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MOHS Alumnus to Become Middle School Principal

Matt Robinson, a graduate of Mount Olive High School’s Class of 2001, has been named as the new principal of Mount Olive Middle School, beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. He replaces the current principal, Susan Breton, who has been promoted to central office and will become the district’s director of curriculum and instruction. 

“I’m excited to become part of the Mount Olive School District,” Mr. Robinson said. “It’s a homecoming for me and an opportunity to give back to the district that prepared me for success in life. Teaching and learning are my passions, and to be able to work and grow with others in a leadership role here in Mount Olive is a humbling responsibility.”

Mr. Robinson is currently the superintendent at Stillwater Township School, a position he’s held since 2016. Prior to becoming superintendent, he served for two years as Stillwater’s assistant principal. He began his career teaching fifth grade social studies and English language arts in the South Orange-Maplewood school system and later became a content area specialist there.

The veteran educator officially begins his Mount Olive principalship on August 13. 

“As principal, I will work day in and day out to ensure that every student at Mount Olive Middle School is supported and is socially and emotionally ready to learn,” he said. “I can’t wait to begin. I’m looking forward to meeting everyone very soon.

Mr. Robinson holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Ramapo College and a master’s degree in educational leadership from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

He has two young daughters, one in kindergarten and one in preschool.

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