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Principal's Message

 
I am both humbled and honored to be Principal of Marlboro Elementary School.  I am a passionate educator who advocates for every child.  I look forward to working collaboratively on providing an experience that develops our students academically, socially, and emotionally.  I believe in our mission to prepare students for becoming leaders in a global society by instilling strong values and citizenship, along with high academic standards.
 
I have served the Marlboro Township Public Schools since 2005.  I have held positions at Marlboro Memorial Middle School, the Frank Defino Central Elementary School, the David C. Abbott Early Learning Center as well as working in the board of education office.  It is with great pride and honor, that I now call myself a MarEl Mustang!  My plan is to leverage my broad experiences to continue a tradition of excellence at Marlboro Elementary School.
 
Even though I am extremely proud of my accomplishments as an educator, they pale in comparison to the personal pride I hold as father to my daughter Olivia, son Joseph and as a husband to my wife Kristen.  In every professional decision I make, I always consider the humanistic side and ask myself, “What would I want for my family?”  I hold relationships and communication within a school community in the highest regard.  To that end, my door is always open to speak about our shared mission of developing our children.  Do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions, concerns, accolades, ideas, or even just to say, “Hello.”
Principal's Message

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PHASE 2 SEPTEMBER 24TH UPDATE

Please note that our Phase 2 plan for increase in-person instructional days is currently being finalized. The plan discussed at the 9/22 BOE Meeting is being revised and will include equity for hybrid and remote students.
Marlboro Virtual Field Day

Marlboro Virtual Field Day

The elementary physical education teachers created a Virtual Field Day for students in kindergarten to fifth grade. The Virtual Field Day is dedicated to all the heroes who keep our community and world safe.

Monmouth County Department of Health

Starting today, April 20th, any Monmouth County residents in need of COVID-19 related emotional support can contact the Monmouth County Department of Health hotline at 732.845.2070. After initial contact with DRCC at the hotline, anyone in need of additional support will be directed to call Mental Health Association of Monmouth County at (732) 542-6422 to be connected to a licensed professional. MHA Monmouth County will answer calls live Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. MHA Monmouth County has put together a network of 60 volunteer licensed professionals who are providing up to 6 free telephonic support sessions. After 6 calls, if the resident is in need of ongoing behavioral health services, they will be referred to one of our community agencies.

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