Claudette GuyCSTANJ Central Chapter President



First, ***WELCOME*** to our new members. We are so excited you have joined our community of CS educators and we are very much looking forward to meeting you at our upcoming meetings.
Second, Central New Jersey meetings are held the first Wednesday of every other month, from 5:30 - 7:30. Most meetings are held at Rutgers, usually in the CoRe building, with an occasional meeting at an alternate location (last year we had a few meetings at Princeton University). Thank you to our local colleges for supplying the meeting locations!
- 5:30 - 6:00 catch up with our colleagues and eating pizza - 6:00 - 7:00 presentation, update on CS ed in New Jersey, announcements & shout outs - 7:00 - 7:30 questions and more socialization
Again, looking forward to seeing/meeting you in December,

Central Jersey chapters meetings will be held 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Rutgers on Wednesdays of every other month.

Schedule and Topics (more info to come!)

October 3rd -Making CS Interdisciplinary

December 5th - Teaching Cybersecurity

February 6th - CS Classroom Management

June 5th TBA

CSTA NJ-Central Chapter Leadership 2017-18:


  • Claudette Guy, Princeton High School, Princeton, NJ

Vice President

  • Dara Kirschenbaum-Perry, Jackson Memorial High School, Jackson, NJ


  • Suzanne Signorelli, Toms River High School East/North


  • Carolyn Segreto, Brick Township High School, Bri

Past President

  • Adam Michlin, Golda Och Academy, West Orange, NJ

University Liaison

  • Dan Leyzberg, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
  • Sejong Yoon, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ

K-8 Representative

  • Roseanna Misuraca, Edgar Middle School, Metuchen, NJ

CSTA Chapter Representative

  • Fran Trees, Rutgers University

October @ Central

Eve Balick

Regional Partnership Coordinator - NJ & PA

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Toms River Teachers present TR:Tech Ready


October Shout Out

Daryl Detrick Presented The GOOD NEWS

Governor Murphy announced Computer Science for All initiatives today at Steinert High School, Hamilton Township NJ.

Initiatives include:

-Grants for up to 45 high schools to add CS, totally $2 million

-new STEM office at NJDOE that will include CS education

-Forming of Computer Science Advisory Committee to make suggestions on standards and state CS action plan

-Governor Murphy is joining the national bipartician organization GovernorsForCS

Thank you to Governor Murphy, his staff and NJDOE.

Computer Science Education.

Good for our students.

Good for our state.