Andrew Corey named superintendent in Hollis Brookline
Andrew Corey, assistant superintendent of the Londonderry School District, has been named the next superintendent for SAU 41, which consists of Hollis and Brookline.
Corey has been offered a three-year contract, beginning July 1, with a starting salary of $130,000.
The announcement was made by Interim Superintendent John Moody and the SAU 41 Governing Board.
Corey was named New Hampshire Middle School Principal of the Year for 2009-10, before becoming assistant superintendent.
Moody said the SAU 41 Governing Board was impressed with Corey’s credentials, his extensive work on curriculum and assessment, as well as his involvement with a strategic plan for the Londonderry School District, where he has been assistant superintendent since 2010.
Prior to that position, Corey was principal of Londonderry Middle School, dean of instruction in Dover, a high school principal in Hudson, Mass., and a teacher at Central Catholic School in Lawrence. Mass.
Corey is considered a co-superintendent by his current superintendent, officials said.
Corey has a bachelor’s in accounting, a master’s of education in business and a certificate of advanced educational studies from Boston College. In addition he has certification as a principal and superintendent.
Corey was named NHIAA Coach of the Year in 1989, 1993 and 1995.