Medfield School Superintendent Will Retire in June

Superintendent Bob Maguire sent a letter to parents on Tuesday announcing his June retirement.


On Monday night, Superintendent Robert Maguire announced his retirement to be effective in June.

On Tuesday, Maguire sent a letter to Medfield parents explaining his decision.

"After 22 years in Medfield, I am looking forward to a different pace and the opportunity to spend more time with my family," he said in the letter.

Maguire said he was making the announcement now to allow the school committee time to find his replacement.

To read the letter in full, see the attached pdf.

Tell us:  What do you think about Maguire's retirement? Tell us in the comment box below.




Richard McCullough November 08, 2012 at 08:36 PM
Thank you Bob for all your dedicated work in shaping one of the finest school systems in the state. Your dedication was outstanding and your "retirement" will be a great loss to Medfield. Whoever follows you will have big shoes to fill for you have set a standard that will be difficult to duplicate. We will miss you and wish you only the best in whatever venture you decide to follow. Dick and Diane McCullough


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