As prepares to move to an assistant superintendent position, a domino effect of a series of occurred, leading to more than a half-dozen promotions and transitions in the .
When students at both the high school and elementary level return to classes in September, they’ll have familiar faces in new positions across several schools in the district.
The first promotion the Toms River Regional School Board agreed to was moving Principal James Hauenstein, who will serve as the newest assistant superintendent for Toms River Regional Schools. He replaces the assistant superintendent spot left vacant after Frank Roselli was named superintendent.
The appointment was made during the school board’s meeting last Tuesday. Later, the school board met in executive session after last Tuesday’s public meeting to discuss the series of transitions. After midnight, the board returned to public session to vote on who would serve where.
The vacancy created by Hauenstein’s move to assistant super would create a ripple effect, leading to six other transition appointments in the district.
Elementary Principal Ed Keller will be principal at High School North.
Supervisor Colleen McGrath will be North Dover Elementary principal.
The High School Supervisor of Special Services, Maryann Pepe, will be the district’s Director of Special Services.
Mike Snyder, who is a physiologist in the district, is moving to Supervisor of Special Services – High School.
Teacher Mallory Kennedy will become the Supervisor of Hooper Avenue Elementary.
Teacher Jason Hughes will become the Supervisor of North Dover Elementary School.
The staffers will assume their new titles and responsibilities for the coming school year.