Gobron’s contract extended, Algonquin gets high marks, and other school news you may have missed

Above: Superintendent Charles Gobron talking to Southborough seniors earlier this year

In honor of the last day of school, here’s some school news you may have missed.

Northborough-Southborough superintendent contract extended (Metrowest Daily News)
Superintendent Charles Gobron has agreed to a three-year contract extension that should keep him with the Northborough-Southborough districts through June 2014. Gobron, superintendent for the Northborough K-8 schools, Southborough K-8 schools and Algonquin Regional High School, said Friday he was offered a 2.5 percent raise during a joint meeting between the three school committees on Wednesday. (read more)

Algonquin gets great grades in principal’s report (TheDailyNorthborough.com)
The school year ended on a good note for Algonquin Regional High School, according to Principal Thomas Mead’s monthly report presented to the Regional School Committee. The good news spanned across all departments in the school including science, math, athletics and music. Mead explained why there was so much in the report. (read more)

Two Algonquin teens found guilty of assault on classmate (Metrowest Daily News)
A Westborough District Court judge has sentenced two girls who attended Algonquin Regional High School to community service and probation after finding them guilty of assaulting a classmate last September. (read more)

New member appointed to Regional School Committee (TheDailyNorthborough.com)
The Regional School Committee has a new member, Scott Karpuk, who was appointed at the meeting on Wednesday night. Karpuk, who went to Algonquin Regional High School, is active in community service and education in Northborough. (read more)

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