Lower Merion School District has found its new superintendent in Khalid Mumin, the 2021 Pennsylvania superintendent of the year, according to a staff report from WFMZ-TV 69 News.
He was formally approved by Lower Merion’s school board on Monday and will transition into his new role over the next 90 days.
“I look forward to joining the team at Lower Merion School District,” said Mumin.
“This is a vibrant community with outstanding students, families, staff members, and residents. I am beyond excited to begin collaborating and building sustainable partnerships that will continue to support Lower Merion students and help them achieve infinite possibilities,” he said.
Mumin is a Philadelphia native and has served as the Reading School District superintendent for the last seven years. Prior to that, he was the superintendent of Caroline County Public Schools for three years.
He was named the 2021 Pennsylvania superintendent of the year and was one of the finalists for national superintendent of the year.
Read more about Khalid Mumin at WFMZ-TV 69 News.