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Belmont Schools Administration

This section of the website contains information on Curriculum, Finance, Human Resources, MCAS testing and District report cardsCommunications, Student Services, and the Superintendent’s office.

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  •  phone: 617 - 993 - 5400

Central Office

Dr. Jill Geiser
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jill Geiser
Lucia Sullivan
Interim Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Lucia Sullivan
Anthony DiCologero
Director of Finance, Business and Operations Anthony DiCologero
Mr. Michael McAllister
Director of Human Capital Mr. Michael McAllister
The Superintendent’s office is located in the School Administration Building at 644 Pleasant Street in Belmont. The Superintendent’s office includes the offices of the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Director of Finance and Administration, Director of Human Resources, Director of Student Services, Assistant Director of Student Services, and the Belmont Community Education Program. Support staff members for these positions are also located in the Superintendent’s Office.

Other central office administrators:

Matthew Kuzmeskas
Director of Technology Matthew Kuzmeskas
Ken KramerDirector of Student Services Ken Kramer
Jonathan Libby
Assistant Director of Student Services Jonathan Libby
Chon'tel Washington
Director of Diversity Equity & Inclusion Chon'tel Washington

The Student Services office is located in the School Administration Building at 644 Pleasant Street in Belmont Center.  The Technology Office is located in the High School.

The School Leadership Team consists of the six principals, four central office administrators, Director of Technology, and Director of Student Services. This group meets approximately every two weeks.

The next level of administration includes the Curriculum Directors who generally have responsibility for curriculum alignment, supervision, and evaluation in the areas of English/Language Arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, social studies, fine and performing arts, and physical education, athletics, and student activities.  The Curriculum Directors meet every two weeks.

The Staff Development Council consists of teachers and administrators representing each school and most grade levels in the system.  It develops themes and topics for staff development offerings, promotes the programs among their colleagues, and reviews the evaluations of each program to assist teachers and administrators in meeting the needs of students.

Superintendent's Main Office

The purpose of the Superintendent’s office is to serve the needs of the community and most especially the over four thousand students in the public schools. The website for the Massachusetts Department of Education features profiles on each district in the state, including enrollment by race, ethnicity, and gender; district indicators such as attendance and retention data; statistical information on teachers; data on ELL, Low-Income, and Special Education students; technology available to students and teachers; and data on Belmont High School graduates.

Belmont has an outstanding public school system.  You will find additional information on each of the schools, sports and extracurricular activities, parent and community support groups, and other relevant information in this website. Please feel free to contact BPS Webmaster with any comments or questions about the Belmont Public Schools website.