Kate Carbone


Deputy Superintendent

Kate Carbone is the Deputy Superintendent in the Salem Public Schools, a position she has held for nine years. Kate is committed to ensuring that all students receive a high quality experiences no matter what school or classroom they are assigned to.  With this core value in mind, Kate has put considerable effort toward building systems and structures to support and enhance instruction and student supports.  

Prior to coming to Salem, Kate directed the state’s system of urban district assistance at the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education and also served as the Chief Academic Officer for the Triton Regional School District.  Kate began her career in Providence, Rhode Island where she spent 15 years in roles that included middle school English teacher and middle and high school principal.  She holds a Master’s degree in School Leadership from Boston University, a Master’s degree in Secondary Teaching from Rhode Island College, and a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from Providence College.