Thursday, August 2, 2012
Who will be the principal when school starts in September?
Now that Christopher Heath has been named the principal at the Winthrop Elementary School in Hamilton-Wenham, the Goodyear School is without a leader. Superintendent of Schools Mark Donovan told Patch Wednesday that officials are meeting today to explore options. Supt. Donovan plans to meet with select teachers, Parent-Teacher Organization members and School Council representatives to discuss filling the vacancy. "We have several applications in response to various ads and postings," said the superintendent. Classes begin for Woburn Public Schools on Sept. 6.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Christopher Heath, currently an elementary school principal in Woburn, will be the next principal at Winthrop Elementary School in Hamilton, starting Aug. 20.
Christopher Heath has been named the next principal at Winthrop Elementary School. He will start on Aug. 20, according to a letter announcing Heath's hire on Tuesday from Superintendent Michael Harvey. “I believe that Chris’ experiences as the Principal of the Goodyear Elementary School in Woburn and as an Assistant Principal at the Joshua Eaton Elementary School in Reading have given him the practical experience in leading successful change that will allow him to be successful in leading the Winthrop Elementary School to new heights,” Harvey said in his letter. A complete copy of the letter is attached to this story as a PDF. Harvey did not say how much Heath will be paid. Woburn Patch has contacted Superintendent Mark Donovan for a …
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Parents, faculty and community members will meet the finalists next Tuesday, July 24.
An integrated media specialist at Winthrop Elementary School and a Woburn elementary school principal are the two finalists for a Hamilton-Wenham school principalship. Christopher Heath, currently principal at Goodyear Elementary School in Woburn and Amy Pasquarello, currently the Integrated Media Specialist at Winthrop, are the two finalists. Superintendent Michael Harvey said on Monday afternoon in an announcement to parents that the two finalists both “possess the right combination of education, experience and enthusiasm necessary for success in the position.” Heath and Pasquarello were selected as the two finalists last Wednesday, after the search committee interview seven semi-finalists. A total of 40 candidates applied for the job…