Washington Township Board of Education Appoints Executive Assistant Principal

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – The Washington Township Board of Education approved its Washington Township High School’s 9/10 wing Executive Assistant Principal on Tuesday, November 24th.
Stephen C. Selby was selected for the position which was vacated by Ann Moore after her promotion to WTHS Executive Principal this past October. Selby moves into the role after spending five years as an assistant principal in the 9/10 wing. Additionally, the new 9/10 wing Executive Assistant Principle served as assistant principal at Chestnut Ridge Middle School from 2003 to 2010 after teaching physical education at WTHS for 22 years. During his time as a physical education teacher, Selby served as varsity boys basketball coach from 1990 to 2003.
Selby earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health and Physical Education from Glassboro State College in 1981 before pursuing a Masters of Arts in School Leadership in 2002 from Wilmington College. Selby’s resume also includes his principal, supervisor, and administrator certificates.
As Executive Assistant Principal, Selby will take on several responsibilities including conducting discipline conferences for students in grades 9 and 10; overseeing interviews and hiring to fill professional and non-certified staff positions; overseeing the overall daily operation of the 9/10 wing, including maintenance, custodial and security staff; ensuring supervision at dances and banquets; coordinating co-curricular activities; coordinating teaching and room assignments; overseeing supervision of the alternative school; coordinating observation and evaluation of staff; assisting with development of the Master Schedule; supervising and coordinating the 9/10 academic program; and assisting with the development and administration of the annual budget.
“I’m extremely happy that Mr. Selby is taking over as the 9-10 Executive Assistant Principal,” said Ann Moore, WTHS Executive Principal. “His many years of experience as a teacher, a middle school assistant principal, and a high school assistant principal have prepared him for this new challenge. He understands the needs of both middle school and high school students and he will be dedicated to helping our students transition successfully into high school.”
For more information about Washington Township High School visit their website at http://www.wtps.org/wths.

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