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Mayor’s Advocacy Committee for Education and Woodbridge Business Leaders Participate in “Principal for a Day” Program at Township Schools on Thursday, Oct. 20

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The Woodbridge Township Mayor’s Advocacy Committee for Education (MAC-E), the Woodbridge Township School District and area business leaders will participate in the “Principal for a Day” program as part of American Education Week. “Principal for a Day” is a unique opportunity for Township business leaders to interact with Township students, principals and education officials throughout the Woodbridge School system, and to obtain a behind-the-scenes look at the quality of schools and caliber of education in Woodbridge Township. The “Principal for a Day” program also allows educators and school administrators to better understand the types of skills being sought by area employers, latest industry trends, and how to better prepare Township students for future success in area businesses.

Mayor McCormac and Superintendent Dr. John A. Crowe will kick-off “Principal for a Day” at Kennedy Park School #24 at 150 Goodrich Street in Iselin at 8:30 a.m. by greeting the “Principal for a Day,” teachers and students.









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