BELMAR, NJ — It’s a new year at Belmar Elementary School, where students are off to a fresh start with new classes, new teachers and the opportunity to embrace learning and even make new friends.
The school opened its doors on September 6 with three half-day sessions for some 550 students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade who live in Belmar or Lake Como. They were welcomed by a 60-member faculty that includes administrators, teachers and other professionals.
At the showing of “Jaws” at Movies on the Beach at dusk today, September 9, Belmar Elementary School’s eighth-grade class will be holding a popcorn fundraiser.
With the departure of principal Lisa Gleason at the end of the 2016-2017 school year, Belmar Superintendent David Hallman has assumed the role of principal, as Sarah Wilton, who was teacher facilitator/supervisor of instruction, has taken over as assistant principal. In addition, child study team member Lauren Vasile has been promoted to supervisor of special services.
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