Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Instruction
Dr. Campbell holds a Ed.D. from Northeastern University, a M.Ed. from Bridgewater State University, and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Education Leadership from the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Campbell has been working in the education field for twenty years. He has been in his current position as Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Instruction for nearly six years. In his capacity as Assistant Superintendent, he is responsible for all matters of curriculum and instruction, policy, grants, and administrative practices. Dr. Campbell also plays a central role on the district Safety Committee, a community forum, which addresses matters related to school safety and security. Prior to joining the Plymouth Public Schools, Dr. Campbell worked in the Dedham Public Schools for seven years in various roles. Prior to his departure he served as an Assistant Superintendent from 2006-2008. In this position he provided leadership in the articulation and coordination of the Student Services Program for K-12 students. He led various communication outreach initiatives with parents, the community and local government offices. He also assisted the Superintendent in district-wide planning to link the curriculum and instructional program and the use of financial and human resources to the District's Strategic Plan. Additionally, Dr. Campbell served as an Adjunct Professor at Curry College from 2003-2004. He is a member of several professional organizations, including the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents and the National Association of Elementary Principals. Dr. Campbell has received numerous awards including the Edward Kelly Award from the Dedham Public Schools and a Certificate of Services and Humanitarian Qualities from Bridgewater State College.