Susy Golderer: Board Needs Better Communication
Northvail School PTA President wants to ensure that students are 'valued,' 'respected.'
Name: Susy Golderer
Neighborhood: Vail Road, Parsippany
Occupation: Over 24 years of business experience: Customer Service and Human Resource
Civic Involvement: Northvail PTA 2nd Vice President and chair of various committees within the PTA; County Committee District 21 representative; Member of Society for Human Resource Management; Member of National Notary Association
What Parsippany Students Need Most: To be treated with respect and valued enough to put them first above all.
What the BOE Needs Most: Communication and Respect for the position they were entrusted with. I believe that the function of the board is not to run the schools, but to see that they are run effectively
District Strengths: A lot of great teachers who truly care about the children. Families that are involved and concerned with their children's education. Residents have pride in their town.
What Needs Improvement: Fiscal responsibility and public trustworthiness.
Leroy Seitz Contract: I am not in agreement with this contract. Taxpayer money has been unnecessarily spent on matters other than our children’s education. Whatever happens to Dr. Seitz and his contract, I see this as a very expensive lesson in how not to use taxpayer money and make sure that we act with more fiscal discipline and use our resources wisely.