Local governments and both Freehold school districts will hold their reorganization meetings between Jan.3 and Jan. 8.
Freehold Borough Board Of Education
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Meetings will take place within the first week of the New Year.
With the final meetings of 2012 taking place this week, local government and school elected officials are announcing their first meetings of the New Year. Reorganization meetings typically take place during the first week of the New Year. The reorganization meetings are where newly elected officials are sworn into office so they can officially begin their duties. In Freehold Borough, the council will hold its reorganization meeting on Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013 at 1 p.m. in the Freehold Borough Offices. At the Freehold Borough reorganization meeting, Ron Griffiths will be sworn into office, replacing former Councilman John Newman. Councilperson Sharon Shutzer will also be sworn in for another term on the council. The Freehold Borough Board of …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Reorganization meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 3.
The Freehold Borough Board of Education (BOE) is getting ready to hold their first ever January reorganization meeting. Each year, the BOE welcomes the winners of the BOE election to the board during their reorganization meeting. In past years, BOE elections took place in April, making the annual reorganization meeting occur during the summer months. Following a Jan. 23 meeting, a decision was made to move the BOE elections to November along with the general election to save the district money. “Regarding the movement of the election from April to November, the New Jersey State Board of Elections has said it appears that the districts can anticipate a cost savings by moving the election to November, where those not moving to November can …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
FRHSD, Freehold Township and Freehold Borough schools will announce whether or not schools will open tomorrow later tonight.
By 2 p.m. on Tuesday, a total of 1,770 Freehold residents were still without power. Power outages, fallen trees and down wires have caused schools in Freehold Borough and Freehold Township to close for over a week and made districts tap into their built-in snow days. On Monday, Nov. 5 the Freehold Borough Board of Education met and discussed the possibilities for the remainder of the week. While a decision was not made by the end of the meeting, the board stated that their goal is to open for the remainder of the week as full days if it is deemed safe for students and staff to do so. Some of the major factors discussed for opening schools included walking safety for students and commuting time for staff and students that may have been …
Monday, October 1, 2012
The following article is from a Q&A email interview with Paul Ceppi.
Question: What is your profession and professional title? Answer: I'm a Senior Community Development Officer with the NJ Economic Development Authority. My primary role at the EDA, is working with municipalities and developers on redevelopment efforts in distressed communities. Question: How long have you been a Freehold resident? Answer:14 years Question: Why do you want to be a member of the BOE? Answer: I'd like to contribute in a more "official" capacity. I participated in the 2011 Strategic Planning process and worked with the Communication’s Committee through the planning stages and recently began to contribute to the Finance Committee. Question: What strengths would you bring to the BOE? Answer: I have a fairly good understanding…
The following article is from a Q&A email interview with Maureen MacCutcheon.
Question: What is your profession and professional title? Answer: I am owner of Mac Graphic Services, LLC, based out of Freehold, a provider of large format environmental graphics. Question: How long have you been a Freehold resident? Answer: I have been a life-long Monmouth County resident and a Freehold resident for the past 19 years. Question: Why do you want to be a member of the BOE? Answer: I want to help be a voice for all involved in the eduction of our students within the community. To be able to provide feedback to the administration; to be able to provide clarity to the community on district initiatives being taken; and to overall be a part of sound decision making in support of our students' achievements, safety and welfare…
The following article is from a Q&A email interview with Susan Greitz.
Question: What is your profession and professional title? Answer: I've worked for Allen Consulting in Holmdel for the past six years as a Public Relations & Event Manager. Question: How long have you been a Freehold resident? Answer: I've lived in Freehold for 13 years. Question:Why do you want to be a member of the BOE? Answer: I have been actively involved in the district since my son started school there. I was part of the contingent of parents and educators that went to Trenton several years ago to demand more money for the district. I have held several PTO board positions and successfully chaired the annual basket raffle for three years. I volunteered on one of the district's Strategic Planning committees and on the BOE's Funding and …
The following article is from a Q&A email interview with Michael Lichardi.
Question: What is your profession and professional title? Answer: I am practicing as a Physician Associate specializing in Trauma Surgery and Critical Care Medicine. I'm a graduate of St. John's University Physician Associate Program 1983 followed by receipt of a Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery (DPM Degree) from NY College of Podiatric Medicine 1990. Was in private practice for several years but, returned to hospitalist medicine & surgery during the tumultuous period of health insurance change/reformation to managed care/HMO of the 1990's - that served as a major disincentive to continue as a private practitioner in podiatry due to restraint of trade policies that were in play at the inception of this insurance evolution. …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Contract awarded to the Freehold Learning Center will allow school’s kitchen to receive upgrades.
Things look like they will be heating up in the kitchen of the Freehold Learning Center. At the Freehold Borough Board of Education (BOE) meeting on Monday, the BOE awarded a contract to the Freehold Learning Center in the amount of $8,200 for kitchen upgrades. Freehold Borough BOE Business Administrator Patrick DeGeorge confirmed that the new upgrades at the Freehold Learning Center would allow food to be cooked in the school’s kitchen instead of it being brought in from other schools in the district. “The new upgrades are designed to make it a fully operational kitchen.” Equipment upgrades at the Freehold Learning Center include sinks, tables and cashier station.
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Greitz was elected to the Freehold Borough Board of Education in December of 2011.
Name : Ms. Susan M Greitz Date of birth : 21 August 1966 Place of residence : Freehold Boro Attended college : Yes College : New York University, Stern School of Business Degree : Bachelor of Science, Marketing Year of graduation : 1991 Job titles held : Public Relations & Event Manager Employers : Allen Consulting Party affiliation : Independent Running for a: Local office Running for position: Freehold Boro Board of Education Chamber/district: Incumbent: Yes First elected: 12 December 2011 Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : Freehold Boro Board of Education I have been an active volunteer within the school district for the past six years. Most recently, I served on the Strategic Planning committee in …