Dianne Veilleux named to succeed Brian Loughlin as superintendent of schools
Dianne Veilleux named to succeed
Brian Loughlin as superintendent of schools
Veilleux has been named to succeed Brian J. Loughlin as superintendent of the
Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools.
The board of
education voted last night to appoint Veilleux, who has been assistant
superintendent for seven years, after a subcommittee interviewed 10 candidates
for the position, narrowing the choice to three finalists.
who has worked in the district for 40 years and been superintendent for seven,
has announced that he will retire Aug. 31. Veilleux will take over on Sept. 1.
honor,” she said. “I have a lot of pride in our district and I’m optimistic
about the future. We have an impressive staff who are skilled, hard-working and
dedicated. I know we are going to do great things.”
who has worked her entire career in the district, is a graduate of Sayreville
High School and has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Rutgers University. She
is a resident of Belmar.
her career as a school social worker and has been assistant principal of the
East Brunswick Campus, district substance abuse awareness coordinator, district
supervisor of special education, and principal of the Middlesex County Academy
for Allied Health and Biomedical Sciences in Woodbridge.