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One look at Mawbey Street School, and you get the impression that close attention to detail is a big consideration in…More how things are run. The pleasant, well-maintained brick building in a pretty suburban neighborhood demonstrates it: the little white pickets to protect planted flowers by the school's entrance, a carefully painted reserved parking space for the school's custodian.
The school is on some of the cutting edge of the district's elementary school ideas. The fifth-grade music program uses software, combined with student compositions, to come up with music for the school's concerts. It's so innovative it was featured on a TV program on a New Jersey station.
The parent association is heavily invested in the children's progress, as is the small but dedicated staff.
Mawbey Street is an excellent example of a public school that exhibits the attention and care of a small, exclusive private school while still being open to neighborhood students.
A nine-member Board of Education oversees the finances of a school district with sixteen elementary schools, five…More middle schools and three high schools. The student population hovers around 13,000, and district taxpayers fund the annual educational budget of $181.5 million.
Brian Small is the Board of Education's president; other members include Vice President Diane Acquisto, John Golden, Judy Leidner, Lawrence Miloscia, Brian Molnar, Ezio Tamburello, Jonathan Triebwasser, and George Yuhasz. Every April, three of nine BOE seats are up for reelection.
Board of Ed meetings are usually held on the third Thursday of the month at Avenel Middle School. The district's administrative offices are located in the Township's first schoolhouse, "PS 1", which was built in 1876 of bricks fashioned in Woodbridge's clay pits.
Dr. John A. Crowe is the district's superintendent, and Dennis DeMarino serves as business administrator.