Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Paula Valenti was hired Monday to replace Dr. David Verducci as the full-time schools chief in Glen Rock.
The new leader of the Glen Rock Public School District is set to take the helm on Monday, March 18, school board president Sheldon Hirschberg tells Patch. Paula Valenti was appointed the permanent superintendent on Monday. The current Emerson Jr./Sr. High School principal is scheduled to make $157,500 in salary annually. Kathleen Regan, the director of curriculum and instruction, will remain the acting superintendent until Valenti begins her first day.
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Raymond Albano will be stepping down on Feb. 8, he announced Monday night. Another interim superintendent could be on the horizon if a permanent replacement can not be found quickly.
Ray Albano's tenure as interim school's chief in Glen Rock will be ending after about eight months. Appointed to the district in late April after the sudden resignation of former Superintendent David Verducci, Albano will serve his last day on Feb. 8. Albano is leaving for family reasons, he told the board. Albano was not immediately available for comment Tuesday afternoon. "I thought he did a great job in Glen Rock," former school board president Rona McNabola told Patch. Albano has been an interim superintendent at a number of districts for more than a decade. He previously ran Old Tappan before retiring in 1995. The administrator has been working three-to-four days a week since his July start date, at $605 a day. He has not received …
Monday, April 30, 2012
Albano, the interim school chief of Hillsdale, takes over for David Verducci, who announced his retirement in March.
The Glen Rock Board of Education on Monday voted to appoint Raymond Albano as interim superintendent of schools after David Verducci announced his early retirement from the district in March. Albano will serve from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. He will be paid $605 per day for three or four days each week, Business Administrator Michael Rinderknecht said. "I've known Ray since I started in this business, and I've found the man to be one of the most ethical, decent human beings I've ever met," Verducci said. The school board voted unanimously in favor of hiring Albano. Albano is certainly familiar with the title of interim superintendent. Since retiring as the top schools chief of Old Tappan in 1995, he's been an interim superintendent 16 …
Friday, March 30, 2012
Glen Rock Gazette reports six months salary, unused vacation and sick days equals about $115,000 for retiring superintendent; a search for an interim superintendent is underway.
Departing Superintendent of Schools David Verducci will be receiving six months of salary as well as unused sick days and vacation time after he retires July 1, reports The Glen Rock Gazette. Verducci, scheduled to make $230,000 this year, announced in February he was retiring to spend more time with his family, and said he would not be taking another job despite speculation it was due to Christie's war against superintendent salaries. The Gazette reported Verducci is entitled to six months of salary for the two remaining years of his contract; the $115,000 sum will be budgeted in 2011-2012; and a search for an interim superintendent is underway with the help of a hired firm. Neighboring district Mahwah, hampered by the caps on …