Principal of Hoboken's Wallace Primary School resigns; district to interview for replacement next week
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HOBOKEN -- Jay Medlin, who served as the principal at Wallace Elementary School for the past two years, resigned recently, Superintendent of Schools Mark Toback confirmed on Friday. He did not disclose the direct reason for Medlin’s resignation, calling it a “personal matter,” but did note that Medlin’s new commute, to the Eatontown school district, will shave around 100 miles off the administrator’s daily commute.

A committee of teachers and administrators has been conducting interviews to find a new principal throughout the summer, and Toback said that this week he will interview four of the finalists.

The departure is the latest in many changes of top administrators in the schools in recent years, but Toback said he hopes to present a new principal to the Board of Education at its Aug. 20 meeting.

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