BARNSTABLE, Mass. — The principal of Barnstable High School has been placed on leave by the superintendent, but no reason has been given for the move.
Superintendent Meg Mayo-Brown announced the decision in a letter sent to parents.
“Let me begin by thanking you for your understanding and patience throughout the past weeks. As we transition BHS to hybrid, in-person learning this week, schedules will continue to settle and students and educators will continue to build relationships and engage in robust, rigorous learning opportunities,” Mayo-Brown wrote. “I also want to inform you that Principal Clark is on a leave.”
According to the Cape Cod Times, a group led by a town council candidate held a gathering outside the school Monday morning to support the ousted principal Patrick Clark.
The school is set to begin hybrid in-person learning this week.
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