Brian Betze to Succeed Kathie Foster as New Robbinsville Schools Superintendent
The Robbinsville School District announced today that Brian J. Betze has been selected to succeed Kathie Foster as the new superintendent of Robbinsville Public Schools effective July 1, 2020.
Mr. Betze grew up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and attended Washington and Jefferson College (Pa.), earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in education.
As an educator for more than 35 years, he started his career in education as a high school art, ceramics and photography teacher at Freedom High School in Bethlehem before moving to New Jersey. Mr. Betze first taught middle school art in Linwood in Atlantic County, coached a three-year undefeated soccer team and earned the distinction of “teacher of the year.” After earning his Master of Arts in Educational Supervision and Leadership from Rowan University, he then moved into the role of administration having served as the district’s Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction and Special Education.
Mr. Betze’s also served as principal of the Indian Mills Memorial School in Shamong and Carusi Middle School in Cherry Hill. Mr. Betze brings to Robbinsville over 15 years of experience as a superintendent, including stops in Berlin Township, Moorestown and, most recently, the Jamesburg school systems.
Mr. Betze also serves on the Board of Directors of the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey and on the leadership team of the Middlesex County Association of School Administrators.
As the new superintendent of the Robbinsville Public Schools, his goal is to collaborate with the teachers and staff to build on the district’s excellent reputation of providing the very best educational experiences for all the children of the district.