"With her retirement nearing, Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski looked back Tuesday on her time within the school district.
Sabolinski, who is stepping down at the end of the school year, has served as superintendent for the past eight years, though she has been with the district for nearly a decade longer - she was assistant superintendent for four years, and worked in the special education department for four years before that.
“I’ve had an incredible career here, and I think it’s time to move on,” she said. “I’ve accomplished the goals I’ve set for myself, and felt it was a good time for a transition.”
The new Franklin High School, which opened in 2014, was among the milestones of Sabolinski’s tenure. She said she was proud of the efforts that led to the project’s fruition."Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
|Senator Karen Spilka, Representative Jeff Roy recognizing Supt Maureen Sabolinski |
at the School Committee meeting on Tuesday, June 13