HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Anthony Aliperti has been selected as the new principal of Triangle Elementary School and begins work Aug. 11.
His appointment was approved by unanimous vote at the June 10 Hillsborough Board of Education meeting.
Since 2015, Aliperti has served as assistant principal of Ethel McKnight Elementary School, a kindergarten through second grade school in the East Windsor School District. Aliperti began his career in education at Branchburg Township School District as a third grade teacher.
During the 2008-2009 school year, Aliperti was honored with the district’s Teacher of the Year award. In addition, he served as Branchburg’s district testing coordinator during the 2013-2014 school year. Aliperti has also worked as a special education early intervention specialist with the Matheny Medical and Educational Center.
Aliperti received his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Kean University, holds a master’s degree in Special Education from Centenary College, and a master’s in Administration and Leadership from Georgian Court University.
With over 20 years of experience in the classroom and as an administrator, his goal has always been to ensure that all students receive a high quality education. “I believe all children can learn and be successful,” Aliperti said. “I will be devoted and dedicated to the students, families, and staff of Triangle Elementary School as we work collaboratively to instill a love of learning in
our children and enrich young lives.”
“We are pleased to welcome Mr. Aliperti to Hillsborough,” said Dr. Jorden Schiff, superintendent of Hillsborough Schools. “His extensive background in elementary education and commitment to cultivating a collaborative and supportive learning environment for students and staff will serve the Triangle School community well.”