League School of Greater Boston Appoints Patrick Fuller as Its New principal
Educator Has Worked at the School for Over 15 Years
Dr. Frank Gagliardi, Executive Director at League School of Greater Boston in Walpole, MA, is pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick Fuller as the school’s new Principal. He will start in his new position on December 1st of this year.
Patrick Fuller has spent the past fifteen years working in a variety of capacities at League School. He began his career there as a childcare worker in one of the school’s residences. Next, he became a teacher in the school’s Pathfinder program. After that, he became the school’s IEP Coordinator and then its Director of Admissions. Finally, two years ago, he became the school’s Assistant Principal.
Dr. Gagliardi commented on the appointment by saying “the experience that Patrick has garnered in his various positions here at League School makes him an ideal candidate for the Principal’s job. His understanding of what is required in each of these roles will provide him with an excellent foundation for working with the individuals beneath him at all levels. He has demonstrated exceptional administrative skills in each position he has held here at the school, and I look forward to him effectively advancing the school’s mission in the years ahead in his role as Principal.”
Patrick stated “I am thrilled and honored by this appointment. It represents a culmination of my professional growth for the past decade and a half. I have loved working with the students and staff at League School in my many capacities during that time and I look forward to leading them for years to come.”
About League School of Greater Boston
League School of Greater Boston is a leading private day and residential school for students ages 3 to 22 on the autism spectrum. As one of the first schools to specialize in teaching children with autism, League’s approach is built on innovation as well as established programs that provide each child with the skill sets they need to enjoy success both while at school as well as later in their community. To learn more about our programs and facilities, go to www.leagueschool.com.