Dartmouth High School's search for a new principal should be settled in the next few days. That's according to School Committee Chairman John Nunes, who addressed concerns from residents last night about Superintendent Ana Riley's departure from the district and whether that would set the search back. It won't, Nunes tells WBSM News.

Nunes also responded to residents' concerns after an item about the principal search was removed from Monday's school committee agenda ...

Riley will leave her superintendent post on July 15 for a new position in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

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