Board of Education Vacancy
The Readington Township Board of Education is seeking a township resident to fill a seat that was recently vacated. Interested parties should send a letter of interest and resume to Jason Bohm, Business Administrator/Board Secretary, c/o Readington Township Board of Education, PO Box 807, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889. The letter should include qualifications and a brief description of interest in the position. The deadline for applications is Sunday, March 7, 2021. For more information, click here.
********************************The Readington Township Board of Education welcomes your correspondence to the email address listed below. Any email correspondence written to Board members directly at this email address may be reported out in public session. If you have a specific request, comment or concern, please feel free to email the appropriate department administrator for assistance. Contact information can be found under the "Our District" tab on the website.To email the board: Boardmembers@readington.k12.nj.usDr. Camille CercielloTerm ends: 2022
Chair of Finance & Facilities Committee. Hunterdon County ESC Representative.
Camille has worked in the field of education for over 30 years. She is the Director of two state-approved schools for classified students. Camille is responsible for all financial, educational and staffing decisions. She received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Rutgers University followed by a Masters degree in Educational Administration. Camille earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from Seton Hall University.
She has lived in Readington Township for 18 years with her partner and son who currently attends Readington Middle School.Anthony EmmonsTerm ends: 2022
Member of Personnel Committee, Policy/Communications Committee, and District Technology Committee. Garden State Coalition of Schools Trustee.
Inspired by his 9th-grade Geometry Teacher, Anthony chose to become a Teacher of Mathematics. After earning his BS in Mathematics Education from Montclair State in 2006, Anthony began his teaching career at South Plainfield High School. A lifelong learner, Anthony returned to Montclair State University, earned his MA in Educational Leadership in 2012, and has been a member of the Math Education Ph.D. program since 2015. Entering his 15th year in public education, Anthony currently serves the Randolph Township School District as High School STEM Supervisor.
Anthony and his wife currently have one child who, when of age, will attend Readington schools.
Term ends: 2024
Chair of Policy/Communications Committee. Member of District Technology Committee, and Green Committee. Home School Association Representative.
Elizabeth's professional experience is in non-profit fundraising and grant administration. Since moving to Readington in 2014, she has been an active community volunteer. She currently serves as Vice President of the Readington H.S.A. and coaches for Girls on the Run. She previously served as a Girl Scout Troop Leader, Co-President of the MOMS Club of Three Bridges, Chairwoman of the H.S.A. Fine and Performing Arts Committee, and ran in 2018 for a seat on Township Committee.
Elizabeth graduated from Rutgers University with a B.A. in Geography. Born in New Jersey, she moved after college to Cincinnati, OH, and then to Canton, MA, a suburb of Boston.
Elizabeth and her husband have three children who attend Readington Township Schools. She and her family enjoy running, hiking, cycling, cooking, reading, sewing, gardening, and making music together no matter how terrible it sounds.
Term ends: 2024
Board Vice-President. Chair of Education/Technology Committee. Member of Personnel Committee, Finance & Facilities Committee, and Negotiations Committee.
Carol Hample’s background is in Business, focusing on Project Management and Efficiency. Carol previously served as a volunteer for the Readington Home and School Association (HSA) for 8 years. She also volunteers as the Track Operator for Hunterdon County BMX located in Flemington.
Carol and her husband have three sons who attend school in Readington.
Term ends: 2024
Chair of Personnel Committee. Member of Education/Technology Committee, District Technology Committee, and Negotiations Committee. NJ School Boards Association Delegate.
Carolyn is retired from an IT career at Merck and AT&T. She holds a BS in Computer Science from Union College and a MS in Industrial Engineering from Rutgers. In her retirement, Carolyn volunteers with the Flemington Food Pantry as database administrator, programmer, and webmaster.
Carolyn and her husband were happily involved in the Readington schools and community sports teams while her, now grown, children were younger.
Term ends: 2022Laura SimonTerm ends: 2024Board President. Chair of Negotiations Committee. Member of Finance/Facilities Committee and Personnel Committee.
Laura is employed as an Executive Director. She is responsible for budgets, staff development and growth, and financial reporting. In addition, she develops advertising and marketing initiatives. Laura holds a BA in Public Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and an MBA from Drexel University.
The proud parents of two children, Laura, and her husband have been active members of the community. She has previously served on the township Environmental Commission.Thomas WallaceTerm Ends: 2024Member of Education/Technology Committee, Finance & Facilities Committee, District Technology Committee, and Green Committee. Home School Association Representative.Mr. Wallace recently retired from the Somerset County Sheriff's Office after 26 years in public service, the final 13 as a K9 handler of a human scent tracking Bloodhound. He has served his community as a volunteer firefighter/EMT, recreational soccer coach, and catechism teacher.
Mr. Wallace and his wife have two children, one currently enrolled in the Readington Township school district and one at Hunterdon Central Regional High School.Eric ZwerlingTerm ends: 2022Chair of the Green Committee. Member of Policy/Communications Committee.
Mr. Zwerling is Director of the Rutgers Noise Technical Assistance Center and President of a consulting firm. An avid gardener, he recently won Best in Show at the Allentown Fair.
He and his wife have raised two wonderful children through the Readington Schools and currently share their house with an equally wonderful Labrador.
Dr. Jonathan Hart, Superintendent
Jason Bohm, Business Administrator