|Biology||Ms. Maureen Nosal||Biography (PDF)|
|Calculus AB||Mr. James Rahn||Biography (PDF)|
|Chemistry||Dr. Paul Kimmel|
|English Language & Composition||Mr. Lawrence Scanlon|
|English Literature & Composition||Dr. Vincent Lankewish||Biography (PDF)|
|Government & Politics (US)||Dr. Maria Schmidt||Biography (PDF)|
|Physics B||Mr. Jesus Hernandez|
|Psychology||Mr. Donald Kober||Biography (PDF)|
|Spanish Language & Composition||Dr. Michele de Cruz-Saenz|
|Statistics||Dr. Joseph Oechsle||Biography (PDF)|
|US History||Dr. Paul Dickler||Biography (PDF)|
Ms. Adams received her B.A. in Education from Rowan University and continued her graduate level work at Jersey City State College and Rutgers, the State University. She has extensive teaching experience and conveys her expertise in all her workshops.
Ms. Anderson, one of our SAT instructors, currently works as a language supervisor for Lacey Township High School. Ms. Anderson earned a B.A. in English from Georgian Court College.
Ms. Angona earned her B.A. in education from William Paterson, her M.A. in English from New York University and a M.S. Ed. as a Reading Specialist from Monmouth University. Ms. Angona is a professor of English at Ocean County College.
Ms. Applegate holds a B.S. in Engineering from Rutgers University and a M.S. in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently a Physical Science teacher in the Toms River School District.
Mr. Barron holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Trenton State College and an Educational Specialist Administrative/Supervision certification through Rutgers University. He is a retired counselor with the Southern Regional School District and the evening supervisor of the Ocean County College Southern Extension.
Ms. Birdsall received her B.A. from Montclair State College and her M.A. from Jersey City State College. She is a professor of Mathematics at Ocean County College. Ms. Birdsall has held many Algebra workshops for the Ocean County teachers.
Mr. Boland received both his B.A. in Historical Studies and Liberal Arts, Education Concentration from Richard Stockton College and his M.A. in Education from Central Michigan University. He is currently teaching at Point Pleasant Beach High School. His in-depth knowledge of the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards is translated into excellent workshops for teachers of all levels.
Ms. Burke graduated form Northland College with a Bachelor's degree and from Cardinal Stritch College with a Master's degree. Ms. Burke is a retired Learning Disabilities Specialist at Ocean County College. She conducts disability recognition and assistance workshops as well as test taking strategies workshops.
Ms. Burke is a graduate of Regis College with a B.A. in Mathematics and Stevens Institute of Technology with a M.A. in Computer Science. She is a professor in the Computer Science Department at Ocean County College with extensive classroom and workshop experience in MS Office applications, web site design, web and e-mail use skills and has a strong background in computer programming and use.
Mr. Capuano graduated with a B.A. from Fairleigh Dickinson University . He is a certified teacher and a retired Computer Lab Mathematics Specialist with the Lakewood Township School District. Mr. Capuano presents a variety of specialized mathematics workshops for professional development for teachers.
Ms. Capuano earned a B.A. at William Paterson University and a M.Ed. from the College of New Jersey. Ms. Capuano is a retired Coordinator of Testing at Ocean County College.
Ms. Ciliento received her B.A. in Early Childhood Education from Jersey City State College. In addition to heading up our P-3 Praxis Review, Ms. Ciliento works in a Preschool Program in the Toms River School District.
Ms. Cooke received her B.A. in Physical Education from William Paterson College and a M.A. in Mathematics Education from Jersey City State College. In addition to being a SAT instructor and developing SAT programs, Ms. Cooke is a teacher and technology specialist at Lacey Township School District.
Ms. Corbett holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in Education from Jersey City State College and Marygrove College respectively. She is currently a Reading Recovery and Basic Skills teacher in the Lacey Township School District. During the summer Ms. Corbett is co-director for Ocean County College 's Children's Reading Institute.
Ms. Cramer earned a B.A. at Ursinus College and a M.A. at Trenton State College. She is a Career Specialist in the Center for Academic Services at Ocean County College.
Ms. DeFilippis received her B.S. in Elementary Education from Rowan University and her M.A. in Education from Marygrove College. Ms. DeFilippis is a Grade 5/6 Building Supervisor for Lacey Township School District.
Mr. Dolan graduated from St. Mary of the Plains College with a B.A. in English. He is an experienced English teacher retired from the Southern Regional School District as the Substance Abuse Coordinator where he created and implemented substance abuse prevention programs.
Dr. D'Zio graduated from Barrington College with a B.A. in English, a M.A. in Curriculum and Supervision from Monmouth College and from Nova South Eastern with an Ed.D. Her work experience has included every level to Superintendent of Schools. She is currently the Alternate Route instructor.
