Please join your community members in electing incumbent Desiree DeNourie, for one of the three open seats on the Warren Township Board of Education.

During her tenure on the Board, Desiree has served in several capacities, such as working in the Finance, Curriculum, Policy, Personnel, and Communications Committees, as well as serving on the Board of Directors for Somerset County Educational Services Commission (SCESC).  She is most proud of her assistance in establishing an ongoing effort of innovating the district’s grading continuity across all schools. 

Desiree possesses many qualities that assist her in effectively serving our community and our children.  She has a degree in Psychology and is certified as an Elementary Teacher.  She is also a local business owner of 11 years.  Of three children, her twins are students in Warren Middle School, and the third is a student in Woodland School.  All of her boys are active participants in community activities, such as Pop Warner Football, Watchung Hills Wrestling, and Cross Country.

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Before her tenure on the Board, she served as Class Mom for several years, as well as volunteered in the school library and lunchroom.  Desiree is also a published Children’s Book author and continues to work on similar projects.

Desiree has worked with children her entire adult life, ensuring their education, safety, and well being in many capacities.  She has cared for children in general classrooms, and special needs/Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) classrooms, Pediatric in-patient settings, in addition to being a parent, and school volunteer, and, most recently, a conscientious Board of Education member. 

Our district is facing two crucial issues needing versatile problem solvers.  The hiring of a new Superintendent, as well as determining how the district will respond to the decline in enrollment requires a person like Desiree.  Her experience can effectively represent the concerns of Warren residents.

Desiree DeNourie asks for your vote to support her on November 3, so she may continue to support our community’s children.