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South Brunswick honors its educators

SOUTH BRUNSWICK – The South Brunswick Township Public Schools Office of Professional Development announced the recipients of the 2018-19 South Brunswick Educators and Educational Support People of the Year.

From Brooks Crossing/Deans: educator Christopher Calderone, support person Lynn Miniere.

From Brunswick Acres: educator Jillian Nicola, support person Diana Kwiatkowski.

From Cambridge: educator Christina O’Brien, support person Mary Ann Rowe.

From Constable: educator Patricia Buttitta, support person Cathleen DiBenedetto.

From Greenbrook: educator Teresa Chesnovitz, support person Susan Gurney.

From Indian Fields/Dayton: educator Barbara Nogueras, support person Bonita Kazi.

From Monmouth Junction: educator Tasha Page, support person Cynthia McDonald.

From Crossroads Middle School North: educator Susan Hurley, support person Gloria Heyer.

From Crossroads Middle School South: educator Bruce Boehm, support person Phyllis Kristjanson.

From South Brunswick High School: educator Arianne Dowd, support person Anthony Sudnick.

From the district: support person Marta Gidej.

“Each year when you see the list, it so clear that this award is meaningful and just a minimalist badge. To be recognized in South Brunswick matters and as the superintendent it is a moment of pride when you read the nominations and the wonderful reasons why these and others were nominated. Also, as my personal time here grows, the names become more and more familiar and the progress more and more exciting. A great group of educators this year and all of the nominees were truly top notch,” Superintendent Scott Feder said.

The honorees will be recognized during the South Brunswick Board of Education meeting on April 15.

For more information, visit www.sbschools.org.

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