NJ Teacher of the Year Visits Kenilworth

NJ Teacher of the Year Visits Kenilworth
Posted on 02/17/2016
NJ Teacher of the Year Visits Kenilworth

February 16, 2016: Kenilworth received a distinct honor today; New Jersey Teacher of the Year Chelsea Collins visited the Kenilworth School District.  Ms. Collins was the featured speaker at the district’s in-service professional development day. 

Ms. Collins, a sixth grade language arts teacher at Woodstown Middle School in the Woodstown-Pilesgrove School District in Salem County, is the 2015-16 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year.  Mrs. Janice Marsili, Brearley Art Teacher and Union County Teacher of the Year, organized the visit.

Dr. Tramaglini, Kenilworth Superintendent stated that “Her inspiring remarks were the perfect starting point to a wonderful day of learning and collegial collaboration.” 

Pictured: Dr. Tabitha Bradley, KBOE Supervisor, Ms. Chelsea Collins, NJ Teacher of the Year, Dr. Thomas Tramaglini, Superintendent, Janice Marsili, Union County Teacher of the Year, and Lauren Bound, KBOE Supervisor

For More information, contact Mr. Vincent Gonnella at 908-276-1644, extension 1550 or by email at Vincent_Gonnella@Kenilworthschools.com