FRAMINGHAM – King Elementary School’s new principal already has ties to the Framingham Public Schools.
Superintendent Bob Tremblay announced today, June 6, he has named former Fuller vice principal and former Wilson Elementary vice principal the new King Elementary School Principal or the 2018-19 school year.
John P. Maynard will be awarded a contract and will start this summer.
“Having had the opportunity to see Mr. Maynard’s interactions with students and staff at his school during my site visit, it was clear that his ability to build relationships will translate easily to the King community,” said Tremblay, in a press release.
“His vision for extending learning opportunities through interdisciplinary, project-based learning further solidifies that he is the right fit to advance the great work that began under Ms. Taylor’s leadership at King Elementary School, particularly around the integration of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM). I am thrilled that Mr. Maynard will be joining our team,” said Tremblay in a release.
Maynard is currently a Principal at Winthrop Elementary School in Melrose, Massachusetts. Having begun his educational career as a teacher in the Horace Mann Middle School in Franklin, he also taught in the American School of Campinas (Lower School) in Brazil before working in Framingham from 2009 – 2013.
Maynard graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts and earned a Master of Arts in History as well as a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Northeastern University. He also has a Master of Education in Education Administration from Harvard University.