Dr. Molly Bremner to start as the new Hinsdale Elementary School Principal on July 1, 2024

The Hinsdale School Board (SAU 92) voted unanimously at their May 8 school board meeting to accept the nomination of Dr. Molly Bremner as the next principal of Hinsdale Elementary School.

Upon the mid-March announcement of current HES Principal Joe Boggio’s retirement, Hinsdale launched an intensive two month search process that yielded Dr. Bremner as the lone finalist. Dr. Bremner is currently the director of student services for the Hatfield Public Schools in Hatfield, Mass. “We feel very fortunate to have Dr. Bremner joining our leadership team as a school principal,” stated Hinsdale Superintendent Dr. David Ryan. “Molly is an intelligent, driven and passionate professional educator who understands the needs and complexities of a small, rural learning community. She has an impressive background in student support services and special education, and her expertise in behavior and inclusion practices will be enormously helpful with our growth as a district”.

Dr. Bremner began her education career as a student support specialist before serving as a special education teacher at Keene High School in 2010. She continued in special education in the Sunderland, Mohawk Regional, and Orange Elementary school district until 2021 when she began her current position in Hatfield. Her leadership experience spans several years in various capacities and contexts, and she has worked in all types of learning environments.  “I am excited to join Hinsdale and contribute to their efforts in transforming the school district to better meet the needs of all learners,” said Dr. Bremner. “Having met with so many stakeholders through the hiring process and following up with my own learning about the elementary school and district, I am eager to begin moving forward.”

Dr. Bremner is an accomplished presenter and workshop facilitator, project manager, and teacher.  She holds the doctorate in education from Alverno College where she published her dissertation “Rural Elementary Principals’ Perspectives on Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and the Growth of Inclusive Educational Policy Correlated to Historic Pandemics”; the M.Ed. in special education and B.S. in interdisciplinary studies (special education and history) from Fitchburg State University, and a graduate certificate in autism spectrum disorders from Antioch New England.

Dr. Bremner will begin her new post on July 1.

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