Did Neptune High School ‘Silence’ a Victim of Rape and Assault?June 30, 2023
NJ Public Charter Group Applauds Charter School Facilities Funding in Murphy’s BudgetJuly 5, 2023
Teachers and administrators can’t seem to get out of Asbury Park Public Schools fast enough. Here are the latest resignations:
Lisa Weinstock: Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction, Special Education
Weinstock, hired in January, lasted five months. She originally replaced Sharlene Pinto, who only lasted a year in this position. Weinstock allegedly left due to bullying by Bonnie Lau, Director of Student Services.
Dr. Anthony Rosania, Allied Health teacher:
Rosania lasted all of five weeks, hired in May to replace Sarita Gogan, who went to Neptune last fall because “she couldn’t take Asbury any more.” In the interval between Gogan’s departure and Rosania’s appointment there was a public outcry from students in the Allied Health program who had been working for years in order to graduate with a NHA Patient Care Technician License. Suddenly they had no teacher. “What’s wrong with you,” shouted one student. “This district has nothing for us.” In a quick about-face, Adams announced the program would continue, even though students had been without a teacher since December and in May the school board approved Rosania to replace Gogan, with the intention of renewing him for Fall 2023. Now he’s gone.
Kayleigh Wargo: School Counselor
So recently hired that her LinkedIn page says she works at Freehold Regional High School.
Geoffrey Hastings, Business Administrator and Board Secretary:
Hastings has been at Asbury Park School District since 2008 and was appointed Business Administrator in 2011. In 2021 he was making $174K so it wasn’t the money that drove him away. Reportedly he has made a lateral move to Ocean Township where he will be assume the same responsibilities–but without the liability.