Danbury Public School District has named interim Superintendent Kevin Walston as the new Superintendent of Schools. Walston, who has been serving as the interim since Sal Pascarella retired at the end of June, was approved for the role by the Board of Ed last night in a vote of 10 to 1. His term will end in June 2024. Before stepping into the interim role, Waltson served as Danbury’s assistant superintendent for three years. Prior to that he held the same role in New Jersey schools. The former teacher was also previously the principal of Warren Harding High School in Bridgeport and the director of instructional leadership for the Waterbury schools.