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McDonald Elected Principal|First In Weston at $ 14,000 Salary The appointment of Ml. Grey- Ihe center of the city. llock Regional High School Supt. Paul McDonald as high •school principal in the lioston It is one suburban Rl. 128 of .the rapidly growing areas through which passes. In the Weston position, Mr. suburb of Weston was made of-j McDom] | {] w m succeed Willard 'ficial by the School Committee in that town last night. Salary $1-1,000 Weslon School Supt. Oily Norwood Norwood lolcl The Transcripl this morning Ihal Mr. McDonald has j accepted Ihe principal's post, which pays a salary of $14,000. The Ml. Greylock superintendent will assume his new duties Aug. 1:1, he said. Mr. McDonald had no comment when contacted by The Transcript this morning. The Transcript revealed lasl week that the Weston board had decided in executive session in name Mr. McDonald from a field, I at the beginning, of 70 men under Smith, principal for the past six years. Mr. Smith suffered a heart attack a year ago and resigned as principal to accept a teaching teaching position in Florida. 1 Here Since 1959 Mr. McDonald has been super- nteiident at ML Greylock since consideration, al vote would come. that the offici- night. Mr. Norwood said that the Wes- Willimnstowu and Lanesboro denls in IDGO. Prior to lhal, he> the regional school opened was principal of the formal 1 Williamstown Williamstown High School for one year and taught in high schools!* •it NY -mil Hanp-j' pauge'on'I one Island' NY was graduated from 1 la'rvnrd Col-| !if>2 and received' his master's degree in teaching from the Harvard Graduate School of Education the H153. During _. .057 and 10511. High Sltonl is for Grades 91 McDonald studied at Harvard through 12 imd has a current en- w | lcro [,e matriculated as a candidate candidate for rollment of (Jl>0. However, a member member of Ihe Weston School Com- M ,r | certificate of vanced studv iu educational ministration. The Ml. Greylock Regional mittee told Tlic Transcript lasl week that the school has a pres cut capacity of 800 and that the building was designed so 111; wing could be added (o ncconi-JMt. Greylock School modate a total of 1,20" students-had in (he future, Weston is located southv.Tsl of j which would have brought Boston, about seven miles froniisalary for next fall to S12,2f)0. ' I Mhe Hi^'school Im'a.r'cllrol'S'oii^ ! nl a ^oxnnrlJ'io";;;;,:"^ 1 CommiUee: t 1 Vin , • creisMnr Mr M.-n'mnW ,, An,' I cicasi (01 Mi. McDonald in AP"!.,,,.,,,

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  1. The North Adams Transcript,
  2. 03 Jul 1963, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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