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South Brunswick School District Announces Annual ‘Exceptional Educators’

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Exceptional District Employee Sheri Gonce, second from right, with South Brunswick High School Principal Peter Varela and Assistant Principal April Gonzales. Credits: District photo
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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – The school district announced its Exceptional Educators and staff of the year in a press release on Thursday.

According to a district press release, the district honors an Exceptional Educator and Exceptional Educational Support Person from each school each year.

This program acknowledges those special educators and educational support professionals who have inspired learning and made a difference in the lives of our students through their caring and support, according to the release.

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The district solicits nominations from the school community, which are then reviewed by a district selection committee and recipients named, the release said.

A special recognition to honor the recipients is scheduled during the May 9 Board of Education Meeting, 7 p.m., at Crossroads North Middle School, 635 Georges Road in Monmouth Junction, according to the release.

The public is are invited to attend the recognition at the meeting, the release said.

The recipients are: 

Brooks Crossing/Deans

Educator

Support Person

Thomas Coates

Vicki Franken

Brunswick Acres

Educator

Support Person

Michele Downie

Lauri Smith

Cambridge

Educator

Support Person

Heather Ruina

Robyn D’Angelo

Constable

Educator

Support Person

Nicole Charboneau

Linda Ellison

Greenbrook

Educator

Support Person

Kathy Boyce

Rich Domeraski

Indian Fields/Dayton

Educator

Support Person

Jaime Murphy

Henrietta Adochio

Monmouth Junction

Educator

Support Person

Julie Stadler

Ann Smoke

North

Educator

Support Person

Robert Masterdon

Maria Mecca

South

Educator

Support Person

Kelli Zicha

Carol Kling

SBHS

Educator

Support Person

Kristen Borsi

Jennifer Webb

District

Sheri Gonce

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