FRAMINGHAM – Hired in 2014, the Principal of Saint Bridget School in Framingham is leaving next month.
“I will be resigning as Principal of Saint Bridget School at the close of this school year. I have accepted an offer of employment that presents an opportunity for further professional growth,” announced Principal Cathleen R. Chaves. “It is a bittersweet moment in as much as I will miss all that is wonderful about Saint Bridget School and community, but am also excited to embark on this new journey.
“It has been my honor to serve as a Catholic school educator and principal in the Archdiocese of Boston for 18 years, the last 7 years as principal of Saint Bridget School. The faculty, staff, and students have been a joy to work with and will be missed tremendously. I am proud of the accomplishments that have been achieved during this time, including strategic implementation of new income sources, improved fiscal responsibility, a comprehensive strategic planning initiative, growth within the academic program and of course, navigating the complexities and challenges of operating a school of in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Chaves.
I am deeply appreciative of the dedicated support and advice provided by members of the School Advisory Board and the Parish Finance Council that has enabled me to be an effective school leader. I leave this position with the assurance that the school is in a solid position to continue serving the children and families of the Framingham and surrounding communities,” said Chaves.
Chaves was hired after former Principal Roseanne Mungovan retired in 2014, after 13 years leading the PreK-8 school.
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