Curriculum and Instruction Administration

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Supervisor of Mathematics Grades PreK-5

  • Ms. Arbolino began her career in education in 2006. Since then she has had the opportunity to work both inside and outside of the classroom, developing math programs and professional development opportunities for colleagues. Ms. Arbolino is committed to being involved in all facets of curriculum development, standardized testing, and auditing our wide variety of programs and events. Ms. Arbolino received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education with a Mathematics Specialization in grades 5-8 from Kutztown University. In addition, she received a Master's Degree from Centenary College in Instructional Leadership.

     

Supervisor of Mathematics Grades 6-12

  • Mrs. Kasa graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2008 with her BA in Mathematics and MA in Education. Shortly after graduating, she began her career as a High School Mathematics Teacher. Since her career began, she has had the opportunity to work both inside and outside of the classroom both on curriculum and instruction as well as a field hockey coach for many years. In 2017, she went back to school and earned her second Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Ramapo College. As the Mathematics Supervisor for grades 6-12, she is committed to working together with teachers to help everyone grow. She loves learning new strategies and bringing that information back to her colleagues. Additionally, she is dedicated to working closely with the PreK-5 Supervisor to ensure smooth transitions for students, enhance curriculum development and auditing the wide variety of programs and events at Sparta Township Public Schools.

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Supervisor of English/Language Arts Grades 6-12

  • Mr. Rivers is proud to serve the Sparta School District as the supervisor of English/Language Arts for grades 6-12. Mr. Rivers began his teaching career as a high school ELA teacher in Robbinsville, New Jersey where he taught for two years before moving north to teach at Sparta High School. Since his arrival in 2014, he has presented with colleagues from Sparta and other NJ school leaders at national conventions for the National Council of Teachers of English. Mr. Rivers continues to engage with professional organizations and his incredible colleagues to pursue creative ways to meet the needs of our students. He is grateful to contribute to community groups in Sparta such as the Diversity Council and We Are the Dream. Mr. Rivers encourages all parents, students, and community members to read the kinds of books that, to borrow a phrase from Kurt Vonnegut, “make you brave and kind and healthy and happy.” 

    Education:

    • BA - English and Theatre Arts, Drew University (2011)
    • MAT - Theatre Arts Education, Drew University (2012)
    • MA - School Administration, Rowan University (2021)


Supervisor of English/Language Arts Grades PreK-5

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Supervisor of Social Studies

  • Mr. Kercher has over twenty years of professional experience in New Jersey Public Schools. During this time, he has served in a number of instructional and leadership capacities. These roles include: a teacher of Honors/Humanities programs, an ESL and ICS instructor, a Varsity Basketball, Baseball and Golf coach, a Mentor-Teacher, a 7-12 Department Supervisor, a Community Outreach Coordinator and a Professional Development Provider. 

    After graduating from The College of New Jersey in 1997 with a BA in History/Secondary Education, Mr. Kercher became a teacher and coach at Hightstown High School in East Windsor, NJ. He graduated from Rider University in 2006 with a Master’s in Educational Leadership. In 2008, he became the 7-12 Social Studies Supervisor in the Livingston Public Schools where he helped to create a Humanities program and integrated cultural programing in conjunction with the World Language Department.

    Mr. Kercher firmly believes that a robust curricular program in Social Studies and World Language is critically important for the 21st century learner. It is from these experiences that students can become the empathetic and informed leaders of tomorrow.

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Supervisor of Science, Technology, and Engineering

  • In addition to being a Sparta High School alumni, Ms. Wilson has been employed by the Sparta Township School system since 2004. Prior to becoming the Supervisor of Science, Ms. Wilson taught earth and environmental science, oceanography, astronomy, and meteorology at Sparta High School. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Geoscience from Montclair State University, a Master in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove University, and a Master in Educational Leadership from Montclair State University. It is her belief that a high quality science education is important for all students from K-12. Science education helps our students become informed citizens and consumers, while also preparing them to compete globally in the rapidly expanding science-related fields. Ms. Wilson values community input and local resources to provide our students with cutting edge science curricula and field experiences for all grade levels.

     

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