BREAKING NEWS: Asst. Principal Dolleman to depart for Norton principalship

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BREAKING NEWS: Asst. Principal Dolleman to depart for Norton principalship

Pictured is Assistant Principal Ethan Dolleman in 2014 when he was hired for an assistant principalship at WHS. Dolleman will now begin the 2019-2020 school year as principal of Norton High School.

Pictured is Assistant Principal Ethan Dolleman in 2014 when he was hired for an assistant principalship at WHS. Dolleman will now begin the 2019-2020 school year as principal of Norton High School.

Credit: Whitney Halperin

Pictured is Assistant Principal Ethan Dolleman in 2014 when he was hired for an assistant principalship at WHS. Dolleman will now begin the 2019-2020 school year as principal of Norton High School.

Credit: Whitney Halperin

Credit: Whitney Halperin

Pictured is Assistant Principal Ethan Dolleman in 2014 when he was hired for an assistant principalship at WHS. Dolleman will now begin the 2019-2020 school year as principal of Norton High School.

Kevin Wang

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Assistant Principal Ethan Dolleman will be leaving WHS to become principal of Norton High School for the 2019-2020 school year. Dolleman has served as a WHS assistant principal for five years and recently taken increased roles with eSchool scheduling and a freshman history class. Dolleman’s departure will leave Principal Allyson Mizoguchi with two new assistant principals next year.

Dolleman was previously a history teacher at Westwood High School, Ephraim Curtis Middle School and Leavitt Area High School. As of April 14, 2019, Dolleman was competing with Acting Principal Lisa Marie Giuliano for the Norton principalship out of 32 original candidates. According to the Sun Chronicle, Norton Public Schools Superintendent Joseph F. Baeta planned to make the decision on May 1.

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