GLEN ROCK, NJ – After eleven years of service at Glen Rock Public Schools, Lawrence Wolff, Director of Personnel Services, will retire from the district at the end of the school year.
“It has been an honor to have been a part of the Glen Rock School District,” Wolff said in an email comment.
Wolff is the third administrator to leave during the last month. Principals of both the middle and high school have resigned and retired. The district is currently considering an administrative restructuring, going to one principal at the middle/high school, and adding the following: an assistant superintendent, two assistant principals and at least three supervisors in the subject areas.
Mr. Wolff has managed the guidance department and school nurses over the years. In addition, the district thanks Mr. Wolff for his work with students and families providing an array of services, including: choosing classes and applying to colleges. He has been influential in directing the middle and high school guidance departments as changes evolved over the years with standardized testing and new programs coming into the district.
“Mr. Wolff’s number one concern was the students, and he was always unwavering in his attention to their needs,” said Dr. Brett Charleston, Superintendent of Glen Rock Public Schools.
Wolff will retire as of July 1 and begin his new life in Florida.