SPOTSWOOD, NJ - At the Board of Education meeting on June 4, the board approved former Holmdel High School Assistant Principal Amy Jablonski as the new principal of Spotswood High School. The Spotswood Board of Education began the search for the new high school principal earlier this spring when current Spotswood High School principal, Dale Rubino announced his resignation.
Jablonski has been an assistant principal at Holmdel High School since September of 2017. Prior to that, she was an assistant principal in Bordentown. Jablonski spent 11 years working in the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District. She began her education career as a social studies teacher in 2005 with the district according to her Linked in profile. Jablonski earned degrees from the College of New Jersey and Johns Hopkins University.
Rubino's letter of resignation was accepted by the Spotswood Board of Education on May 7 after only one year in the district. The former SHS teacher returned to the district in 2019 the take the principal position after the retirement of longtime Spotswood High School Principal Thomas Calder. Calder was the principal at Spotswood High School for 13 years, graduating his first class in 2005 and his last in 2018.
Rubino is leaving the high school to return to Sayreville War Memorial High School where he previously served as a vice-prinicipal. The Sayreville Board of Education appointed Rubino as the new principal of the district's high school in April.
Jablonski will become Spotswood High School's principal on August 5 or sooner according to the minutes of the June 4 Spotswood Board of Education meeting.