MONTVILLE, NJ - Wayne Guarino was appointed Supervisor of Athletics, Physical Education, Health and Nurses at the Montville Township Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 14.
Since 2009, Guarino has served as a Montville Township High School history teacher, and coach. During his tenure he has supported the MTHS Mustangs as Head Freshman Football Coach; Assistant Varsity Football Coach; Assistant Baseball Coach and Assistant Girl’s Tennis Coach. Guarino also launched the Mustangs’ Championship Bowling Team in 2013 as the Head Varsity Bowling Coach.
Guarino’s contributions to Mustangs Bowling include: 4 Conference Championships, 4 County Championships, 2 Sectional Championships and 1 NJSIAA Group III Championship.
“Wayne has served us well as a teacher and coach at the high school since January 2009,” said Superintendent Dr. René Rovtar in her recommendation of Guarino to the Montville Township BOE. “I feel strongly, as did the members of the interview committee, that Wayne has both the background and the enthusiasm to be very successful in this position.”
Guarino was awarded a B.A. in History and a minor in Secondary Education from Saint Peter’s College in 2007. He obtained a M.A. in Education in 2011 from The College of New Jersey and a M.A. in Educational Leadership in 2016 from Montclair State University. He also has attained his Supervisor and Principal certificate for the State of New Jersey and is looking forward to pursuing a Certified Athletic Administrators license from the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators’ Association.
Montville Township Public Schools is home to five elementary facilities, a middle school and high school. There are over 3,600 Pre-K to grade twelve students in the district.
Currently the administrative position is held by William Koch. Koch has taken a position closer to his home and family. Guarino will replace Koch as Supervisor of Athletics, Physical Education, Health and Nurses beginning Jan. 1, 2018.