Head of School Martin clear on new LHS location

Announced retirement at March meeting with faculty, staff Melinda Tran recounts story in a podcast below

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Head of School Martin clear on new LHS location

Head of School Brian Martin discusses clean energy education with Secretary of Education James Peyser in May.  Martin announced his retirement for the end of this year.

Head of School Brian Martin discusses clean energy education with Secretary of Education James Peyser in May. Martin announced his retirement for the end of this year.

Head of School Brian Martin discusses clean energy education with Secretary of Education James Peyser in May. Martin announced his retirement for the end of this year.

Head of School Brian Martin discusses clean energy education with Secretary of Education James Peyser in May. Martin announced his retirement for the end of this year.

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As the new LHS school building committee deadlocked today and with a decision scheduled for tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council chambers, Head of School Brian Martin’s retirement also approaches.  Mr. Martin announced his retirement to the faculty and staff in March and made his case for the Downtown option in the heart of the Mill City.  Others advocate for the Cawley site in the heart of the Belvidere neighborhood.