Carl Johnson Named Principal At Plainville High School
Posted on 11/05/2018
Principal Carl Johnson

Carl Johnson, former Assistant Principal at Plainville High School, has been named Principal, according to Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Maureen Brummett. Johnson replaces former Plainville High School Principal Roberto Medic, who has accepted a position in the Avon, Connecticut school system. Plainville High School Athletic Director Chris Farrell, will serve as Interim Assistant Principal at the high school until a permanent replacement is named to that position.

Johnson began as Assistant Principal at Plainville High School in July, 2016. Prior to that he was a social studies teacher at Farmington High School, in Farmington, Connecticut, where he was employed since 2004. During his tenure at Farmington High School, he was also a social studies teacher in the Farmington Alternative High School program from 2007-2010. He also served as the Farmington High School Student Activities Director, and coached lacrosse and football in Farmington from 2004-2014.  

Johnson 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. He was appointed Plainville High School Principal at a special meeting of the Plainville Board of Education held on October 25th.

“I am honored and humbled by the trust put in me by our school and community to be chosen for this role. I am excited to continue to work with our students, staff, and community for the benefit of all our students. I am well aware that Plainville High School is a special place for our school community and I look forward to continuing that tradition of excellence,” said Johnson

"Mr. Johnson has the respect of the students, faculty, parents and staff at Plainville High School. He was the natural candidate of choice for this very important leadership position. We all look forward to working with Carl and his administrative team as they continue to make PHS an amazing place to teach and learn," noted Superintendent Brummett.