2 districts on Long Island plan to share superintendent

Nov. 18, 2013
David Gamberg, now superintendent of Southold schools, will also lead the Greenport district beginning next July

Two New York school districts are planning to share a superintendent in a move that administrators say will cut costs and expand opportunities for students. Newsday reports that Southold Superintendent David Gamberg is set to head the Greenport and Southold districts under a two-year contract that begins in July 2014. The two districts are side by side on Long Island. Greenport has 650 students and Southold has about 850.

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