Watertown Middle School Principal Leaving After 13 Years

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Watertown Middle School Principal Kimo Carter will be headed to Weston in July to take the position of Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning.

The Weston Public Schools announced the appointment on its website on Monday.

Watertown Superintendent Dede Galdston told the School Committee that Carter would be leaving during Monday’s School Committee meeting.

“We wish him the best for his future, and thank him for 13 years in the district,” Galdston said.

School Committee Chairman John Portz congratulated Carter.

“Your gain is our loss,” Portz said. “Weston is lucky.”

Carter simply said, “Thank you.”

Carter came to Watertown in 2005 from Townsend where he was Assistant Principal of Hawthorne Brook Middle School. He recently got his doctorate in Educational Administration from Boston College and has a masters from Harvard.

3 thoughts on “Watertown Middle School Principal Leaving After 13 Years

  1. I believe a full search should be done for the Middle School Principle which would include those who work currently at the WMS(not only Mr DelPorto if desired but others who may also be looking to go in this direction) and outside candidates too. We should be looking for the best fit for WSS and the Middle School where ever that person may come from.

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