Chatham BOE Approves the Hiring of New Supervisors for Math, World Language

Tamar Spitzer was approved as the new district supervisor of World Language Credits: TAP Chatham
Stacy Winters returns to Chatham as the district's K-12 Math Supervisor Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Board of Education approved the hiring of two new district supervisors on Monday night at its regular meeting.

Stacy Winter returns to Chatham after spending a year as the STEM supervisor in Randolph and Tamer Spitzer comes over from Morristown to take over as the Supervisor of ESL and World Language.

Chatham Superintendent Dr. Michael LaSusa introduces the hiring of two new supervisors the BOE approved on Monday night

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Winter and Spitzer were chosen from about 60 applicants for each position, according to LaSusa.

LaSusa said he started in the School District of the Chathams on the same day that Winters did about 16 years ago. She served in the district as a math teacher for 15 years before taking the STEM supervisory position in Randolph. Spitzer spent the last four years at Morristown High.

"She has about a decade of administrative and supervisory experience in ESL and World Language," LaSusa said. 

In other business, the board accepted a donation of $28,915 from the Lafayette School PTO for the purchase of a sound system for the gymnasium and updating of outdoor equipment.







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