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    Dr. Scott Cascone is an educational leader with more than two decades of experience as a teacher, athletic coach, building, and central office administrator. He possesses various instructional certifications, Spanish fluency, and tenures in private, public and international education in elementary, middle, secondary, and K-12 contexts, and is a proven leader in diverse educational settings and capacities. In addition to serving in “line” positions as a principal and assistant principal, he has designed and conducted extensive district staff development in the areas of instructional design, assessment, English Language Learners, professional learning communities, and teacher observation and evaluation. Dr. Cascone has extensive experiences with federal and state audits and programs including the Civil Rights Data Collection, NJQSAC, NJSMID and NCLB grants providing in depth knowledge of the domains of personnel and school governance.

    Communication • Stability • Experience • Bilingual


    EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIPCascone-Ed-Experience

    8 Years Central Office Administration

    Executive Director of Academics Old Bridge Township Schools
    Oversee all matters relating to curriculum, instruction and assessment for this large suburban district of 16 schools, 9000 students and 900 certificated staff

    Director of Personnel Westwood Regional School District
    Suburban K-12 district of 4 elementary schools, a middle school and Jr./Sr. High School serving 2800 students 

    6 Years Building Administration

    Assistant Principal at Morris Hills Regional High School, 3 years as a High School Principal in Westwood as well as an Interim Elementary School Principal

    5 Years Department Supervision

    Social Studies, World Languages, and ESL


     DR. CASCONE'S PUBLICATIONSCascone-Pubs

    Parental Perceptions of a Summer ESL Parent Institute: A Retrospective Case Study
    (SHU Dissertation, 2012) 

    Unlocking the Potential of the School Improvement Panel: From Compliance to Best Practice
    (NJPSA Educational Viewpoints, 2016) 

    Technological Confusion or Infusion: An Effective and Sustainable Procedural Framework
    (NJPSA, Educational Viewpoints, 2018) 

    Systems-Based Approach to Student Performance Data
    (NJPSA, Educational Viewpoints, 2019) 

    Regular Educational Contributor on LinkedIn with over 5000 followers


    CONTACT DR. CASCONE

    📞 973-669-5400
    ✉️scascone@westorangeschools.org

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Last Modified on July 10, 2019