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Durgin announces retirement

'I feel truly grateful'

Daniel Durgin. (click for larger version)
November 22, 2011
STURBRIDGE — After spending more than 34 years working in public education, Tantasqua Regional School District Superintendent Daniel Durgin announced that he would retire after the school year is done.

Half of Durgin's 34-year public education tenure was in the Tantasqua district, and he said he would miss being a member of a district that has made significant strides over the last 10 years. Durgin has held the superintendent position since 2006. His last day will be June 30, 2012.

"I feel truly grateful to have worked for such a progressive system with supportive communities," Durgin said. "We have established positive relationships throughout our communities, and we continue to move the districts forward while containing costs for our member towns. Our districts work collaboratively with the administration and with each other."

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