Maine’s Positive PRINCIPAL Story of the Day ~ Lee Caron, Principal of Caribou Community School ~
In honor of National Principals’ Month, every day in October we are going to be honoring principals. Today we are celebrating Lee Caron.
Lee Caron completed 30 years in education. 13 years as an elementary/middle school teacher and high school coach for MSAD 45 – Washburn, 7 years serving as an assistant principal and principal for Limestone Community School, 7 years as the principal of Caribou Middle School, and currently serving in my fourth year as principal at RSU 39’s brand new school, Caribou Community School. He earned his Master’s degree from the University of Maine and recently completed my Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of New England. He currently serves as a school board member for MSAD #45, is an active member of the Aroostook Principal’s Association, and have recently been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Maine Principals’ Association.
“There are many great things about being a principal but one of my favorite parts of my job is when staff creativity leads to amazing changes to our learning environment resulting in new learning opportunities for our students.”
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