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Warren Township Schools Welcome New Staff

August 30, 2014 at 9:07 AM

WARREN, NJ - The teacher assignments are out and bus passes have been distributed. Warren Township teachers and staff are preparing their classrooms and meeting new colleagues as well. School enrollment has changed and 
some new faces will be seen in the hallways.
The school enrollment data has changed slightly in each building from the close of the 2013-2014 school year. As of the last week in August, the student population totals, by building, are as follows: Angelo L. Tomaso School, 303; Central School, 313; Mt. Horeb School, 267; Woodland School, 288; and Warren Middle School, 673.
 
At Angelo L. Tomaso School, Johanna Burkhardt, and Josephine Maccagnan were hired as Paraprofessionals. Christine Barbera will be an addition to the Special Education team at ALT.
 

In addition to the newly hired Principal, Jeff Heaney, joining Woodland School’s team are Paraprofessionals Kaitlyn Brown, Lucia Raphael and Tanna Sheneman.  Kate Zaleski will be the Library Media Specialist there as well.
 
 
At Warren Middle School, Lori Vigliotti will be an addition to the Special Education team. Working to serve the District are: Director of Special Services, Candie Hengemuhle, Speech Teacher Suzanne Aldrich, Social Worker Kristen Maudsley, Transportation Driver Roberta Snead and Bus Monitor Lauralee Dupper. 
 

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