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Donna Stump

Curriculum Supervisor

Osbornville Elementary School

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Background Information

Employment History

Midstreams Elementary School


Director of Special Services

Brick Township Public Schools


Web References(9 Total References)


Osbornville Elementary School | Administration

www.brickschools.org [cached]

Donna Stump
dstump@brickschools.org Curriculum Supervisor


School "Daze" | The Liahona Project ... faith and direction

theliahonaproject.net [cached]

One recommendation of Donna Stump, director of special services for Brick Township Public Schools, is that parents "talk to their kids about 'what-ifs' - unexpected scenarios that might arise and cause upset or, worse, a meltdown.


www.westex.org

In addition, Donna Stump, director of special services in Brick Township, commended West Essex Middle School for their "Build-a-Bin" project, which sent a van full of bins of supplies and gift cards to hurricane victims in Brick and the difference these things made in the lives of the hurricane victims there.
"I am so very thankful to all of my friends at West Essex," Mrs. Stump told the auditorium full of students, teachers and heroes.


www.njsba.org

On Dec.15, Lisa Tamburri, assistant principal at the West Essex Middle School, brought a van filled with supplies and $1,375 in TD Bank gift cards to Donna Stump, special services director at Brick Township, to assist the families in need from the loss they have endured from Hurricane Sandy.
"I want to commend Donna Stump for her efforts and allowing our middle school students to experience helping others," said Tamburri.


Brick SEPTA Calendar

www.bricksepta.org [cached]

Speaker - Donna Stump, Brick Schools Director of Special Education


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