School: New Abbotsford H.S. Principal (Peters - 1972)


Surnames: Peters, Saulino

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 10 Aug 1972

Alan Peters, 36, assistant principal for the past four years at Woodworth Junior High School in Fond du Lac, has been hired as the new principal of Abbotsford High School.

He will replace Vincent Saulino who resigned to take a vocational education coordinator position with Cooperative Education Service Agency No. 6, headquartered in Chippewa Falls.

Peters, married and the father of two children, is presently in his fourteenth years as an education. He is presently completing his fourth year as summer school director of the entire summer school program in Fond du Lac, which has an enrollment of 3,500 students in grades 3 through 12.

Previous to moving to Fond du Lac, he was, for three years, senior high school principal of Blair High School.

His seven years of teaching experience before moving into school administration, 7 years ago, includes teaching mathematics at Porter Junior-Senior High School for one year, one year at Suring High Schools and two years at Badger High School, Lake Geneva.

Peters’ undergraduate work was completed at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, where he received his Bachelor degree. His graduate work was at the University of Wisconsin, Superior, where he earned a Master’s degree in Administration.

Peters is s sport enthusiast, having coached and participated in all sports in high school. His hobbies are hunting, fishing, bowling and golf.

Peters, who wife is a former teacher, is presently looking for housing in Abbotsford, and will move his family here as soon as proper housing is found.


School: Abbotsford H.S. Principal  Resigns(Peters -1972)


Surnames: Peters, Mills

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 24 Aug 1972

“Inadequate housing” was the reason given by Alan Peters, newly hired principal at Abbotsford High School in tendering his resignation over the weekend.

Superintendent of School, Harold Mills, state arrangements had been made for Peters and his family to move into a mobile home at Abbotsford. In a telephone conversation with Mills, and in his resignation, Peters said his wife would not live in a mobile home.

Mills, a former principal with 25 years’ experience, will serve a principal, in addition ot his present duties until the vacated position can be filled.



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