BRISTOL — After two decades, Gaynell Lyman is finally coming home. The Mount Abraham Union High School board this month tapped Lyman, a native Vermonter who has been teaching in Virginia since the 1990s, as the next principal of the school.
For Lyman it’s a return that has been a long time coming.
“I was always looking to return,” Lyman said. “When I took the job in Virginia it was with the intention of getting experience to come back.”