Speaker Date Topic
Stoneham Chorale - Tentative Dec 13, 2022 12:15 PM
A Holiday Celebration featuring the Stoneham Chorale
Chris Redfern - Friends of the Fells Jan 10, 2023 12:15 PM
What's Happening at the Fells?
What's Happening at the Fells?

Chris Redfern has led the Friends of the Middlesex Fells as its executive director since 2019. Prior to joining the Friends, Chris was executive director of San Diego Audubon for fourteen years. Chris is a nonprofit professional with extensive experience in outdoor nature education, community-based habitat restoration, endangered species recovery, and community science. Chris also has more than a decade of experience collaborating with federal, state, city, and non-profit organizations to protect wildlife and restore local habitats, co-founded San Diego Children and Nature, and served for more than eight years on the Board of Directors of Audubon California.

Erin Wortman Jan 24, 2023 12:15 PM
Stoneham Director of Planning & Community Development
Stoneham Director of Planning & Community Development

Erin will share details on all of the projects that are designed to enhance our community. From the Tri -Community Greenway, the new High School, the downtown redevellopment project, and so much more.

Want to know everything, then click here for the 2022 Annual Report from the Director of Community Planning and Development.

Dave Ljungberg - Superintendent Mar 14, 2023 12:00 PM
Meet and Greet our New Superintendent
Meet and Greet our New Superintendent

Superintendent Ljungberg began his new role in July. He replaces Superintendent John Macero, who retired after more than five years with the District.
“When Superintendent Macero announced his retirement, we could think of no better candidate than David Ljungberg. He has been part of the district for six years, quietly working in the background, as assistant superintendent,” School Committee Vice Chair Melanie Fiore said. “While not in the spotlight, David is responsible for a lot of the initiatives that have moved Stoneham forward, and we are excited for the future of Stoneham Public Schools under his leadership.”
Superintendent Ljungberg joined the District in 2016 as director of the curriculum and has served as assistant superintendent since 2017. 
Superintendent Ljungberg previously served as a principal, assistant principal, and director of curriculum within the Hopkinton Public School District, as well as a teacher in the Acton-Boxborough, Dover-Sherborn, Shrewsbury, and Leominster School Districts. He began his career in education in Seattle, Washington as a fourth-grade teacher in 2001. 
“All of my experiences have given me a true insight into the different and important hats that people wear throughout school districts. I am excited to draw upon this knowledge, as well as my more than 20 years of experience in the education field, to support District employees, students and the larger community as superintendent,” Superintendent Ljungberg said. “As I step into this new role, I also would like to thank Superintendent Macero for his mentorship and guidance over the past several years. He has taught me an incredible amount in preparation for this position.”
Superintendent Ljungberg holds a bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology with a minor in elementary education from Clark University, a Master of Education with a focus in literacy from Providence College and a Master of Education with a focus in organizational management and school leadership from Endicott College.