HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead School Board yesterday announced the selection of Lori Collins as Hampstead Middle School’s new assistant principal.
Collins starts her new job July 1. She’s a familiar face in the Hampstead School District. For the past three years, Collins has been the technology director for the district.
Before that, she was a computer teacher and media director in Hooksett. She started her educational career teaching elementary school in Manchester Catholic schools.
Collins has a bachelor’s degree from Boston College, a master’s degree from Plymouth State University, a graduate studies certificate from Plymouth State and was recently accepted into the doctoral program there.
“She possesses leadership experience in the areas of curriculum, professional development, and educational technology,” Hampstead School Board Chairman Natalie Gallo said in a prepared statement. “The board expects her leadership abilities and her commitment to success will benefit advantageously the continued successes at the Hampstead Middle School.”
Collins will replace assistant principal Owen Harrington.