SPOTSWOOD, NJ - At the May 7 meeting of the Spotswood Board of Education, the board accepted the letter of resignation from Spotswood High School Principal Dale Rubino. Rubino, a former Spotswood High School teacher and vice-principal at Sayreville War Memorial High School, was hired last June to replace longtime SHS principal Thomas Calder. Calder was the principal at the high school for 13 years, graduating his first senior class in 2005 and his last in 2018.

Rubino will be returning to Sayreville War Memorial High School as principal for the 2019-20 school year when his resignation becomes effective on July 1. He was approved by the Sayreville Board of Education as the high school's principal for the 2019-20 school year at an April board meeting. Rubino has a one year contract and can be reappointed by the Sayreville Board of Education at the conclusion of the 2019-20 school year.

In addition to Rubino, letters of resignation were accepted by the board from Spotswood High School English teacher Holly Hagman, district psychologist Amanda Stankowitz and Spotswood High School special education teacher Edyta Karpowicz.

Longtime Spotswood High School Physical Education teacher and athletic chair William Visokay submitted his letter of resignation as well. Visokay will be retiring from the district as of June 30. The Spotswood Board of Education also accepted letters of resignation for the purpose of retirement from Schoenly School Music teacher Carl Beck, Spotswood High School Spanish teacher Barbara Trimboli and Spotswood High School Crisis Counselor Patricia Lauro.