Hanover Park Regional Superintendent Set to Retire

By: Frank Cahill

Carol Grossi, superintendent of the Hanover Park Regional High School District has announced her retirement as of June 30.  In her statement which was sent to the Staff, Administration and the Board of Education, Ms. Grossi thanked her leadership team, support staff, faculty, students and parents for being dedicated and hard working to help shape the district as one of the top in the state.

Dr. Gerard Freda, Board President said, “We will all miss Carol, she was an incredible leader.  Her tenacity and ‘out of the box thinking’ was paramount in propelling our district to a top ranking one in the state. Her shoes will be hard
to fill, but I’m confident that her legacy has built a core foundation for our district and will help us lead it into the future and beyond”.

The Hanover Park Regional High School District includes both Hanover Park High in East Hanover and Whippany Park High School in Whippany.  The district includes the sending towns of East Hanover, Florham Park and Hanover Township.

She has been Superintendent of Schools for Hanover Park Regional High School district for eleven years and over 43 years of working in the education field.

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