Breaking News: Clark to retire as principal at end of year

Caroline Fellows


School board members Peter Bakker, Michael Kearney and Amy O’Brien, principal Jon Clark, student body president Dana Sell, superintendent Sarah Riss, Shrewsbury mayor Felicity Buckley and school board member Steven Loher are all smiles after the ribbon cutting on Aug. 23, where the school district and community came together to celebrate the opening of the new $22 million North Wing. Photo by Kevin Killeen

Principal Dr. Jon Clark will retire at the end of the 2017-2018 school year.

This morning, assistant principal Dr. John Raimando read a letter from Dr. Clark on the announcements during second hour.

“For the past 22 years, I’ve had the best job around. However, after much thought and consideration, I’ve made the decision to retire as principal at the end of this school year,” Dr. Clark said in his letter.

After he read the letter, Dr. Raimondo spoke about his relationship with and the impact of Dr. Clark.

“He is truly an amazing person. His dedication and commitment to the students, staff and community of Webster Groves High School is without comparison,” Raimondo said.

“I will always be both devoted to Webster Groves High School and will forever be a Statesman,” Clark said.

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