Both current and former students and staff had a chance to wish Medford High School headmaster Dr. Paul Krueger well at a reception last week. Dr. Krueger is retiring after fourteen years at MHS.
“Being headmaster of Medford High School has been the greatest honor of my career… I will miss working with an exceptional faculty, administration and staff, I will always be appreciative of the support of parents who have entrusted me with the care of their children, and I will long cherish so many fond memories of my association with the 5,000 students to whom I have been not only a demanding headmaster but also a counselor and friend,” said Dr. Krueger in a statement when he announced his retirement in March.
Many staff and students who spoke about Dr. Krueger at the reception last Thursday noted his tireless dedication to the job. He was often at the school in the wee hours of the morning and stayed long into the evening, attending plays, concerts, games, and a myriad other school events.
Video highlights from Dr. Krueger’s retirement reception are available on the MHS webpage.