Ferryway School Principal Announces Resignation

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Ferryway School Principal Announces Resignation

MALDEN, MA — Ferryway School Principal Abdel Sepulveda has announced that he will resign from his role effective immediately.

Mr. Sepulveda has served as principal of the school since July 2017. He began his career in the Malden Public Schools in 2007, first serving as a Spanish teacher before becoming assistant principal at the Salemwood School.

Mr. Sepulveda is stepping down from his role for personal reasons.

Current Assistant Principal Michael Ciampa will assume the role of acting principal for the remainder of the school year. Technical Education Teacher Earl Fitzpatrick will become acting assistant principal.

The district will immediately begin the process of finding the next permanent principal of the Ferryway School.

“It has been a privilege to serve the Ferryway School community as principal over the past four years,” said Sepulveda. “In that time, I have gotten to know so many of our families, students, staff and community members. Stepping down has been a difficult decision for me. I will always be grateful for the time I have spent here and take great pride in everything we have accomplished together.”

Ferryway School’s staff and administrators will continue to focus on welcoming more students back to in-person learning, including the return of students in grades 6-8 full time starting Wednesday, April 28.