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Bakr is reinstated to post at Marlborough High

Marlborough – The Marlborough Public Schools released this joint statement last night:

Adam Bakr, who had been on administrative leave from December 12, 2011 until terminated by Superintendent Anthony Pope on April 11, 2012, has been reinstated as an Assistant Principal at Marlborough High School effective August 1.

Upon a thorough review of the details surrounding this matter, Acting Superintendent Maureen Greulich and the District have determined that Mr. Bakr should be reinstated to his position without further delay.

The District and Mr. Bakr are looking forward to putting this behind us and to his return to the High School.

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