The Brewer School Committee and Brewer High School Principal David Wall have agreed to “part ways,” an attorney for the school district said in a statement.

Wall left his job at the school in mid-October.

“Brewer School Department and Principal David Wall have agreed to part ways due to difference in leadership philosophy and management style,” school district attorney Melissa Hewey said in the statement.

The school committee held a closed-door meeting Tuesday at 4 p.m. to discuss a severance agreement and then returned to public session to endorse it, the Bangor Daily News reported Tuesday evening.

According to the severance package, in exchange for agreeing not to ask for his job back or sue the school department, Wall will get a check for $37,637 for his pay and another check for $9,032 for unused vacation time.

Further details about Wall's exit from the school district have not been made public.