Former FHS Principal Now Medway Assistant Superintendent


Medway Public Schools has announced that Paul Peri has been selected as the district's next Assistant Superintendent, effective July 1. After an extensive search, Peri was chosen from a competitive pool of candidates.

Currently serving as the Principal of Weston High School, Peri brings a wealth of experience in educational leadership and administration. At Weston, he co-supervised a diverse team, including curriculum leaders, department heads, and other key personnel, demonstrating a solid commitment to educational excellence and collaborative leadership.

Peri's career in education spans over two decades, beginning as a Grade 6 teacher at Remington Middle School in Franklin. His journey includes roles as Assistant Principal and Principal at the middle school level before he transitioned to serving as Principal at Franklin High School.

Throughout his tenure, Peri has spearheaded initiatives emphasizing fair and transparent grading practices and preparing students for post-secondary success.

"I am honored to join the Medway Public Schools community and look forward to contributing to its distinguished tradition of educational excellence," said Peri. "I am excited to collaborate with the talented team of educators in Medway to continue enhancing our educational practices and student outcomes."

Peri holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology/Elementary Education from Muhlenberg College and a Master's degree in Education from Endicott College.

His contributions to education have been recognized with nominations for the MSAA Principal of the Year and Disney Teacher of the Year awards, and he is a recipient of the WEEFC Star Award from the Weston Education Enrichment Fund Committee.

"Paul's extensive experience and proactive approach to educational leadership make him exceptionally well-suited to help lead our district," said Superintendent Armand Pires. "We are confident that his leadership will greatly benefit our students, staff and Medway community."

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