Cape Elizabeth Superintendent Meredith Nadeau is one of three finalists to be the superintendent of public schools in Weston, Massachusetts.

Nadeau was identified Thursday in an announcement made on the Weston district’s website by Danielle Black, chairwoman of the Weston School Committee.

Black said that each finalist will spend one day in the district next week meeting with parents, faculty and staff members before the committee makes its hiring decision.

Nadeau, who is in her fourth year as Cape Elizabeth’s superintendent, said she was notified Wednesday night. She is competing against Thomas Campbell, director of human resources for Needham, Massachusetts, public schools, and Jennifer Fisher-Mueller, deputy superintendent of teaching and learning for Brookline, Massachusetts, public schools.

Nadeau is the second superintendent from southern Maine who has looked to move to a similar post in Massachusetts. Last month, George H. Entwistle III, Scarborough’s superintendent, was identified as one of three finalists to be superintendent of Lexington, Massachusetts, public schools. Entwistle was superintendent in nearby Belmont, Mass., from 2009 to 2011.

This week, the Lexington School Committee hired Mary Czajkowski, superintendent in Barnstable, Massachusetts, to be its new superintendent.