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Re: Jersey City school district welcomes 13 new administrators
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All of these promotions and increased salaries amidst 300 plus layoffs just a couple of months ago. Where did they get the money from?

Also, wasn't Johanna O'Neil, Epp's traveling "companion" on that London romp of a few years back. Guess she's finally getting paid for it.

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still do not understand how Healy escaped prosecution. the man is on freaking tape thanking Dwek for 10K.


Well it's not like he tried to sell Obama's senate seat. If that's not illegal (according to some lunatic post-menopausal Chicago grandmother), then Healy taking cash for favors should be worthy of commendation for bringing $ into JC in these harsh financial times. (again, read with sarcasm).

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still do not understand how Healy escaped prosecution. the man is on freaking tape thanking Dwek for 10K.

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I certainly hope they were all given both promotional and merit raises. . .

(please re-read again with extreme sarcasm).

The schools suck. OK, so let's have the head sucker promote some cronies. And let's pay 'em more money. Awesome. Go team Healy! (minus whoever got indicted). So, I guess, go Healy! Please, just go . . .

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Jersey City school district welcomes 13 new administrators

Published: Friday, August 27, 2010, 5:29 PM Updated: Friday, August 27, 2010, 5:32 PM
Melissa Hayes/The Jersey Journal

Jersey City Superintendent Charles Epps started off last night?s Board of Education meeting by promoting 13 staff members to his administrative team.

The promotions, which were not included in the board agenda (which included retirements, new hires and transfers), include three principals.

The announcement comes after the district released plans to layoff 375 staff members in May, that included 207 non-tenured teachers and 21 tenured teachers.

Treniere Dobson, who was a language arts supervisor, was named principal of the new Infinity Institute.

Robert Brower, who has served as an assistant principal at School 23 for the past three years, was named principal of School 17.

Glenda Jennings, who first served as an English teacher and went on to be assistant principal at Middle School 40, was named principal of the Center of the Arts at Middle School 41.

John Gonzalez, coordinator of the special education department at Lincoln High School who also worked with the high school credit recovery program and SAT academy, was named vice principal at Snyder High School.

Irene Byrne, a special education and coordinator of guidance at Lincoln High School, was named supervisor of Infinity High School.

Bruce Henecker, a high school language arts teacher, was named supervisor of assessment and evaluation.

Kimberly O?Neill, a fourth grade teacher at School 14, was named language arts supervisor.

Theresa Schmidt-McGuirk, a reading specialist and program coordinator, was named Title 1 supervisor.

Manisha Shah, a chemistry and robotics teacher at Ferris High School, was named district science supervisor.

Diane Torman, a literacy coach and teacher at School 17 who was Hudson County Teacher of the Year in 2008, was named supervisor of curriculum, instruction and professional development.

Mildred DiSanzo, a former Ferris High School vice principal and member of the Education Leadership Team at Snyder High School, was named special assistant to the association superintendent of high schools.

Magda Savino, principal of School 17 and a former teacher and reading specialist, was named district turnaround director.

Johanna O?Neill, a former middle school teacher and member of the district?s testing department, was named director of testing.

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