School district officials have announced the hiring of a pair of STEM instructors for Secaucus Middle School.
Marissa Capobianco and Antonia Ricciardi were chosen to work as instructors in science, technology, engineering and mathematics for the upcoming school year. Both come from The College of New Jersey’s Integrated Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics program.
According to a report in The Jersey Journal, Capobianco graduated with a 3.79 grade-point average and has taught in school in Hopewell Valley and Lawrenceville. Riccardi graduated with a 3.81 grade-point average and has worked in the Dayton, Trenton, Hamilton, and Pennington school districts.