Degrees and Certifications:
Dr. Loretta Radulic
Dr. Loretta Radulic has served in an administrative role since 2003 and began her career in Roxbury in 2010 as the Humanities Supervisor 7-12. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Montclair State University and became certified as a Principal and School Administrator in 2010. She was appointed Assistant Superintendent in July 2012 and became the Superintendent of the Roxbury School District in January 2016. In 2021, she completed her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Her dissertation focused on resiliency in leadership.
Prior to working in Roxbury, Dr. Radulic’s enjoyed teaching at Kittatinny Regional High School as an English teacher and serving as the World Language Lead Teacher. It was there that she earned a Best Practice Award in 2000/2001 from the NJ State Department of Education for "Students Reaching Students through Reading". Her very first teaching position was a maternity leave in Kinnelon’s Pearl R. Miller Middle School. She also served in administrative positions in Vernon Township and Randolph. She relishes these experiences and believes that they prepared her well for the roles she’s held in Roxbury.
She believes in the importance of providing a comprehensive education that offers a wide array of opportunities to all learners so that they will find their passion and direction in life. Her favorite quote is from Emerson, “Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” She is passionate about education and proud to work with colleagues who share her passion and dedication to children of the Roxbury School District and who continue to “prepare the children of today for tomorrow”.
Twitter - @LorettaRadulic1