Lakewood BOE Searching For Staff To Work In Nonpublic Schools

The Lakewood Board Of Education has notified TLS that they are now searching for staff to work in the nonpublic Schools. Positions include, Teachers, Paraprofessionals (Teacher’s Aid), Social Workers and Counselors.

If you are interested, send your resume to: Lakewood Board of Education, ATTN: Neva Musella, 1771 Madison Ave., Ste. B, Lakewood, NJ 08701 or via email to: [email protected].

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  1. Hopefully, the teachers will be required to be certified by the State. Will they teach only non-religious courses? Why this change? If we start paying for hundreds of additional teachers, our taxes will skyrocket.

  2. Isn’t this what we all wanted? That the non-public students should be part of the public school system? We were so upset that the we’re paying for their bussing, I guess now we will have to pay for their bussing AND their education!!

    Just kidding. Calm down guys. This is for special ed programs that are paid for by federal and state funds that are allocated to go to private school students. The taxpayers of Lakewood don’t pay for this. The American taxpayer pays for this, just as the American taxpayers pay for these programs for all of America’s children (including illegal aliens, by the way.)

  3. I would love if all English teachers were paid for by the BOE so long the kids pass their state testing exams. This gives the students the right to choose the school of choice for education.

  4. So you are saying the schools need teachers that can teach. After reading your comment you need a proof reader. If the public school teachers are so good,why doesn’t the board so to it that they have as good of salarys as the other schools around here? The public school teachers are very good and deserve to be reconized for their hard work.

  5. Please someone explain this to me? What is going on now are we the tax payers also now going to pay for non public school teachers? What is the difference between Private schools and non publlic schools?
    HELP me understand!!

  6. Can you please provide the details of the teacher position. What will the hours be? What types of classes will be taught? Will it be only English subjects or also Hebrew subjects? Please communicate with the public in a specific manner.

  7. Clarification . These are federally funded programs that have been providing special ed teachers in a limited fashion to all schools both public and non public . This has been going on for many years and nothing is changing . What is changing is the following ; Until recently these programs were only allowed to go through one vendor . Recentky the BOard allowed some more vendors which lowered the price as the competion forced the original vendor to lower prices of their profit and markup . Now the Board wants to lower prices even more ,by allowing schools to get these same teachers without the profit and markups of an outside vendor . The monies coming from the Federal Gov remains . the same . The only difference is that the lower the cost ,the more hours of special ed teaching time will be available for the students . The Federal Gov gives the money to the State to distribute to each school district to be used for special ed kids . The BOE just decides which way is most efficient to administer the program . The BOE has absolutely no say in how much money the District gets for thse programs as that is regulated by Federal and State law .

    This means absolutely no change to the taxpayers . The local taxpayers never funded these programs and the amounts of funding are staying the same . It is just an effort by the BOE to lower the costs of the program and get more teaching hours for the special ed kids .

  8. folks, The non public schools run independent of the public schools. This means all non public schools including Holy Cross as an example. The BOE is here to help any child or any non profit private school if asked in any way legally permissable. Once n foreall when are you going to wake up and say “it’s about the children” The future of America.
    I have closely watched this BOE since April of this year and will tell you my opinion. They have come together for all of Lakewood. Programs that were introduced to the public school students, the new principles and teachers is what Lakewood lacked. The teachers, which I am one of is very happy we now have a contract in place and a superintendent who actually listens.
    My hats off to the public who made this happen

  9. Thank you #10 for answering the question. It makes me feel a tad better about everything. When you don’t understand something it is better to ask for help from someone that is knowledgable.

  10. The union has had a firm contract for well over a month. I know prior to the end of school year, the union has meetings with the teachers in the highschool. It was the same day as the high school graduation. I attended. I hope it will be presented for membership ratification when school reopens.

  11. Thank you BOE.

    Keep the improvements coming. Thank you for providing more effective and meaningful ways of conducting business, and providing services.

    We need to squeeze every dollar to insure that we are using funding in the most efficient and useful purpose.

    One suggestion is that your press releases need more background information and explanation up front.

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