Long Branch School District Superintendent and NCU Alumnus, Dr. Michael Salvatore, Recognized for Contributions to the Education Community by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
NCU Alumnus Dr. Michael Salvatore, PhD in Education – Instructional and Curriculum Leadership, received accolades last week from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and other local and state officials for his outstanding leadership abilities and for being an asset to New Jersey’s education community during a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new school that opened in the Long Branch School District.
Salvatore, who is Superintendent of the Long Branch Public School District, was among the governor and other state and local officials as well as students and staff for the opening ceremony of the George L. Catrambone School. The new 109,000 square-foot school was designed for grades K-5 and includes 41 classrooms, four special education classrooms, computer rooms, a gymnasium, media center, library, and more.
“The design of this school is futuristic with capabilities which will be relevant for decades,” —NCU Alumnus Dr. Michael Salvatore, PhD in Education
On behalf of the NCU community, we congratulate Dr. Salvatore and his colleagues on this remarkable achievement. To read more, check out the news article here.