Bill is Superintendent of Regional School Unit #2 in Hallowell, Maine. The District began working with ReInventing Schools in 2010 and is considered a leader in the creation of a learner-centered, proficiency-based approach to education.
Bill began working with ReInventing Schools in the summer of 2009 when the district he was serving as the middle school assistant principal was chosen by the State of Maine to pilot the move to a learner-centered approach. In 2011, he became the principal of another middle school in Maine and immediately began creating a vision for the school capturing voices of the school’s stakeholder groups. We established the vision of “Fueling Hope Through Learning” and set as our mission to create a school where, “Students are working their way through a well defined continuum of learning using their passions to create a path and choose how they will demonstrate their understanding of the learning.”
In 2015, Bill was chosen to be Superintendent of RSU 2 to continue the groundbreaking work in a personalized, competency-based education system and take the district to the next level. He is author of numerous blogs on Competencyworks.org.
Bill received his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology, Electronics from Illinois State University and his Masters of Education, Science from the University of Central Florida.