Sparta educators give STEM presentation

| 01 Nov 2017 | 12:31

— On October 24, members of the Sparta School district presented a session on the Sparta High School STEM Academy at the the New Jersey School Boards Association Workshop 2017 held in Atlantic City. Making the presentation were Dr. Michael Rossi, Superintendent; Dr. Daniel Johnson, Assistant Superintendent; Janet Ferraro, Sparta High School Principal; Marisa Wilson, Supervisor of Science, Technology, and Engineering; and Michael Cronin, Coordinator of Information Technology. Also attending were Board of Education members Kylen Anderson, Kim Bragg, and Mike McGovern, and Business Administrator Pamela Hinman.
The NJSBA Workshop is an annual gathering of school board members and district administrators from across the state to attend training sessions, informational seminars covering all aspects of education and running school districts.