Ryan Augusta is Medway High School’s new assistant principal
Ryan Augusta has been hired as an assistant principal for Medway High School. He will begin in the role on Aug. 28. (Photo Courtesy Medway Public Schools).
Medway High School Principal John Murray is pleased to announce that Ryan Augusta has been hired as a new assistant principal at MHS.
Augusta began in his role on Aug. 28. He will work alongside Lori Stattenfield, who also began as assistant principal in July.
“Ryan comes to us with significant experience in school administration and special education in Franklin, Westport and Newton,” said Murray. “He is an excellent collaborator and will make great connections with our students, staff and families.”
Since 2018, Augusta worked as assistant principal for student services at Franklin High School. He assisted in day-to-day operations of the school, as well as supported approximately 40 teachers across all grade levels, oversaw the master schedule, and collaborated with staff to facilitate MCAS and AP testing.
From 2016-2018, Augusta was vice principal at Westport Jr. Sr. High School. He also previously worked as a special education teacher at Newton South High School.
“I am honored and excited to be joining the Medway High School community for the new school year,” Augusta said. “I am very much looking forward to getting to know all of the faculty and staff within the school and district, as well as meeting new students and families. Medway has been so welcoming already. I feel very fortunate to have this opportunity within the school and district. Roll ‘Stangs!”
Augusta holds a Master of Education in higher education administration from Northeastern University, and a bachelor’s degree in special education from Eastern Nazarene College. He also holds an administrative licensure from Boston University.