Carl Johnson Named Assistant Principal At Plainville High School
Carl Johnson, currently a social studies teacher at Farmington High School, in Farmington, Connecticut, has been named Assistant Principal at Plainville High School, according to Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Maureen Brummett.
Johnson has served in his current role at Farmington High School since 2004. In addition, he was a social studies teacher in the Farmington Alternative High School program from 2007-2010. He has also served as the Farmington High School Student Activities Director since 2013, and coached lacrosse and football in Farmington from 2004-2014.
In his role as Assistant Principal, Johnson will be responsible for curriculum development / implementation, personnel supervision, staff evaluation, professional development, budget preparation, written communications, student discipline, school health and safety, and more. He holds a 6th Year Diploma in Professional Education as well as a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in Education from the University of Connecticut. Johnson was selected from a strong candidate pool that included over 125 applicants. A committee of Board of Education members, administrators, faculty and parents participated in the hiring process, which also included an interview segment with high school students. The Board met with two finalists before voting unanimously to appoint Johnson at a special meeting of the Board of Education held on May 3. He will begin on July 1.
"We are thrilled to welcome Carl Johnson to Plainville Community Schools. He brings a wealth of experience, talent, and passion for helping students succeed," said Superintendent Brummett.
-Posted on May 11, 2016 at 10:46 AM
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