THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 17, 2022 Page 9 Tahiliani Receives Statewide Honor Everett Superintendent Receives M.A.S.S. President’s Award I n a resounding display of respect and admiration from Superintendent Priya Tahiliani accepts the M.A.S.S. Leadership Award from Tim Piwowar at the organization’s Spring Meeting. her colleagues throughout the Commonwealth, Everett Superintendent of Schools Priya Tahiliani has been honored with a 2022 President’s Award by the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.). “It was a special occasion made all the more meaningful by the fact that I shared the moment with members of my Central Offi ce team and School Committee Chairperson Jeanne Cristiano,” said Tahiliani, who received the award at the M.A.S.S. Spring Meeting in Marlborough. “People are taking note of the great work we are doing, and the example we are setting. It was incredibly satisfying to accept this honor on behalf of the Everett Public Schools.” M.A.S.S. is the only statewide organization devoted to advocating and supporting superintendents and assistant superintendents. In addition to holding meetings, events, and seminars throughout the year, M.A.S.S. oversees a New Superintendent’s Induction Program. Tahiliani is completing the three-year program under the tutelage of former Chelsea Superintendent and TAHILIANI | SEE PAGE 24 From left: Outgoing M.A.S.S. President Tim Piwowar, Superintendent Priya Tahiliani, M.A.S.S. Director of Government Aff airs Mary Bourque, M.A.S.S. Executive Director Tom Scott, School Committee Chairwoman Jeanne Cristiano, and Deputy Superintendent Kim Tsai. (Photos courtesy of the Everett School Dept.)

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