Southern Berkshire superintendent retiring
After four years of navigating the Southern Berkshire Regional School District through the challenges of budget cuts and the triumphs of championships, David Hastings, district superintendent (and a longtime educator), will retire at the end of the summer.
He called his stint a labor of love.
And Marianne Young, the 16-year veteran principal at Monument Mountain Regional High School, will join him in bidding adieu to 7 a.m. conference calls and late-night school committee meetings. But for her, it’s always been about the students. “It’s a lot of hours because the work is about these young people,” says Young.