Degrees and Certifications:
CENTENARY COLLEGE – Hackettstown, New Jersey Degree: MA in Education: Educational Leadership Certification: Principal NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY - Jersey City, New Jersey Certification: Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction M.A.T.L., NOVA, SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY - GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES Degree: Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning Ed.M., RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION - New Brunswick, New Jersey Degree: Master of Education Certification: Reading Specialist Member of Kappa Delta Pi B.A., RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY, LIVINGSTON COLLEGE - New Brunswick, New Jersey Certification: Early Childhood and Elementary Education (N-8) Member of Golden Key National Honor Society, 1994
Mrs. Danielle Lynch
2011- Current: Principal, Nixon School - Roxbury Public Schools
2005 - 2011: Supervisor, Roxbury Public Schools
2003- 2005: Director of Community Relations & Community School, Roxbury Public Schools
1999 - 2006: Staff Development Provider, Four Corners Workshops
1995 - 2003: Teacher, Bernards Public Schools
1998 - 2001: Grade Level Leader, Bernards Public Schools
2000 - 2001: Contributing Author, Rutgers University: Graduate School of Education - Dr. Lesley Morrow
1995 - 2003: Summer Camp Teacher / Enrichment Instructor, Roxbury Community School - Roxbury Public Schools
1993 - 1994: Research Assistant, Rutgers University: Graduate School of Education - Dr. Lesley Morrow
As an educational leader, I strive to foster the development of an educational community that is inquisitive, responsive, and innovative, so that students experience an education that prepares them to be builders of the future.
In order to accomplish this, I believe a strong emphasis needs to be placed on the intangibles: vision, relationships, communication, and the core beliefs and values of our district. It is these intangibles that create the foundation of our work. Work that focused on fostering the academic, social, emotional, and physical growth of all students.
I believe that I am here to serve students, parents/guardians, staff, administration and the community at large. It is through this service and the desire to work with others that I see my personal vision becoming a reality - to build a better and brighter tomorrow, so that the students in my care receive every opportunity that they are rightfully deserving.
Who I Am:
In addition to being the proud Principal of Nixon Elementary School, my husband and I are the proud parents of two amazing children. I also have two very special fur babies. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, being my children's biggest cheerleader on the sidelines and volunteering for their teams/causes, baking, going on walks, adventuring, taking pictures, and organizing any and everything.