Diveny Named NJ Governor Educator Of The Year

Warren Hills Regional recently participated in the New Jersey Governor’s Educator of the Year (GEOY)/Educational Services Professional Program. This award program provides the school with the opportunity to affirm the good work of its professional staff by selecting and honoring exemplary educators from each school.

Students and staff members nominated an outstanding classroom teacher and/or educational services professional from each school for this recognition program.

The 2017-2018 Governor’s Educator of the Year (GEOY) award recipient from the Warren Hills Regional Middle School District is Fine Arts teacher Dan Diveny, middle in photo. He is flanked by Earl C. Clymer, III, Superintendent; Lee Turkowski, Principal; Diveny, Dawn A. Moore, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction; and Amanda Brown, Supervisor. 

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