BREAKING: Bott confirmed as next Superintendent

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BREAKING: Bott confirmed as next Superintendent

Brookline’s Superintendent Andrew Bott spent 14 years working the Boston Public Schools before moving to the Brookline Public Schools in 2014. Louie Goldsmith/Sagamore Staff

Brookline’s Superintendent Andrew Bott spent 14 years working the Boston Public Schools before moving to the Brookline Public Schools in 2014. Louie Goldsmith/Sagamore Staff

Brookline’s Superintendent Andrew Bott spent 14 years working the Boston Public Schools before moving to the Brookline Public Schools in 2014. Louie Goldsmith/Sagamore Staff

Brookline’s Superintendent Andrew Bott spent 14 years working the Boston Public Schools before moving to the Brookline Public Schools in 2014. Louie Goldsmith/Sagamore Staff

Louie Goldsmith, Opinions Editor

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The School Committee unanimously voted to confirm Lincoln School Principal Andrew Bott as the next Superintendent on March 17, pending successful contract negotiations. The 9-0 vote occurred two weeks after a straw-poll vote, during which Bott received six votes, Bedford Superintendent Jon Sills received one vote and two members did not disclose a preference. Sills has since withdrawn his candidacy.

Before the vote, school committee members referred to Bott as a “visionary educational leader,” “problem solver” and as having “documented success hiring and maintaining staff of color.”

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