LIVERMORE FALLS – The New England Association of Schools and Colleges has appointed Richard Gremlitz to serve as chairman of the accreditation visiting team for Livermore Falls High School.

Gremlitz will lead a team of 14 educators, who will arrive on Sunday, March 4, and remain until Wednesday, March 7, as they assist in the accreditation process.

Gremlitz began his career in education in 1968 as a teacher at Portsmouth High School. He served as principal of Portsmouth High School from 1997-2003. He served as acting principal at the K to 12 Alton Central School during the 2003-2004 school year. He is serving as principal of Oyster River High School, Durham, N.H.

The accreditation visit will begin on Sunday afternoon and will include a reception in the school cafeteria; meetings with school leaders, parents and teachers; and a panel presentation of the school and community profile.

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