Dr. Frank Alfano started on March 2nd as the Interim Superintendent of Schools of the West Long Branch School District. He will hold this position until the Board of Education selects a new permanent Superintendent. He has been in education for over 40 years, serving 18 years as a superintendent in three separate school districts, 4 years as an assistant superintendent, central office administrator, 7 years as a principal, vice principal and 10 years as an elementary, middle, and high school teacher and coach.
He will serve on the Monmouth County Superintendents’ Roundtable. Dr. Alfano also serves as an adjunct professor at Saint Peter’s University since 2005. He brings a wealth of practical administrative, business and personnel experience from his years in education. He was selected as the Middlesex County Superintendent of Schools in 2014.
Dr. Alfano holds a Doctorate in Administration and Supervision from Fordham University and has also earned two MAs from William Paterson University and New Jersey City University. He earned his BA in Political Science and Education from William Paterson University.
Finally, please know he is very committed to the West Long Branch students, parents and community. He has an “open door’ policy for any questions or concerns you may have regarding the school district. STUDENTS FIRST!!