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FRAMINGHAM – A Framingham elementary school principal, hired by former Superintendent Stacy Scott, has submitted her paperwork to retire at the end of the 2021-22 school year.

Hemeneway Elementary Principal Liz Simon will retire in June, confirmed Framingham Superintendent of Schools Bob Tremblay.

Simon was named interim principal at Hemenway Elementary in August of 2015 by Supt. Scott, when former Principal Lucia Laguarda resigned after 5 years leading the school.

Simon was later named the permanent principal.

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Simon had just completed her third year as vice principal at Hemenway, when Supt. Scott chose her to be interim principal.

Simon has been with the Framingham Public Schools since 1987 serving as guidance counselor at Barbieri Elementary School for five years and then as a guidance counselor at Hemenway for 20 years.

Prior to Framingham Public Schools, Simon worked 11 years as a special education teacher at both the elementary and secondary level.

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