Kenilworth Superintendent Sets Goals for 2017-2018 School Year

Dr. Thomas Tramaglini.  Credits: Kenilworth Public School District

KENILWORTH, NJ – As the Kenilworth school year ends, the administration is planning its goals for next year.

In his weekly roundup, Superintendent Dr. Thomas Tramaglini announced four goals he has for the district.

They include personalizing the curriculum, instruction and assessment to neet the needs of the Kenilworth population, holding the schools accountable for operating a safe, efficient and effective district, developing and strengthening the school’s relationships with community stakeholders through communication and collaboration, and fostering a culture of high expectations by delivering a rigorous and outstanding education.

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“Each year, as the school year ends, we close our schools and immediately begin preparing for September,” Tramaglini wrote. “I am already looking forward to beginning to work on our strategic plan which is aimed at improving our school district in several ways.”

According to his newsletter, the school principals will complete their goals for the upcoming school year this summer.

“Those goals will be shared at our Board of Education meeting in July,” he wrote.

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