At the May 12th Board Of Education (BOE) meeting, the Board unanimously approved to appoint Donna Glomb as the new principal for Sherman School to replace Mrs. Mary Christensen who will be retiring in June at the end of this school year. Mrs. Glomb was selected from a group of over 80 applications that were submitted from both in and outside the school district.
Mrs. Glomb was previously a teacher in Roselle Park until 2006 when she left to pursue her career in Administration. She has worked in the Keansburg School District for nine years as an administrator in the positions of elementary Vice Principal, Principal, and currently Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction. She received her undergraduate degree in Education and Psychology from William Paterson College – now University – in 1992. She taught 5th, 6th, and 1st grade for 12 years before receiving her Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Monmouth University in 2005.
With expertise in literacy instruction as well as having been part of various initiatives that helped raise student achievement, Mrs. Glomb stated that she will be bringing that wealth of knowledge and experiences to the district to enhance the education of the children under her care.
Donna Glomb is married to popular Roselle Park Middle School teacher Robert Glomb.
“The five and a half years I spent in Roselle Park as a first grade teacher were very rewarding to me,” said Mrs. Glomb when reached for, “To be given the opportunity to return and serve this great community once more as the Principal of Sherman School is an honor.