Monday, Jun 7, 2021
Adam Angelozzi's ’06 new appointment follows nearly a decade of service as principal of Manalapan High School
by Adam Grybowski
Dr. Adam Angelozzi ’06 was recently appointed the next superintendent of the Point Pleasant School District in New Jersey.
The district announced the appointment in a Twitter post on May 25. It is effective July 1.
Angelozzi had been serving as principal of Manalapan High School since the 2012-13 school year. He received a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from Rider's College of Education and Human Services, in addition to a Bachelor of Science in Physics (Secondary Education) from The College of New Jersey and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Rowan University.
Before becoming an administrator, Angelozzi was a teacher at New Egypt High School and Barnegat High School, where he designed and implemented new curricular programs for physics, chemistry and physical science. He has also served as a K-12 district science and technology supervisor for Barnegat Township Schools and as assistant principal at Freehold Township High School.
“First, I want to thank the Board of Education for providing me this opportunity,” Angelozzi said at the May 24 board meeting where his appointment was approved, according to a report in Patch. “I'm excited to get to know this community, this district, the staff and the students.”
The Point Pleasant Borough School District consists of two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. It provides educational services to about 2,800 students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
Angelozzi’s wife, Dayna, is a high school biology teacher. The couple has three girls, Kai, Brynn and Saige.