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New EHS Principal Dennis Lynch introduced at School Committee meeting

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Two EHS alumni will serve as vice principals

  Dennis Lynch, former Albert Parlin School principal, will lead Everett High School this academic year.

  Lynch introduced himself during the School Committee meeting at the Everett High School library on Monday. He previously served as a probation officer for several years.

  “Although I’m very much going to miss the Parlin, this is where I started,” Lynch said. “This is home to me, and the age group that I identify with.”

  He began his career in education by teaching freshmen social studies at Everett High School; he added that he’s come full circle. Lynch also served as Dean of Students with a focus on dropout prevention and tardiness, helping approximately 504 at-risk students to graduate.

  Stanley Chamblain, who was previously a guidance counselor, will become vice principal along with James Murphy, who previously served as an inclusion teacher and data director.

  “Both of them are Everett High School graduates who continue to give back,” Lynch said, adding that Chamblain is a true gentleman and leads the Everett Crimson Tide Varsity Basketball team.

  They will lead approximately 2,198 students.
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Everett High School’s new principal, Dennis Lynch, introduced himself at Monday’s School Committee meeting.
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Incoming Principal Dennis Lynch is ready to start the new school year.

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