SAD 52 appoints new principal, transportation director

TURNER — Eben Shaw has been appointed Leavitt Area High School principal for the 2010-11 year, and Susan Weston has been named Facilities/Transportation director for SAD 52, which includes Turner, Greene and Leeds.

Shaw has served as assistant principal at the school since 2007. Prior to stepping into administration, he served as science teacher and network leader at the school and coached a number of sports. He also taught science for two years at Auburn Middle School.

Shaw is a 1993 graduate of Leavitt Area High School and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Maine in Orono. He received a master of science degree in education administration from Walden University.

Shawn resides in Turner with his wife, Susan, and sons, Oren and Blaine.

Weston has served in this same role for Jay School Department for the past 11 years. Her background includes participation in multiple trainings in the areas of supervision, safety, energy efficiency and experience with utilizing the Maine Department of Education Maine School Facilities Plan.

She has also served in the roles of bus driver and custodian. Prior to serving in the Jay School Department, she worked in retail sales.

Weston is a graduate of Jay High School and resides in Jay.

M.S.A.D.#52 Appoints Administrators

Eben Shaw has been appointed Leavitt Area High School Principal for the 2010-11 year. Mr. Shaw has served as assistant principal at the school since 2007. Prior to stepping into administration, he served as science teacher and network leader at the school and coached a number of sports. Mr. Shaw also taught science for two years at Auburn Middle School. He is a 1993 graduate of Leavitt Area High School and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Maine in Orono. Mr. Shaw received a Master of Science in Education Administration from Walden University. Leavitt’s new principal resides in Turner with his wife, Susan, and two sons, Oren and Blaine.

Susan Weston has been named Facilities/Transportation Director for MSAD#52. Ms. Weston has served in this same role for Jay School Department for the past eleven years. Her background includes participation in multiple trainings in the areas of supervision, safety, energy efficiency, and experience with utilizing the MDOE Maine School Facilities Plan. Ms. Weston has also served in the roles of bus driver and custodian. Prior to serving in the Jay School Department, she worked in retail sales. Ms. Weston is a graduate of Jay High School and resides in Jay.

TURNER — Eben Shaw has been appointed Leavitt Area High School principal for the 2010-11 year, one of two significant appointments made in SAD 52 recently, the other being a new director of facilities and transportation.

Shaw has served as assistant principal at the school since  2007. Prior to stepping into administration, he served as science teacher and network leader at the school and coached a number of sports. He also taught science for two years at Auburn Middle School.

Shaw is a 1993 graduate of Leavitt Area High School and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Maine in Orono. He received a master of science degree in education administration from Walden University.

Leavitt’s new principal resides in Turner with his wife, Susan, and two sons, Oren and Blaine.

And Susan Weston has been named director of facilities/transportation for the district.

Weston has served in this same role for Jay School Department for the past 11 years. Her background includes participation in multiple trainings in the areas of supervision, safety and energy efficiency, and experience with utilizing the Maine Department of Energy Maine School Facilities Plan.

Weston has also served in the roles of bus driver and custodian. Prior to serving in the Jay School Department, she worked in retail sales

Weston is a graduate of Jay High School and resides in Jay.

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