Monroe public schools celebrates promotions, retirements

MONROE, CT — Acting Superintendent of Schools Joseph Kobza announced new appointments during Monday night’s Board of Education meeting.

When Kobza was asked to leave his role as assistant superintendent to lead the district on a temporary basis following Jack Zamary’s paid suspension, one of the first calls he received was from Jockey Hollow Principal Jack Ceccolini, who offered to do anything he could to help. Read More