Roxbury Public Schools Appoints New Middle School Principal
ROXBURY — Roxbury Public Schools has appointed Mr. Dominick Miller as its new principal for Eisenhower Middle School, which serves 7th and 8th grade students.
“Mr. Miller has shown his commitment to Roxbury over the years and we are proud to continue his tenure in this new leadership role,” said Loretta Radulic, Assistant Superintendent for Roxbury Public Schools.
Miller has worked in the district for the past seven years as an Assistant Principal at Roxbury High School, Extended School Year Principal and Lead Social Studies Teacher at Eisenhower. He has 14 years of experience as an educator.
“Roxbury is a great community with outstanding staff and students that I care about,” said Miller. “Working in this district is like being with family. I look forward to strengthening my ties to the middle school as principal and developing continuity and consistency for students preparing for the next stage of their life.”
Miller holds a Master of Arts degree in Education Administration from Grand Canyon University and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Letters degree from Drew University. He earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Before joining Roxbury, Miller was a social studies teacher at Briarcliff Middle School, Wildwood High School, Lakeside Middle School. He also has significant school coaching experience in football, basketball and baseball sports programs at EMS and RHS, as well as Dover, Morris Catholic, and Sparta.
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