Tony Trongone, Superintendent
Tony Trongone joined Pemberton Township Schools as superintendent in July, 2015. Before coming to Pemberton he served as superintendent of schools for Berlin Borough and Gibbsboro Public Schools, a post he held for five years. His previous experience includes serving as district supervisor of curriculum and instruction for Cherry Hill Public Schools, math facilitator for Gloucester City School District, and secondary mathematics teacher at Northern Burlington Regional High School in Columbus, NJ.
Trongone earned his master’s degree in Educational Administration from Wilmington University and his BA in Mathematics with honors from Rutgers University. He prescribes to the theory of “high challenge with high support,” believing all students can learn and it is the responsibility of educators to support students in reaching their fullest potential. He is committed to providing Pemberton students with a rigorous instructional program and multiple pathways to college and career readiness.
He is currently the New Jersey Commissioner of the Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission, a member of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators Legislative Committee, on the board of directors for the New Jersey Educational Services Commission, and has served as president-elect of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey. He has served on many NJDOE standards and assessment committees for mathematics. His other professional memberships include the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the National Staff Development Council and the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, among others.