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This profile was last updated on 4/13/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Employment History

  • Winner
    Randolph Middle School , Randolph
  • Teacher
    Randolph Middle School


  • University of Florida
Web References
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Student Prizes and Awards, 13 April 2006 [cached]
Winner: Dale Baumwoll, Randolph Middle School, Randolph
Randolph middle school teacher Dale ..., 18 Sept 2008 [cached]
Randolph middle school teacher Dale Baumwoll has written a second book: 'You Can Make A Difference, Maddie Morrison.' Baumwoll is a New Jersey History Teacher of the Year recipient.
Covers of Dale Baumwoll's novels include the main character's name, Maddie Morrison.
Baumwoll, a teacher, likes to impart themes on children, including taking control of their lives and overcoming obstacles.
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Dale Baumwoll's site, with information on her books
Dale Baumwoll, an author and a social studies teacher at Randolph Middle School, earlier this summer released her second title, "You Can Make a Difference, Maddie Morrison" (Neal Morgan Publishing).
"She is a 12-year-old girl who is dealing with the struggles of adolescence and fitting in, and acceptance," Baumwoll, 51, a township resident, said during an interview Monday.
"Most everything that happens to her is the stuff that happens to middle school boys and girls," Baumwoll said."And it shows how she comes through it and becomes a very well-rounded person."
Baumwoll, a New Jersey History Teacher of the Year recipient who's worked in the district for 15 years, not only incorporates life lessons into her 122-page tome, but into the very subject she teaches.
Baumwoll's 2006 debut novel, "There's No Room for You, Maddie Morrison" was well received by children and even led to a few speaking engagements at other New Jersey schools.
Dineen Seeley, the principal of the Livingston Avenue School in Cranford, said Baumwoll was the featured speaker for the school book club's culminating event last spring.
Baumwoll also spoke of the writing and editing process, something Seeley said was also a focus of the book club.
Baumwoll showed the 40 students a completed excerpt from the first book as well as an original copy so the children could see editors' suggestions and tips about how to rewrite.
Baumwoll said there are a few themes she likes to impart to children, including taking control of their lives and overcoming obstacles.
The first book dealt with children fitting in with the popular crowd at school, and that while such groups might be appealing, there are several others for students who aren't accepted by them.She said she hopes children will glean what it's like to be a good friend and also realize that school has relevance in their lives.
"It's (also) about realizing that your parents really do know what they're talking about when they give you advice," Baumwoll said.
Dale Baumwoll, a reading and ..., 17 Sept 2008 [cached]
Dale Baumwoll, a reading and American history teacher at Randolph Middle School since 1994, has written two books for kids, "There's No room for You, Maddie Morrison" and "You Can Make a Difference, Maddie Morrison."
Baumwoll inspires as teacher and author
Dale Baumwoll, author of "There's No Room for You, Maddie Morrison" and her newest book, "You Can Make A Difference, Maddie Morrison," knows kids.
Throughout her years as a teacher and as a parent, Baumwoll has watched kids struggle with social issues in middle school.She has used her passion for kids and teaching to write books that help them learn about social acceptance and fitting in on their own, as they see another kid their age go through the same experience.
"My characters are average 12-year-olds," says Baumwoll, just like her students.
"My students are very excited about the books I've written," Baumwoll says.
Baumwoll received the 2007 New Jersey History Teacher of the Year Award, presented by the Gilder Lehrman Institute and the New Jersey Department of Education.She has also received the Morris County Teacher of the Year Award for her character-development program.In October, she will present at the 2008 National Middle School Convention in Denver.She grew up in Nanuet, N.Y., and graduated from the University of Florida.She has two grown children who grew up and attended Randolph public schools.Her Web site is
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Randolph teacher Dale ..., 18 Sept 2008 [cached]
Randolph teacher Dale Baumwoll released her second children's novel, "You Can Make a Difference, Maddie Morrison."Read More
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