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Scotch Plains-Fanwood Teachers Granted Tenure

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Newly tenured Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School teachers Credits: SPFK12 District
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SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ  – The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Board of Education has announced the names of 22 teachers and three administrators who have become tenured:

  • Park Middle School: Bryan Erndl, Alexandra Hanner, Rhania McCabe, Amanda Vacchio, Elizabeth Whichard;
  • Terrill Middle School: Raul Furnaguera, Matthew Gunther, Amanda Nail, Alexandra Neidig, Jenea Pope, Amanda Salcedo, Courtney Scott, Lisa Siringano, Kimberly Tinker;
  • McGinn Elementary School: John Lohn;
  • Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School: Antonio Gaetano, Bethany Henry, William Konig, Andrea Kushnir Piede, Raymond Moskal, Heidi Novak, Fathia Zaami.

Additionally, the following administrators received tenure: Justin Fiory, School One Principal; Erin Mullman, Supervisor of Elementary Programs; and Andrea Tomesko, Supervisor for Special Services.

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