Following a two-month search, Fairfax Board of School Directors is pleased to announce it has hired long-time BFA Fairfax educator John Tague as its new High School Principal effective July 1, 2015.

John Tague has been a member of the BFA Fairfax faculty for over 20 years and currently serves as a High School Math Teacher.  He received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University and earned his M.A. in Secondary Education Mathematics from Johnson State College. Mr. Tague is completing his postgraduate coursework in educational leadership at Saint Michael’s College.

John has served in several leadership capacities at BFA in recent years, including Teacher Mentor Coordinator, President of the Fairfax Education Association, Vertical Team Leader, and Co-Chair of BFA Fairfax NEASC Accreditation Steering Committee.

“John brings unparalleled commitment and passion to BFA” said FWSU Superintendent Ned Kirsch. “His experience as an educator within our system will enable him to lead the high school forward to transform the learning experience for all students, ensuring each one has a successful future ahead.”


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