Phone: 856-652-7200 ext 6306


Degrees and Certifications:

BA General and Special Education, LaSalle University MA Reading Instruction, Rowan University EdS Education Leadership, Management, & Policy, Seton Hall University

Mrs. Susan Kornicki

Mrs. Kornicki began her teaching career in Glassboro in 1990. She spent 27 wonderful years as a classroom teacher at the Thomas E. Bowe School.  Since 2016, Mrs. Kornicki has been working as a Technology Coordinator and Coach, preparing Professional Development opportunities that combine digital resources with excellent pedagogy.  In 2020, Mrs. Kornicki became Supervisor of Educational Technology and Visual & Performing Arts and World Language.  She loves working with teachers and students to employ meaningful tech to make learning fun and engaging!

Growing up in Philadelphia, Mrs. Kornicki enjoyed performing as a dancer, singer, and stage actor in school plays. She loves being a part of the Visual and Performing Arts programs at GPSD.

These days, Mrs. K. supports her own two children in their academic and musical pursuits.  Her daughter, Jenna, works in Manhattan as an Environmental Engineer, plays flute in a NY marching band and wind ensemble, and is a student at Seton Hall University Law School. Her son, Jack, is a University of Notre Dame student studying Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. He plays saxophone in the Marching Band of the Fighting Irish.  

Mrs. Kornicki loves to travel with her husband, especially to visit her kids or explore a new city.  She is also a devoted dog-mom to her German Shepherds, Benny and Franklin.


Please visit the GPSD EdTech Teacher Hub for help with Schoology, Seesaw, ClearTouch, or to learn more about the ISTE Standards and the SAMR Model of Technology Infusion.


Last Modified on August 30, 2023