After more than a decade leading Danbury Public Schools, Superintendent Dr Sal Pascarella has announced his retirement. He said in a letter to the Board of Education this week that after thought and reflection, it is with mixed emotions that he decided to conclude this chapter of his 50-year career in education. His retirement takes effect at the end of this school year on June 30th. Meanwhile, New Milford Public School District has announced that Alisha DiCorpo was named superintendent after a unanimous vote at by the Board of Education this week. She served as the interim superintendent starting in October, taking over after the departure of another interim superintendent. Prior to that, she was the district’s assistant superintendent for four years. DiCorpo has worked in education for more than 20 years.