Ms. Galletta is an American Sign Language Interpreter/ Instructor and an Ocean County College Interpreter Lab Technician. She has a B.A. in Communications from Kean University.
Ms. Garczynski earned a B.A. in history from Holy Family College and a M.A. in Educational Psychology from Monmouth University. She is a school counselor with the Toms River Regional School District with extensive experience in teacher professional development workshops.
Mr. Gordon is an adjunct professor in the Mathematics Department at Ocean County College. He received his B.A.and M.A.in Mathematics from Penn State University.
Ms. Grone graduated from Montclair State College with a B.A. degree in Mathematics and from Trenton State College with a M.A. in Mathematics. She is currently an Ocean County College professor of Mathematics. Ms. Grone is a strongly experienced workshop leader of computer use in a variety of applications.
Ms. Hardie is a Supervisor of English in the Toms River School District. She received her B.A. in English and her supervisor certificate from Georgian Court University and her M.A. in English from the College of New Jersey. Ms. Hardie brings her eighteen years of experience in education to all her workshops.
Ms. Healy graduated from Montclair State College with a B.A. in French and Spanish and from Georgian Court College with a M.A. in Educational Administration. She is a supervisor of instruction with the Central Regional School District, and an instructor for Kean University and Georgian Court College.
Ms. Hernandez received her B.A. in Elementary Education from Saint Peter's College and is certified in elementary and special education. In addition to presenting workshops on special needs, Ms. Hernandez is an Early Intervention teacher working with autistic children.
Ms. Hibbard holds a B.A. in Science Education from Trenton State and a M.S.in Biology from the University of Delaware. She is currently a high school science teacher in the Toms River School District.
Janine Howley, MA has been a professional educator for over two decades. Her undergraduate and graduate degrees are in special education. Ms. Howley has conducted workshops on Tourette syndrome and associated disorders for professionals in many NJ school districts, educational conventions, as well as college and universities. She presently teaches middle school students in Ocean County where she was selected as a "teacher of the year" in 2006. Ms. Howley is also a parent of an adult child with TS.
Dr. Jacobs-Lowery is a New Jersey Certified School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychologist. She received her doctoral degree from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University. Dr. Jacobs-Lowery currently is a School Psychologist for Toms River Regional Schools and a Psychologist for Children's Specialized Hospital.
Ms. Johnson holds a B.A. in English Education from the University of Delaware and a M.A. in Education at Georgian Court University. Ms. Johnson is a secondary English teacher in the Toms River Regional School District in addition to her SAT tutoring.
Ms. Julian completed a B.A. in Elementary Education and M. Ed in language arts concentration from William Patterson College. She is currently a second grade teacher at Lacey Township School District. Ms. Julian is a co-director for OCean County College's Children's Reading Institute.
Ms. Kahane received her B.A. in Education from Kean College and her M.A. in Education from Georgian Court College. She is a technology teacher with the Jackson School District.
Ms. Keller received both a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Chemistry from the University of Delaware. Before Ms. Keller's current position as a science teacher at Toms River School District she was an environmental consultant.
Mr. Kelly earned a B.S. in Criminal Justice from N.J. Institute of Technology and a M.S. in Criminal Justice from Long Island University. Mr. Kelly is a retired special assistant to District 5 Regional School Safety Administrator and is presently conducting workshops for Pinelands Regional Adult Community School.
Ms. Kipp received her B.A. in Math Education and M.A. in Counseling from the College of New Jersey. Ms. Kipp currently works as an adult High School Counselor in addition to being a reader for the Praxis II Principles of Learning and Teaching.
Ms. Kuzminski, our Substitute School Nurse instructor, earned her B.S. in Nursing and her School Nurse certification from The College of New Jersey. She is in her twentieth year of school nursing at Toms River School District.
Mr. Larice, in addition to developing and teaching SAT programs, teaches mathematics at Lacey Township. Mr. Larice earned a B.S. in Accounting from Rowan University.
Mr. Lloyd graduated from Rowan University with a B.A. in history and from Rutgers University with an M.B.A. He holds certificates in teaching and for Principal and Supervision. Mr. Lloyd is currently teaching Social Studies for the Toms River School District.
Ms. Magaziner-Schneider was awarded a B.A. in Psychology and Special Education and a M.S. in Education from Brooklyn College (City University of NY). She is currently a School Psychologist/Consultant/Staff Development Provider.
Dr. O'Connell received a B.A. in History from St Peter's College, a M.A. in Reading from Jersey City State College, and a Doctor of Education from University of Sarasota. Dr. O'Connell is a retired District Supervisor of Curriculum for Toms River Regional School District. He is currently an Adjunct Professor in Educational Leadership at New Jersey City University.
