Superintendent's Corner

To the Moultonborough School District Community,

I am honored to serve as your superintendent.  My career in education began as a middle and high school English teacher and during those years, I had the privilege of teaching students from 6th through 12th grade.  Before becoming the superintendent in SAU 45, I was an assistant principal and principal for a total of fourteen years—six years at the high school level, two years at the middle school level, and six years at the elementary level.  I am grateful for those opportunities as they allowed me to have a vision of teaching and learning in all disciplines from the youngest pre-school students to graduating seniors.

Above all else, I am a teacher, and as an educational leader, I am primarily concerned about teaching and learning. All efforts to improve education come down to the classroom. National policies, state mandates, and district initiatives must be translated into better teaching practices, or they are of no use. One of the jobs of leadership is to create an environment conducive to learning and to provide teachers with professional development that gives them the tools to meet the academic and social needs of students. 

In the changing demographic climate of New Hampshire as a whole and Moultonborough in particular, we need to work to attract families to Moultonborough and to publicize this excellent school system in the Lakes Region. Please take some time on this website to visit our schools and become acquainted with the outstanding opportunities the Moultonborough School District offers.  

On a personal note, my husband, Doug, and I began our married lives here in Moultonborough.  He spent his growing up summers on Long Island, and I grew up in Gilford and Alton.  We moved to Bow, New Hampshire when his job demanded a more central location in the state.  When our youngest child graduated from college, eleven years ago, we returned to Moultonborough.  I feel very privileged to be able to invest this part of my career in the local school system.  

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Sue Noyes - Superintendent

Kay Peranelli - Business Manager

Laura Maroon - Technology Director

Ryan Marsh - Special Education/Homeless Liaison

Dolores Fox - District Curriculum Coordinator

Meg Diltz  - Food Services
Cafe Services

Richard Carrier - MA Facilities Manager

Richard Whiting - MCS Facilities Manager

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