Bon Voyage, Steve McDermott
Local education officials share thoughts on McDermott and his legacy in Newton
How do you profile a man who is still too busy for an interview, despite having less than a month to go on his current job? You go for the next best thing and interview those who were close to him, of course.
Newton Superintendent Steve McDermott is leaving after 11 years. On Thursday, friends, family and colleagues gathered to celebrate his accomplishments, tell stories and wish him luck on his newest endeavor.
“Steve and I started at the same time 11 years ago,” Aurora Heights Principal Carol Farver said. “So I feel like we have been through the same journey. He has always been fair and a good person to work with. I’ve always appreciated the way he communicates with humor and typically a story that goes with it. We will miss him and wish him the best.”
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