POINT PLEASANT — The “Teacher for a Day” program took over the Point Pleasant school district on March 10.
The event is designed to welcome prominent members of the community into the schools and into the exciting world of education. Community members served as guest teachers for an entire day under the supervision of a certified staff member.
These individuals, along with several other community members, included Board of Education President Cheryl Salway and newly elected board members Michael Sullivan and Steve Henry, who accepted an invitation from the Point Pleasant Education Association to participate in this year’s program.
Superintendent of Schools Adam Angelozzi also participated in this year’s event by returning to the classroom to teach eighth grade science for the day at Memorial Middle School. Nadine Tirado, a parent and president of the Ocean Road Elementary School PTO, participated in this year’s event as well.
Also involved with the event was financial advisor Michelle Coffey, Jeffrey Johnson of the Point Borough Police Department and Paul Ashley of the U.S. Coast Guard.
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