The North Berkshire School Union will be looking for a replacement for Superintendent of Schools Jonathan Lev.

iBerksires.com reporter Tammy Daniels reports  Lev, who has led the five-town school union for a decade, recently announced his retirement after 10 years with the district.

He said last week that it was time to retire, noting he was now 67.

Lev said he would have stayed to see the completion of the Clarksburg School renovation project, but that proposal was shot down by voters last fall.

In addition to North Berkshire, the Mount Greylock and Adams-Cheshire regional school districts are both seeking superintendents and another eight are currently listed on the MASC site.