We are proud to announce Tara Weber, elementary supervisor with G. Harold Antrim Elementary School in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., as one of our newest Middle States Commissioners.
Weber began her career with G. Harold Antrim Elementary School in 1998 as a classroom teacher. In 2015, she was promoted to elementary supervisor where she makes recommendations on curricula and instructional materials and evaluates teacher performance. Weber earned her bachelor’s degree in education from Millersville University and her master’s degree in reading from Grand Canyon University.
As an accomplished school leader focusing on curriculum and teacher performance, Weber’s background strengthens Middle States’ mission. Her vision and understanding of both the classroom environment and the development of curriculum helps our members improve all aspects of their schools.
“I am pleased Tara has agreed to join Middle States as a commissioner,” said Lisa Marie McCauley, Ed.D., president of the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools. “She understands what it takes to ensure that teachers and schools are prepared to offer students the best education possible. We will look to Tara to lend us her expertise on many of the day-to-day issues facing schools.”
“The Middle States accreditation process supports school leaders and teachers as they work collaboratively to develop a comprehensive plan designed to help students achieve the best outcomes possible, I am pleased to be in a position to recognize schools for the important work that they do and to help ensure that all students succeed in school and life.”