Updated July 6
Sam Hart, the Trustees of Reservations director for Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, will step down at the end of July in preparation for a position at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. Hart has been at the Trustees for two years.
“I really enjoyed my time with the Trustees,” he said. “The Trustees will always be dear to my heart.”
Hart said he’ll begin at the high school at the end of August as an administrator, focused on workforce development and special projects. “I’m very excited to join the high school,” he said.
Hart said he expects the Trustees to begin a search for his replacement. Hart said he will aid the Trustees in establishing a transition plan.
“We’re thrilled,” MVRHS Principal Sara Dingledy told The Times.
A bulletin to faculty, which Dingledy shared with The Times, states in part: “Sam will be the coordinator of Pathways and special projects. His scope of work will support our CTE program and forge partnerships with community and educational organizations, as well as support dual enrollment opportunities and pathways to graduation for students who seek alternatives. Sam will also bring great energy and leadership to our vision for a renovated and improved facility.”
Updated with information from Dingledy.