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Natick High School, Johnson, Memorial and Brown schools see changes

NATICK – Four of Natick’s public schools will see changes in leadership and administration this fall.

Longtime Newton Principal John Jordan will serve as interim principal at Johnson Elementary School for the 2022-23 school year, the district announced.

He joins Johnson – which is set to phase out students over three years to prepare for closure – after 31 years with Newton Public Schools, where he was principal at Charles E. Brown Middle School and Countryside Elementary School, according to the district’s announcement.

Jordan holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Boston University and a master’s degree in education in administration, planning and social policy from Harvard University.

More:Johnson Elementary School will close by 2025 following School Committee vote

“We’re excited to welcome Mr. Jordan to Natick and the Johnson Elementary family, ”said Superintendent of Schools Anna Nolin, in a statement. “His tenured career brings a wealth of outside expertise to NPS. He’s known for his care and compassion for his staff, he also has expertise as a math coach, and we look forward to having him with us this next school year. “

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