Board Promotes District Official to Assistant Superintendent 

Grace White, whose career in Wyckoff’s schools began 37 years ago as a first-grade teacher, became the District’s Assistant Superintendent of Schools on July 1st.


The new title does not mean she’s giving up any of the responsibilities of her previous job, which was director of curriculum and instruction. “She’s doing everything she used to do plus she has additional responsibilities,” explains Interim Superintendent Jeff Feifer. “Grace was already meeting a lot of the responsibilities of an Assistant Superintendent for a long time. Now she has the gravitas and the support of the title to represent the District. We’re very lucky to have her here.”

Assistant Superintendent Grace White

In addition to her first role as a first-grade teacher, White has also taught fourth and fifth grade as well as language arts and social studies in the middle school. She was also an instructional coach before taking the job of curriculum director in 2016.


White is also a Wyckoff resident since 1994, raising three children with her husband Steve. Their two sons and a daughter, who are in their 20s, were all students in the Wyckoff system.


White thanks Dr. Feifer and the Board of Education for the promotion and says she is excited to have the opportunity to see the District from “new perspectives.” Dr. Feifer says having White as Assistant Superintendent will be especially helpful when a new Superintendent is hired and is transitioning into that office.


Posted by thomas.deloughry On 18 November, 2019 at 3:49 PM  

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