Montgomery Township School District

Office of Instructional Services

At the heart of all the efforts of the Office of Assessment, Curriculum and Assessment is the vision of the school district to see "every child thriving scholastically, physically, socially and emotionally," a phrase taken from Goal 2 of the Strategic Plan that the Montgomery Township School Board recently approved.

 

The vision, mission and goals of the Office of Assessment, Curriculum, and Instruction are realized through the efforts of many people, including the following:
 

Mrs. Nancy Gartenberg Superintendent of Schools
Mrs. Deborah Sarmir

Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

dsarmir@mtsd.us
Ms. Fiona Borland Director of Technology 
 
Director of Curriculum

Mrs. Erin Peacock
Director of Assessment and Accountability
epeacock@mtsd.us
Mrs. Lucianne Smith
Executive Secretary to the Assistant Superintendent
lsmith@mtsd.us

 

We are best contacted by email. Should you need to speak with one of us, either by phone or in person, please call 609-466-7601, ext. 7019.
 

Our work of providing the best possible learning opportunities for your children is very important to us. We would be happy to hear from you and look forward to working together with you and the dedicated staff of the Montgomery Township Schools to make this happen.

 
We are here to:

Promote Professional Learning

· Promote a culture of professional learning and growth

· Facilitate opportunities for teachers to enhance knowledge and skills to help students learn

· Model effective instruction

Contribute to Staff Reflection and Evaluation

· Provide data, feedback, guidance and support to teachers regarding their instructional practice and assessment to improve learning for children

· Enhance assessment literacy of all staff

Provide Curriculum Leadership

· Maintain a curriculum that is responsive to the needs of all learners

· Design and implement the highest caliber programs, curricula, and assessments to guarantee successful, culturally prepared, and self-directed learners.

Serve as District Ambassadors

· Facilitate communication among all stakeholders regarding programs

· Operationalize the district vision for Assessment, Curriculum and Instruction

· Support other administrators in their roles as instructional leaders

 

Last Modified on July 14, 2014
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