School district addresses Souhegan principal’s abrupt resignation
Principal Jon Ingram unexpectedly resigned last week, according to school officials, who said he plans to explore other professional opportunities and further his education.
Warburton did not return a phone call seeking comments from the New Hampshire Union Leader this week. His executive assistant, Maryanne Buonadoma, said in an email that Warburton is in the process of developing a timeline for the hiring of a new principal and when more details are available they will be shared.
Just last month at Souhegan’s graduation ceremony, Ingram thanked the senior class for helping him establish a new culture at the school.
“He was constantly looking at the existing system and trying to better it,” said Jacobs. “I was sad to hear he was leaving, especially because we have had a fair amount of turnover and now we are back to square one. It is tough for everyone.”
READER COMMENTS: 0
- George Will: The face of IRS behavior - 0
- Another View -- Diana Lacey: Union Leader editorial got gas tax hearing all wrong - 7
- John Stossel: Budget baloney - 0
- Another View - Betsy McCaughey: The Obamacare horror stories are not lies - 11
- Thomas Sowell: Freedom is not free; you've got to fight for it - 1
- Michael C. Whitney: A small gas tax hike would be good for business - 7
- Jonah Goldberg: In the case of My Brother's Keeper, race does, and should, matter - 0
- Charles Arlinghaus: The NH Senate's Medicaid trap - 0
- Rep. William Butynski: A casino gambling plan that works for NH - 3
READER COMMENTS: 0
- NHIAA Hockey Roundup: John Stark-Hopkinton eliminates Portsmouth - 0
- Livingston scores twice as Monarchs top Providence - 0
- NHIAA Basketball: Bedford girls top Trinity to advance - 0
- Ham radio introduction and class - 0
- NHIAA Hockey: Bedford rolls past Lebanon, into D-II semis - 0
- NHIAA Hockey: Sprague nets hat trick to lead Central past Trinity - 0
- Mass. ER staffers to describe day of Boston Marathon bombings - 0
- College Roundup: UNH men ousted from hoop tourney - 0
- NHIAA Girls' Basketball: Campbell tops Fall Mountain for second D-III championship - 0
Al Baldasaro may run for U.S. Senate
City crime: Looking for a quick fix
NH hospital systems pursue affiliation
Blue shame: Obamacare's big change
Planned Parenthood funds S&M Web video
NH delays enforcing liquor warehouse pact
Ted Siefer's City Hall: It was all about chickens, alleged threats and nocturnal wanderings
Roger Simon: How would Hillary handle Putin?