Dick Durost will spend his final days as executive director of the Maine Principals’ Association in one of the places that his career took root — Indianapolis, Indiana. Durost, who on Sunday concludes his 18-year MPA career, will attend the 100th National Federation of State High School Associations summer meeting. The 70-year-old Durost capped a four-year stint on the NFHS board of directors as its president in 2000 when the association moved from Kansas City to Indianapolis. “It kind of puts a bow on my career knowing I was there the year they made that move,” he said. On April 1, 2001, the Aroostook County native and veteran school administrator in Easton and Presque Isle was named to replace Richard W.

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