Steve Sandor


Steve Sandor

Steve has been working as a K-8 teacher Franklin, NJ since 2003. He is currently teaching 5th grade Language Arts through the lenses of social studies and science. From 2006 to 2011, Steve developed and implemented a school-wide cross-curricular Enrichment program for the district. His work with students in video production and photography led to several student projects that received recognition in the NJ State Teen Arts Festival. Steve also served as the school play director from 2003 to 2010.

Steve is currently studying History in William Paterson University’s Graduate program. He also holds an Ed.M in Supervision and Administration, and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Rutgers University in New Brunswick.

Steve’s love of history, culture, travel and exploration have lead him to travel across five continents, and included a year of teaching English in Taiwan in 1999.

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About Steve Sandor

Steve has been working as a vice principal at the BRICK Peshine Academy in Newark since 2015. His previous experience includes working as a teacher in Franklin, NJ for 12 years where he taught students in grades K to 8. Steve also developed and implemented a school-wide Enrichment program for the district and served as the school play director from 2003 Steve holds an Ed.M in Supervision and Administration, and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Rutgers University in New Brunswick. Steve's love of travel and exploration have lead him to travel across four continents. and included a year of teaching English in Taiwan in 1999.
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