Bristol Elementary School principal to step down

BRISTOL — After three years at the helm of Bristol Elementary School, principal Kevin Robinson has resigned, effective June 30, according to Mount Abraham Unified School District Superintendent Patrick Reen.
The MAUSD has appointed Bristol Elementary’s library media specialist Tom Buzzell to be the school’s interim principal for the 2019–20 school year.
Buzzell, a Bristol resident, served as principal of Mary Hogan Elementary School until last year. He worked at Mary Hogan for 18 years.
Robinson came to Bristol Elementary in 2016 with 23 years of experience in K-12 education. He came to the Bristol job from Abu Dhabi, the capital and second largest city of the United Arab Emirates, where he oversaw the operation of 115 K-12 schools.
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