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Principal search begins.

BOLTON - The Nashoba Regional School District has begun the process of replacing Kenneth Tucker, who will retire as principal at the Florence Sawyer School in Bolton at the end of the school year.

Superintendent Michael Wood said the position has been advertised.

"We will be starting a committee in October and then work through the process with a candidate identified in the early part of the new year," Wood said.

Tucker joined the Nashoba Regional School District in 1976 as a physical education teacher, began teaching health and eventually was hired as an administrator. He also is the Nashoba Regional High School football coach.

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