Tune in tonight! 6pm to watch the Board of Education vote to appoint Dr. Carol Kelly as the new PPS Superintendent, effective July 1.
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“I am honored to join PPS as your new superintendent,” said Dr. Kelley. “The district’s long legacy of academic excellence, deep commitment to helping all students find their own pathways to success, diverse student body, and core values of innovation in education are just a few of the reasons why this opportunity excites me. Also, the ability to move back to Central New Jersey to be near my family, friends, and colleagues feels like a dream come true. I am looking forward to meeting and partnering with the students, staff and families. Together, we will carry forward Princeton Public Schools’ vision.
Dr. Carol Kelley
Dr. Kelley is completing her sixth year as the Superintendent of Schools of the Oak Park Elementary School District 97, a preK-8 public school district located just outside of Chicago, Illinois. There, she has earned praise for advancing academic excellence and equity for all students, promoting evidence-based teaching practices, and developing measures of effectiveness.
Immediately preceding her current role, Dr. Kelley served as Superintendent of Schools in Branchburg Township, New Jersey, from 2012 to 2015. Dr. Kelley’s 27 years of service as an educator includes several other positions in New Jersey public schools, including Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Hunterdon Central Regional High School District in Flemington, Principal of Milltown Elementary School in Bridgewater, K-12 supervisor of mathematics in the Franklin Township Public Schools, assistant principal of Franklin Park Elementary School and Sampson G. Smith Middle School in Franklin Township, and teacher at the Smith Middle School.