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.
Colonia Middle School Delaware Ave, Colonia, NJ07067 Colonia Middle School is located in a small family-oriented community and just off of Inman Avenue. The school is headed…More up by Principal Cynthia Lagunovich and Vice Principle Rita Saylor. Visit the Woodbridge Township School District online for calendars, meeting recaps and other important information.
One of 16 elementary schools in the Woodbridge School District system, Port Reading Elementary School is a close-knit…More community of parents and educators. The school involves both parent and child in a learning environment: it features a series of Family Math, Writing and Science programs in the evenings.
The sprawling school is set on a truly enormous piece of real estate. It has probably one of the biggest pieces of property of any elementary school in the township. Children here find no problem finding lots of space to burn off excess energy.
Students get a well-rounded, 21st century education, with computer carts and wireless Internet is available in all classrooms. There is also a modern media center attached to the school.
The school also offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities to appeal to every aspect of a child's development.
Whatever the school is doing appears to work. Last year, Port Reading School #9 surpassed the NJASK state testing requirements.
The principal of Port Reading School #9 is John Bader.