Framingham Superintendent of Schools announced his pick for the new principal at Framingham High School to replace Mike Welch, who is leaving to become the Superintendent of the Dedham Public Schools.
“I have spent all of last week reviewing comments from staff, community members, administrators, and district leaders regarding the next principal for Framingham High School,” said Stacy L. Scott.
Scott said he spent this weekend reflecting upon the needs of Framingham High School, the district vision, and the leadership necessary to bring the quality education offered at Framingham High School to a national level of excellence.
“Based upon all of these sources of input, I am pleased to announce that I have concluded contract negotiations with Mr. Adam Goldberg, the next principal of Framingham High School," said Scott.
Goldberg will assume the principal duties at Framingham High School on July 1.
Goldberg currently lives in Framingham and has children attending one of Framingham's elementary schools. His wife is also employed by the Framingham Public Schools.
The new Framingham High Principal attended UMASS Amherst and received his Bachelor’s Degree in psychology and his Master’s Degree in student development and pupil personnel services.
For a total of seven years, he served as Guidance Counselor at Turner Falls High School (three years); Longmeadow High School (one year); and Weston High School (three years). Goldberg then became the Director of Guidance at Weston High School for six years. He then advanced into school administration and became the Assistant Principal of Westford Academy for five years and is completing his second year as the Associate Principal of Lexington High School.
“I am honored to serve the students, staff, and community members of Framingham High School and Framingham. I trust that I will able to meet their expectations and look forward to forming a vision for the high school after reaching out to all stakeholders for their input," said Goldberg.