and Literacy (K-12) for 120 Boston Public Schools.
She is a native and fluent Spanish speaker and holds a bachelor’s degree with a double major in English and Journalistic Studies from UMass Amherst, a master’s in Bilingual Education from Boston University, and a doctorate in Education in Language, Literacy, and Cultural Studies from Boston University.