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MHS Principal Carolyn Banach Leaving for Framingham

Milford High School Principal Carolyn Banach will be leaving her post at the end of the school year to become the new Principal of Framingham High School.

Banach has been Principal of Milford High School (MHS) for the past four years, and was MHS's Assistant Principal for five years prior to that.

"Milford in an amazing town," said Banach during an interview with The Town Crier after the announcement was made. "I am going to miss it."

In her tenure as both Principal and Assistant Principal, Milford High School has added or expanded a number of programs including the new Hospitality and Tourism Management Program, where students can receive field experience and classroom instruction in the hospitality industry.

Over the past few years with Banach as leader, MHS has also implemented a Senior Teacher Assistant Program, expanded their Advanced Placement course offerings, added an exchange program with a sister school in China, developed a marketing plan for the 8th grade students to showcase what the high school has to offer, and will be rolling out a new Banking and Marketing Management program.

As important as these additions have been to the high school, Banach said that it was the school's culture that she was always particularly proud of.

"The level of engagement and enthusiasm and school spirit has reached new heights," said Banach. "This was recognized by the NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) at their recent visit."

Banach said that of all, she will have fond memories of the people she has come to know over the past nine years.

"I will miss the relationships with the students, staff, families, and community of Milford," she said. "These nine years have been outstanding."

The Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kevin McIntyre explained how the search for a new MHS Principal would run during a May 4 School Committee Meeting.

"The position was advertised starting on April 25...and the posting will close on May 9," he said.

The applications will be evaluated by a screening committee who will chose 10-12 semi-finalists. The semi-finalists will be narrowed down after a number of forums, including one which will be open to the public, on May 23.

The finalist will be chosen by the Central Administration and presented for recommendation to


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