Pinkerton prepares for headmaster to live on campus
Workers are also busy preparing the historic Pinkerton Building so Morse’s office can be relocated there from the Stearns House, said Chip Underhill, executive director of public relations and external affairs.
The new headmaster has decided to live in the Mackenzie House, while relocating his office to the Pinkerton Building.“As part of my hiring, discussion started immediately about being a more visible and student-focused headmaster — and that’s my style, and that’s what I requested,” he said earlier this month.
The small house is located below the historic Alumni Building.
The house used to be occupied by long-time headmaster Ivah Hackler and his family until around 1974, Parker said. In the recent past, the Mackenzie House was used for in-school suspension, she said.
Morse is expected to move into the residence in mid-September, Parker said.
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