By Max Bowenfirstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Souls, a Northborough school principal, has been named the new director of the North Attleborough Early Learning Center.
Souls will take on a role currently held by Director Tracey Vaughan, who announced in April that she would step down in early July to be a team chair at King Phillip Middle School in Norfolk. Souls will assume the role on July 1.
As principal at the Marion E. Zeh School, Souls lead and managed day-to-day operations, supported teaching and learning, managed budgets, evaluated staff members, and aligned professional learning to the district’s strategic plan, according to information sent by the North Attleborough Schools. She also authored the School Improvement Plan in collaboration with school, district and community members.
“I am honored to become a member of the North Attleborough School District as the Director of the Early Learning Center,” said Souls. “I look forward to working alongside students, families and staff to ensure a culture where all members feel supported academically, socially, emotionally and intellectually.”
Previously, Souls served as assistant principal at the Helen Keller Elementary School in Franklin, Special Educator at Charles G. Taylor Elementary School in Foxboro, and Special Educator at the Mabelle M. Burrell Elementary School in Foxboro. She brings experience in teacher evaluation, managing IEPs for students, and leading support teams, according to the North Schools announcement. Throughout her career, she has worked to partner with families and community members while establishing an environment that supports high expectations for student achievementf.
“We are excited for Mrs. Souls to bring her nurturing and welcoming ways to our youngest learners, the professionals who educate them and the families that share in the Early Learning Center experience,” said Margaret Camire, Director of Student Services for the North Attleborough Public Schools.