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FRAMINGHAM _ The Dunning Elementary School Principal emailed families this morning to announce she would retire at the end of the school year.

“I have had the privilege of being part of the Framingham community for the past 36 years. It was my home for 25 years, I raised my two children here, and I have worked for Framingham Public Schools for over 20 years,” wrote Principal Michele Schecter. “When I moved to Framingham in 1986, I never imagined that I would one day be a principal of one its many elementary schools! For the past 9 years I have been honored to work alongside the incredibly talented Dunning staff, who always go above and beyond to support students, as well as the families, who are always so supportive of our school.”

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Schecter said the “collaborative nature of our school community is something that stood out to me when I first came to Dunning in 2013. The Dunning staff, families, and most especially children, who have brought so much joy to my life, are the heart of the school. I will be forever grateful to have been a part of such an amazing community.”

Schecter replaced Kim Taylor, who became principal at King Elementary.

Earlier this school year, Schecter supervised both Dunning Elementary School and Stapleton Elementary School, while the Stapleton Principal was out on “maternity leave.”

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