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Our district is located in Morris County, approximately 36 miles west-northwest of New York City, 12.8 miles west-northwest of Morristown, New Jersey and 26 miles east of the Delaware Water Gap on the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Approximately 23,000 residents in the towns of Landing, Lower Berkshire Valley, Kenvil, Succasunna, Ledgewood, and Port Morris, live within the district’s 22-square mile boundary. Students who live in Mt. Arlington, and parts of Wharton and Flanders send their students to attend High School in Roxbury.
In 2014, Roxbury competed its five-year strategic plan. To view presentations and information on planning meeting outcomes, click here.
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Dear Parents, Guardians, and Members of the Roxbury Township Community,
Happy New Year!
It is indeed an honor to be named the next Superintendent of Roxbury Township Public Schools. As many of you know, I was appointed as the Acting Superintendent by the Board of Education on January 4th. My contract is currently under review, and I will become your official Superintendent later this month. I would like to offer my sincere appreciation and thanks to the Board of Education for their faith and trust in me to serve as the leader of our district – one that continues to grow, achieve, and surpass expectations. I am extremely optimistic about the bright future of Roxbury Township Public Schools!
Being appointed to this position is especially precious to me because I am not new to the district. I joined the Roxbury family in 2010, beginning as the Humanities Supervisor before becoming the Assistant Superintendent for the past three and half years. In both positions I was afforded the opportunity to witness firsthand the dedication, commitment, and enthusiasm of all departments, grade levels, and buildings. Roxbury School District is truly a special place with a committed Board of Education, dedicated staff and involved community members who sincerely care about our students and work together to inspire and empower all learners and strive towards our goal of “preparing the children of today for tomorrow.”
There is no job more important than educating the next generation and no career more fulfilling. s John Dewey states, “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” Together we can spark curiosity, encourage stamina and determination, inspire an undefeatable spirit, and foster compassion. I look forward to building our collaborative relationship and working hard to furthering the district’s initiatives. I plan to schedule several ‘sit and chat’ meetings over the course of the next few months to meet with community members and hope you’ll come out to meet me.
While there are challenges ahead in 2016, I have no doubt that we have the strength and fortitude to overcome them. Together, we will continue to make a difference.
Yours in Education,