Superintendent Of Falmouth Schools Announces Departure

FALMOUTH – The Falmouth public school system is looking for a new superintendent.

Nancy Taylor, who has held the position since July of 2015, announced last week that she will be retiring at the end of the school year.

She has worked in the system in many capacities over the years and says leaving was not an easy decision.

“It was a difficult one. I have spent my entire career here in the Falmouth Public Schools and loved every minute of it.”

During her 25 year tenure, Taylor has also held the positions of director of student personnel services, head of the guidance department, assistant principal, principal, and assistant superintendent.

She has helped lead the way in dealing with some extremely difficult issues. “In terms of the opioid crisis we have been able to really take that on. We’ve also looked very carefully at mental health.”

Taylor is a graduate of Falmouth High School and a native of the town. She is 54 years old.

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