550 Barnegat Blvd. North | Barnegat, NJ 08005

Phone: (609) 660-7510 | Fax: (609) 698-5708

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Mrs. Colette Bach
Mrs. Bach joined the Barnegat Township School District in 2007. She currently serves as the Curriculum Supervisory Assistant. Prior to working in the district, Mrs. Bach served as a legal secretary in New York City. She earned her Associates Degree from Kingsborough Community College.
 
 
Mr. Jim Barbiere (effective 5/19/14)
Mr. Barbiere joined the Barnegat Township School District in 2014. He currently serves as the 6-12 District Supervisor of Language Arts and Social Studies. Mr. Barbiere also provides curricular leadership in other departments within the district. Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Barbiere was a Teacher of Social Studies for Rumson-Fair Haven Regional HS. He earned his MA in Educational Leadership, Management, and Policy from Seton Hall University and his BA in American History from The College of New Jersey. Mr. Barbiere also worked as a Teacher of English at the Beijing Chinese Business Institute in Beijing, China and the Johann Wolfgang von Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany.
 
 
Mr. Adam Lindstrom
Mr.Lindstrom joined the Barnegat Township School District in 2013.  He currently serves as the District Supervisor of Elementary Education (K-5).  Prior to working in the district, Mr.Lindstrom taught sixth and seventh grade sciences in the Marlboro Township School District, and served as an Interim Vice Principal at the Marlboro Memorial Middle School.  Mr. Lindstrom earned his Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Monmouth University in December 2010.  Additionally, Mr.Lindstrom holds a BA in Environmental Studies from the Richard Stockton Collegeof NJ and has worked as an environmental specialist for the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, and other organizations, before he began his career in education.
 
Mrs. Joanne Long
Mrs. Long joined the Barnegat Township School District in 2013. She currently serves as the 6-12 District Supervisor of Mathematics and Science. Mrs. Long also provides curricular leadership in other departments within the district. Prior to her current assignment, Mrs. Long was the Middle School/High School Science Supervisor for the Franklin Township School District. Before becoming an administrator, Mrs. Long taught high school level chemistry and biology. She earned her BS in Biology and Post Graduate Certification of Education at the University of Manchester (England). She also holds an MA in Science Education from Acadia University. In 2010 Mrs. Long received her administrative certifications through the NJ Excel program. During her teaching career, she was named a Biology editor for a nationwide project (which subsequently published four volumes of high school science texts for Biology and Chemistry).
 
Mr. Anthony Scotto
Mr. Scotto joined the Barnegat Township School District in 2011. He currently serves as the K-12 Director of Curriculum and Instruction. Prior to working in the district, Mr. Scotto was the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Tri-District of Atlantic Highlands/Highlands/Henry Hudson Regional. Before Mr. Scotto became an administrator nine years ago, he was a classroom teacher for ten years. He earned his MA in Administration/Curriculum Planning/Supervision from Georgian Court University and his BA in Elementary Education/American Studies from St. Peter's College (University). Mr. Scotto continues to assume curricular leadership roles with the New Jersey Association for Supervision/Curriculum Development and the Foundation for Educational Administration.
 
 
Mrs. Barbara Stanziano
Mrs. Stanziano joined the Barnegat Township School District in 1997. She currently serves as the Administrative Assistant to the Director of Curriculum and Instruction. Prior to her current assignment, Mrs. Stanziano was an office secretary in one of the district's elementary schools and other departments within Central Office. She has also worked for various companies in New York City. Mrs. Stanziano has continued her professional growth by taking numerous after-school technology workshops.