Principal Dr. Laramee
Dr. Brian Laramee’s educational career began in MSAD #43 as an educational technician in his hometown of Mexico, ME. Following that position, he worked in a day treatment school in Lewiston, ME. His first teaching job was working as a Biology Teacher at Gardiner Area High School in Gardiner, ME., where he was employed for 7 years. His administrative career began as an Athletic Director/Assistant Principal at Buckfield Junior/Senior High School. He was hired at Waterville Senior High School in 2011 as an Assistant Principal and was promoted to Principal in 2015.
Brian stated that his primary goals have been to develop positive relationships with students, faculty, parents, and the community. He also works hard to improve student academic performance and attendance, all while fostering respectful and responsible students. He encourages anyone with questions or concerns regarding their child’s education to call him at the school (873-2751) or email him at email@example.com
Assistant Principal, Ms. Kim Taylor
I am honored to join the Waterville Senior High School community as the assistant principal. This is my 20th year in public education and my sixth year as an administrator. I recently relocated from Auburn where I worked for 19 years as a classroom teacher, instructional coach, and principal of an elementary school. I am passionate about building a positive school culture and work hard to foster an environment where students feel safe and where optimal learning can take place.
When I am not in school, I am typically spending time with my children and stepchildren. I currently have four children at home and two young adults who are making their way in the world. Two of my daughters are teenagers, so I can relate to the experiences our high school families are currently facing. We spend a lot of time cooking and baking together, visiting bookstores, and traveling. In the summer of 2019, my children and I spent over two months traveling across the country in a motorhome. Standing in the Redwood Forest and waking up to a herd of bison outside our camper were just two highlights from our trip.
My door is always open to students and family members. I believe family members play an essential role in a child’s education. If you have a question or a concern, please call or schedule a visit. Open communication is the key to a successful school community and an involved parent is an informed parent.
There are many great things happening here at WSHS and I am thrilled to be a part of them. One of my favorite quotes about leadership by Lisa Haisha is, “Great leaders don’t set out to be a leader, they set out to make a difference. It’s never about the role, always about the goal.” My goal is to make a difference in the lives of every student here at WSHS.
Yours in partnership,
Mrs. Kim Taylor