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A headmaster hangs up the chalk after 20 years of transformation

Original post made on May 23, 2013

It was mid-afternoon on a glorious day -- sunny, mild, the air fragrant with spring. But on the Menlo School campus, Norman Colb wasn't out smelling the roses. Instead, he said from his long-familiar office, "I'm inhaling every memory I possibly can."

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