Meet Our New Elementary Assistant Principals

We are fortunate to have added two new Assistant Principals at the elementary level this year.  David Rosenblatt is our new AP at Memorial School and Darryl Doiron has joined the team at Francis Wyman.

Please check out the brief introductions that appeared recently on the Memorial and Francis Wyman school blogs.


David Rosenblatt is a graduate of UMass-Boston with a Bachelor degree in Political Science and from Lesley University with a Master’s degree in Elementary Education.  In 2015, he completed the Northeast Consortium Leadership Academy through Fitchburg State College. David holds Elementary Education licensure (1-6) and Principal/Assistant Principal licensure (Prek-6 and 5-8).

David has been an elementary school teacher since 2007.  He was a teacher in Melrose for four years and then worked in Malden for the last five years.  David has taught grades 1, 3, 4, and 5.  In addition to being a classroom teacher, David has worked extensively creating and writing Understanding by Design elementary level units and aligning curriculum to the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.  He also served as a Humanities curriculum support leader in which he served as a liaison between administrators and staff to maximize instructional achievement.

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Mr. Doiron is our new Assistant Principal at Francis Wyman and he is looking forward to the energy and excitement that comes along with working in an elementary school.  He previously taught in Lowell for several years and has also been an Assistant Principal in Hampstead, NH for the past 2 years.  His teaching and administrative experience, along with his calm demeanor and easy smile, will be a great addition to our talented Francis Wyman team.

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