ARDSLEY, N.Y. -- Jennifer Goldenberg is the new assistant principal of Ardsley Middle School.
The Ardsley Board of Education appointed Goldenberg, who will take over on July 1. Goldenberg replaces current Assistant Principal Stuart Horlacher, who will be taking over as principal at the end of the school year.
Goldenberg comes to the district from New York City where she has worked as a literacy coach, a success for all coach and teacher since 2007. She also taught at the Dalton School in New York City and has been the director of the Scarsdale Day Camp for the last ten years.
“I am very excited that Jennifer will be joining our team,” said Horlacher. “She has proven background and expertise in the areas we value the most – a dedication to educating the whole child, a commitment to academic excellence, and an enthusiasm for a positive school culture and strong partnership between students, parents, and teachers.”
Goldenberg was born and raised in Edgemont, attended Edgemont High School and currently lives in Manhattan with her husband.
“I grew up five minutes away from Ardsley Middle School and I always wanted to return home. I understand the community and the high expectations set for all students. After meeting with administrators, parents, faculty, and staff, and sensing the collaborative culture, I knew this was a district I wanted to be a part of and I am thrilled to join the team,” said Goldenberg.