FRAMINGHAM – One of the four vice principals at Framingham High will be leaving at the end of the school year.
Sarah Redbord, who has been vice principal since 2004, will leave when her class – the Class of 2019 – graduates.
Redbord announced the news to her students in an email yesterday, March 15.
“As much as I would like to have an assembly, or even better, a personal conversation about this with each of you, I also want to be sure that you hear it from me first,” said Redbord in an email to Framingham High seniors.
“You are not the only ones graduating from FHS this June. I am moving on to be an assistant principal at Wellesley High at the end of the school year,” said the vice principal.
“While it breaks my heart to leave FHS, I know that I am ready for new challenges and experiences. I am proud to be the vice principal for the Class of 2019, and I am excited to go out on a high note together,” wrote Redbord to students.
Redbord began at Framingham High in 1996. She taught math for eight years, before become vice principal.
She has a bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College and a Masters degree from Boston University.