King Elementary Principal Leaving District For Her ‘Dream Job’

FRAMINGHAM – King Elementary School Principal Kim Taylor has been offered a position with the Dedham Public Schools, and will leave at the end of this year.

Taylor was a finalist for the principal post at the Curran Early Childhood Center in Dedham.

“I am writing to inform you that I have accepted an offer from the Dedham Public Schools to become the next principal of the Curran Early Childhood Center. As many of you may know, my passion, experience, and expertise has always been in the area of the youngest learners, and this position seems to be a natural fit for my current personal and professional circumstances,” wrote Taylor this morning.

“Quite frankly, it is ‘my dream job,” said Taylor.

“Although I am sad to be leaving an educational community that has played such a major role in my life and my career, I couldn’t be more excited about the prospect that this opportunity offers for me to put all of my experiences into one central and focused pursuit,” wrote Taylor.

Taylor will report to former Framingham High Principal Michael Welch, who is now the Superintendent of Schools in Dedham.

“It has been nothing but a pleasure working with all of you over my 21 years in Framingham as a teacher and administrator, and I wish you nothing but the best as you  move forward.  Because good-bye seems too  final, I will consider this just a farewell with the hopes to see you all again.  Have a good rest of the school year,” wrote Taylor.

Taylor was previously the principal at Dunning Elementary School in Framingham.

With Taylor leaving for Dedham Public Schools, Framingham Superintendent Bob Tremblay will need to replace both the principal and the assistant principal at the elementary school.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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