WLC School District names new superintendent

WILTON – Bryan Lane, of Derry, currently super­intendent of schools in Hudson, has been named the new superintendent of School Administrative Unit 63, the Wilton-Lyn­deborough Cooperative School District.

Lane previously served as principal of Alvirne High School. He holds a Master of Education from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas and a certificate of advanced graduate studies in educa­tional leadership from the University of New Hamp­shire. He served in Hud­son for 18 years, 14 years as high school principal.

Also, he said in an inter­view at the WLC district meeting on March 4, he formerly taught ballroom dancing.

"I’m looking forward to working in a small school," he said – something he hasn’t done before – "where you can get to know all of the staff and stu­dents."

His new office will be in the Early Learning Center in Lyndeborough.

"I like nothing better than working with people, and there is the kindergar­ten" in the building," he said. "I can’t go wrong."

Lane noted this would be the last job of his career and added, "My goal is to stay here and bring the best education possible."

Lane will replace Dr. Christine Tyrie, who is re­tiring after three years in the district.

He will assume his new duties on July 1.