Dr. Zega tells us about his new outstanding ideas for an amazing township

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Dr. Zega tells us about his new outstanding ideas for an amazing township

Dr.Zega and journalism students pose for a picture after an outstanding interview.

Dr.Zega and journalism students pose for a picture after an outstanding interview.

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Dr.Zega and journalism students pose for a picture after an outstanding interview.

Mr. Malmstrom

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Dr.Zega and journalism students pose for a picture after an outstanding interview.

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The superintendent of Woodbridge Township, Dr. Zega came to WMS for a “Superintendent Coffee Break” to meet with community members, parents, and faculty.  During the visit we had a chance to interview him about what’s going on in with Woodbridge’s 25 prestigious schools.

Zega first discussed the importance of fundraising to the district, and explained what his favorite fundraiser is. He explained that the district does not do districtwide fundraisers, only fundraisers for the individual schools. He said his favorite fundraiser is the Pocket Book Bingos because “you see the crowd, a bunch of people get prizes, and we raise a lot of money.”

Zega continued to discuss the future of WMS, especially in regards to the construction.  He said that he is “excited for the new gym without a pole in it because there won’t be as many accidents”. He said he is also excited about the new science labs because he used to be a science teacher!

Because of the many projects going on in Woodbridge, Zega was excited about the updates for the district.  He explained that Ross Street School is “getting a completely new school, and that’s right on schedule.”.

All superintendents face difficult decisions on a daily basis.  He explained what his favorite and least favorite decisions are, saying his least favorite first, “When I have to talk to young people who make bad decisions.” Zega ended on a positive note describing what his favorite decisions are, saying,  “My best decisions are usually about meeting kids and meeting people like yourselves. I think back to when I was a teacher.”

Thank you to Dr. Zega for the interview and to everyone who came to the Superintendent Coffee Break.

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