The School Administrative District 6 school board of directors will vote Monday on whether to appoint Bonny Eagle High School Principal Paul Penna as interim superintendent.

The vote comes about two months after Superintendent Frank Sherburne resigned under pressure in mid-May. Parents pressed for his ouster after he broke the district’s nepotism policy by hiring his son, who lacked state approval to work with students and was later charged with sexually assaulting a student in another district.

Penna was hired at Bonny Eagle in the fall of 2013. Before that, he was principal at Gray-New Gloucester High School for 10 years.

Penna, who has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Southern Maine, worked as a police officer in South Portland, a guidance counselor at Oxford Hills Junior High School and Portland High School, and an assistant principal at Portland High before becoming principal at Gray-New Gloucester in 2003.

He also holds a certificate of advanced study in education leadership from the University of New England.