Lorenz appointed interim director at Oak Meadow

BRATTLEBORO — Oak Meadow, a local curriculum publisher, accredited distance learning school, and home to Brattleboro School Without Walls, has announced the appointment of Steve Lorenz as interim executive director.

Lorenz has worked at Oak Meadow as school liaison since 2015. In that role, he has cultivated educational relationships with public, independent, and charter schools around the U.S. and abroad. Notably, he has assisted with program development at the Mezan International School in Kabul, Afghanistan, a school that uses Oak Meadow curriculum combined with Islamic studies for students in K-8; and at the MELOC Academy in Longido, Tanzania, a school that offers an alternative educational program for Maasai families with young children.

Lorenz is the former head of The Grammar School in Putney.

He has been involved with independent and public educational institutions, for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, and community service projects in Vermont for over 30 years. He lives in Chester with his wife, Nancie.


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