Phone: 856-652-2700 Ext. 1101
Degrees and Certifications:
Degrees • Ed.D., Gwynedd Mercy University • Ed.S., Seton Hall University • M.A., Villanova University • B.A., Rowan University Licensure/Certification: • School Administrator – NJ • Principal – NJ & PA • Supervisor of Instruction – NJ • Social Studies Teacher – NJ Honor Societies • Kappa Delta Pi • Pi Lambda Theta • Phi Alpha Theta
Dr. Monique Stowman-Burke
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Having started my career at Glassboro High School, it is with great excitement that I return to a district I consider my home.
During my eleven-year tenure at Glassboro, I taught history at both Glassboro High School and Glassboro Intermediate School. Some highlights of my time in Glassboro include being elected president of the Glassboro Education Association, receiving the coveted “Teacher of the Year Award”, serving as a class advisor for the Class of 2010, and last but not least, receiving the 2015 Gold Council of Excellence Award for community outreach.
In order to pursue my dream of becoming an administrator, I sadly had to say goodbye to Glassboro four years ago and took a position in another district. During the last four years, I served as both an assistant principal and a supervisor of instruction at Kingsway Regional High School. While at Kingsway, I oversaw the high school’s I&RS committee and was the founder of Kingsway’s Restorative Justice Program. Most notably, I led Kingsway’s School Climate Transformation Project (SCTP) with Dr. Stephen Bernardini of Rutgers University, and was an active member of the Equity Team; a partnership with Rowan University’s CASE Center to support faculty, students, and the community with the development of initiatives that will address local and regional issues of access and equity. Serving as an administrator for the Kingsway Regional School District is an experience I will forever be grateful for, but I am ready to once again call myself a Glassboro Bulldog.
Although I am very fortunate and proud of all that I’ve accomplished in my career, my greatest accomplishment by far is my family. My husband John and I have been blessed with two amazing children, Sophia and James. Watching them grow and become such unique individuals has been the most rewarding experience of all. Sophia soars on the soccer field and is a dedicated Honors student, while James excels at golf and has an imagination that will one day change the world.
Returning to Glassboro for this next phase of my career is truly an honor. I believe in the power of Glassboro and know that its strength is in its unity and diversity. Glassboro is a district rich in history and tradition, and one that’s full of passion and possibility. We are a district big on school pride and community, and as Principal of the Glassboro High School, I will work to keep that spirit alive, not only in my own building but throughout the community. Glassboro has heart and, although we are small, we are mighty. Our academics, extracurricular activities, and programs are top-notch, and I will work to showcase our strong points throughout the county and revive the intangible spirit of Glassboro.
Monique Stowman-Burke, Ed.D
Glassboro High School