A former retail computer business owner who now teaches network security classes at Ocean County College, Parsons has been involved with computer-based crime protection for 25 years. Ms. Parsons is a graduate of the FBI Citizen's Academy.
Ms. Pesci holds a B.S. in Political Science and a M.Ed. from Montclair State University. She earned her Supervisory Certification from Georgian Court College. Ms. Pesci is a teacher in the Central Regional School District.
Mr. Pezzimenti is an Adjunct Professor in Mathematics at Ocean County College. He received his B.S. in Environmental Science from Stockton State College and his M.S. in Applied Math from Humboldt State University.
Ms. Piszar earned an A.S. degree from Ocean County College , a B.S. in Education from Bloomsburg University and a M.S. in Counseling Psychology from Georgian Court College. She holds a Special Education Certification and General Education Certification and is a teacher with the Brick School District.
Ms. Plewa received her B.A. in Special Education from Marywood College and her M.A. in Special Education from Trenton State College. She is currently an adjunct professor for General and Special Education at Ocean County College.
Mr. Polk holds a B.S. in Business and Management from the University of Maryland, a M.Ed., in Administration from John Hopkins University and a J.D. from the University of Baltimore. Mr. Polk is the Dean of Business, Economics and Computer Studies at Ocean County College.
Ms. Procaccini is a Project Specialist in the Center for Academic Services at Ocean County College. She earned a B.A. in Humanities from the University of Maryland.
Dr. Reilly completed an A.A.S. and B.B.A. at Pace University and received her M.B.A. from Fordham University and her doctorate from Capella University. She is currently an Associate Professor of Economics at Ocean County College and has developed and delivered numerous economics based workshops and seminars.
Ms. Reustle graduated from West Chester University with a Bachelor's Degree and Temple University with a Master's in Education. She is currently the Dean of Academic Services at Ocean County College.
Ms. Reynolds earned an AS from Ocean County College, a B.S. from Georgian Court and a Master's degree from Kean University. She is a teacher in the Toms River Regional School District and has developed and delivered professional development workshops for teachers in classroom management.
Ms. Rielly holds a B.A. in English and Elementary Education from Caldwell College and a M.A. in Reading Specialist, from Kean University. She has extensive teaching and supervisory experience and was the Ocean County Superintendent of Schools for eight years.
Mr. Roberts earned his B.A. in History from the College of Staten Island and his M. Ed. in Special Education from Rutgers University. Mr. Roberts is a retired principal at Stafford Intermediate School and is an adjunct professor at Stockton State College.
Ms. Sasse graduated from Rider College with a B.S. in Education. She is a business teacher in the Lakewood School District and also teacher/coordinator of Cooperative Office Vocational-Technical Education for the district. She has developed and delivered technology based professional development workshops for teachers.
Mr. Schiller is a graduate of Big Bend Community College with an A.S. degree, Washington State University with a B.S.E.E. and a M.S. from Texas A & M University. He is a professor in Engineering Studies at Ocean County College. Mr. Schiller has experience in the development and delivery of physics and engineering workshops.
Ms. Sitek holds an A.S. from Ocean County College and Interpreter Certification from Union County College. She is employed at Ocean County College in the Disability Resource Department as a Sign Language Interpreter for in-classroom interpretation for students.
Ms. Sweet, a member of the NJEA Human Rights Committee, is a retired resource room teacher in Jackson Township. She earned a Master's degree in Guidance Counseling from the University of Bridgeport and a Master's degree in Human Development from Fairleigh Dickinson.
Mr. Steve Susko is a graduate of East Strausburg University with a B.S. in Mathematics at Rutgers University with a M.Ed. in Mathematics. Mr. Susko is a retired Supervisor of Mathematics K-12 for the Brick Township School District. Mr. Susko is an experienced teacher and supervisor with exceptional workshop leader skills for mathematics.
Ms. Villalobos is Director of the Novins Planetarium at Ocean County College. Her additional projects include working as a Solar System Ambassador for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and as an Earth and Space Explainer for the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History.
Ms. Williams received both her B.A. and M.A. in English Literature from the University of Dayton and a Master of Education with an emphasis in Developmental Skills from Appalachian State University. She is a professor of English at Ocean County College.
Mr. Wnek received a B.S. in Biology and a M.A. in Teaching from Monmouth University. He is currently a teacher of Marine and Environmental Sciences at Ocean County Vocational-Technical School.
Ms. Wyckoff received her B.A. in Literature from Richard Stockton College. She is currently an English teacher in the Pinelands Regional School District.