LIVINGSTON, NJ – In addition to the two new Special Services Supervisors that are joining the Livingston school district, there will be a new principal and two new assistant principals starting this fall.
At Hillside Elementary School, Carlos Gramata, Jr. will be replacing Cara Szeles as principal.
Gramata has spent the past three years as principal at Beatrice Gilmore Elementary School in Woodland Park. Before that he worked in New Brunswick for nine years serving in various positions including teacher, language arts coordinator and Director of Elementary Instruction.
Livingston High School will be welcoming Dr. Gregory Vacca as the new assistant principal.
Vacca has 16 years of English teaching experience and has taught at Summit High School for the past eight years. Here he also served on the Strategic Planning, Curriculum Assessment, Professional Development, CORE and Middle States committees.
Vacca officially replaced the former assistant principal, Brian Deutsch on July 1.
Heritage Middle School has recently created the new position of assistant principal and has promoted health and physical education teacher, Robert Grasso to fill it. Grasso is currently also the Dean of Students and has been with the Livingston school district since 2002.