Governor Phil Murphy and the State Department of Education have recognized New Jersey teachers from 21 counties as part of this year’s Teachers’ Program.
According to the DOE release, the recipients appeared in a virtual ceremony on August 25.
“New Jersey public schools are the best in the nation because we have the best teachers in the nation,” he said. On Twitter, Repeat from the release.
“These teachers will ensure the success of our students, both at home and abroad,” said Dr. Angelica Allan-Macmillan, the state’s education commissioner.
He said each county teacher who is encouraged to select their schools will be ambassadors for the region’s public school system next year. Candidates are expected to interact with other teachers, and represent different ethnic and racial backgrounds.
Of the 21 County Teachers of the Year, New Jersey State Teacher of the Year is usually announced in October and continues to compete for National Teacher of the Year distinction.
Atlantic County – Gym House, Science, Egg City High School
Bergen County – Kim Silicon, English / Language Arts, Ridge Agricultural Elementary School, Paramus
Burlington County – Mi Michel oola Law, Math, Hillside Elementary School, Laurel Mountain
Camden County – Sonia Choo, ESL, LEAP Academy High School, Camden
Cape May County – Lee An Tar, Kindergarten / Social Emotional Education, Cape May Elementary School
Cumberland County-Samantha Johnson Boyer, Pre-K, CF Sebrock School, Upper Derfield City
Essex County – Theresa Maguhan, Social Studies, East Orange STEM Academy
Gloucester County-Lynn Bussot, Secondary, Governor Charles C. Stratton School, Swedenborough-Welwich
Hudson County – Kimberly Madalena, English / Language Arts, Washington Middle School, Harrison
Hunterson County – Teresa A. de Sapio Diaz, Business Arts / 3D Animation, Huntendon County Polytechnic School, Flemington
Mercer County – Brittany Thomas, Grade 4 / Principal, Robbins Elementary School, Trenton
Middlex County – Melissa Vega, Bilingual Arts, New Brunswick Middle School
Monmouth County – Alisa Gary, Special Education and English / Language Arts, Red Bank Middle School
Morris County – Jonathan Dowler, Social Studies, West Morris Mendham High School, Mendham
Ocean County – Michael Derigi, Junior, Grade 5, North Dover Elementary School, Thoms River
Passek County – Tami Cooper, English / Language Arts, Passic High School
Salem County – Julie Horseman, Social Studies, Woodston High School
Somerset County – Darren Welsko, Science, Waung Hills Regional High School, Warren
Sussex County – Shawan Longgo, Music / Art Integration, Durban Street School, Hopakong
Union County – Dennis Dagonis, Science, Rosel Park High School
Warren County – Faith Roncroni, English / Language Arts, Phillipsburg High School
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