In full transparency, the following is a press release
NATICK – Natick Public Schools Superintendent Anna P. Nolin announced today, June 17, two new vice principals in the district.
Supt. Nolin announced Rebecca Lepow the vice-principal at Brown Elementary School and Sophie Prevost the vice-principal of Memorial Elementary School
“We’re excited to welcome Ms. Lepow to Brown Elementary and the Natick Public Schools family and celebrate an expanded role for Ms. Prevost at Memorial Elementary,” said Nolin. “Ms. Lepow’s expertise in elementary curriculum, assessment, and accountability make her an ideal fit for us, and we look forward to her making a difference in our Brown Elementary community. Ms. Prevost has played an important role at Memorial since arriving in 2020, and we’re grateful for her steadfast commitment to our students and their families.”
Lepow joins NPS from Wayland Public Schools, where she has served as the director of elementary curriculum, assessment, and accountability for math and science since 2020. In that role, she was responsible for supervising and evaluating teachers and mathematics instructional coaches throughout the district. She also oversees the K-5 mathematics and science curriculum process from design through implementation and assessment.
Lepow has been with Wayland Public Schools since 2014 and was previously a K-2 mathematics instructional coach and a Grades 3-5 math preview program coordinator for the district. She started her career as a second and third-grade classroom teacher at Hemenway Elementary School in Framingham.
She earned her Bachelor of Science in elementary education from Skidmore College and Master of Education in elementary education from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Prevost is expanding her role at Memorial Elementary School, where she serves as special education coordinator. Prevost continues in that role while adding additional administrative duties as the school’s vice-principal. Prevost leads the school’s response to intervention process and leads the school’s special education efforts, including professional development, staff meetings, and evaluations for teachers and paraprofessionals.
Before joining NPS, Prevost was an elementary special education coordinator for Arlington Public Schools, an evaluation team leader and special education teacher at Whittemore Elementary in Waltham, and a behavioral therapist with Newton Public Schools. Before beginning her career in education, she was Vice-Consul for the Canadian Embassy in Rome and held other overseas assignments in Albania, Zimbabwe, and Zambia.
Prevost earned her Bachelor of Arts in business administration with a concentration in accounting from Université Laval in Quebec City. She earned her Master’s degree in special education with moderate disabilities from Lasell College in Newton.