Jeffrey Moore, Ed.D. has been appointed Superintendent of Hunterdon Central Regional High School, effective July 1, 2017.
Dr. Moore comes to Hunterdon Central after serving ten years as a central office administrator with the Freehold Regional High School District, the state's largest high school district with almost 10,500 students in six high schools. During his 22 years in education, he has served as a director of curriculum and instruction, a strategic planning coordinator and consultant, a technology supervisor, an assessment coordinator, a high school social studies teacher, and more.
A recognized innovator, Dr. Moore has presented at state and national conferences on curriculum design, data-driven decision-making, strategic planning, and educational technology. He holds a master's degree and a doctorate in educational administration and supervision from the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University.
Please click on the photo to view dr. Moore's 2018 Welcome Message to Students.
The following posts have appeared on Dr. Moore's Blog on Medium:
September 4, 2018
Dr. Moore has shared his 2018 Back to School Letter to Parents on his blog on Medium. It's been a very busy, productive summer and we're ready for a new school year at Central!
June 26, 2018:
Dr. Moore has shared some thoughts and reflections on the school year that's just ended, and the school year that's right around the corner. Wishing you and yours a safe, restful summer!
February 20, 2018:
Dr. Moore has published some thoughts on security, safety, and hope on his blog. The post not only describes some of the specific steps that we take at Hunterdon Central, but also shares his thoughts on some framing for the discussion of school safety.
December 20, 2017:
We have assembled a list of online tools and resources on suicide and traumatic loss that may be helpful to our parents/guardians, including hotlines and other supports for immediate assistance. We will continue to add more resources to this list and encourage you to check it regularly, if you feel it would be beneficial to you and your family. To view the resource page, please visit:
Information & Tools for Parents on Suicide & Traumatic Loss
Previous Postings on Dr. Moore's Blog:
November 20: Opening moves, foundational questions ...