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(L) - Life Member of CHSAA
(P) - Inducted Posthumously
(D) - Deceased

Quinn Ed

 

 

 

Edward J. Quinn        

CHS Teacher, Coach & Dean




Jamica Plain High School ’56
President of Key Club, School Newspaper (Editor & Sports Editor), Cross-Country (1,2,3,4) Indoor & Spring Track (1,2,3,4) Middle distance runner, set many school and city records, holder of the 600 yard run Boston Armory record, Outstanding Student Athlete (4)

Boston College BA History ’60 4-year Athletic Scholarship (Track), Cross-Country (1,2,3,4-Captain), Track (1,2,3,4-Captain), record holder 600 yard run

Boston State College MEd ’62

U.S. Air Force Reserve Psychiatric Technician & Information Specialist

Career
Chelmsford, MA Public Schools (1962-1991) Chelmsford High School Teacher (History) developed and taught U.S. History Honors Seminar, Health Education curriculum committee then piloted the 1st Health Education course at CHS, Advisor to: Student Council, History and Current Affairs Clubs, President of CHS Faculty Association, Faculty Plays, Head Coach Track and Cross-Country, ’63 track team won the State Relay Championship and State Class “C” Championship. Track team only lost 4 dual meets in 7 years; Initiated Winter/Indoor Track program; Director of Adult Education; Dean of Emerson House, part of a then innovative administrative leadership team for a large suburban high school; Lowell, MA Lowell Catholic High School 1st principal; 



Community
Chelmsford, MA
Director of Recreation, Superintendent of Schools search committee (2), Development of Camp Paul (Special Needs Camp), Master of Ceremonies at many banquets & functions (School & Town), “Voice of CHS Football”, Nominated Jaycee’s Chelmsford Man of the Year 

1969 Yearbook Dedication
“Pioneer in History education, Inspires students to learn, Conducts stimulating classes, Our man of the year”