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Wilson School principal appointed as Natick assistant superintendent

Posted by John Swinconeck  June 24, 2013 11:47 AM

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Wilson School Principal Anna Nolin has been named the new Assistant Superintendent for Teaching, Learning and Innovation for the Natick Public Schools, the superintendent said.

In an email message to community members, Superintendent Peter Sanchioni said that Nolin “brings a wealth of knowledge and a wide range of experience to this role." She spent the last ten years as an administrator at the Wilson Middle School, four years as Vice Principal for four years and as Principal for six years.”

Nolin also taught at Fuller Middle School in Framingham for eight years, and holds a B.A. in English from Middlebury College, a Master of education from Harvard University. She is enrolled in a doctoral program in educational leadership at Boston College.

Sanchioni stated he is in the process of finding an interim principal for Wilson Middle School.

“I am confident that Ms.Nolin's combination of technology, leadership, and design skills, along with her experience in all aspects of district and building management, and her experience as an instructional leader will benefit all of the staff and students of Natick,” Sanchioni wrote.

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