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This profile was last updated on 4/8/05  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Gene Paradiso

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New Jersey Highlands News Service
www.njhighlandsnews.com, 8 April 2005 [cached]
Two incumbent members, board President James Eichvalds and Eugene Paradiso, who are running as a ticket with a newcomer, Thomas Morgan, vigorously defended their records against scathing criticism delivered in what had the perception of being an almost friendly exchange.
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Eichvalds and Paradiso withstood the critical onslaught philosophically.
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Paradiso stated that the local children absolutely held their own well in Roxbury High School when they left the elementary school here and even stood out. He said the schools were much improved since he took office 10 years ago. There's a much stronger team effort on the present board, he said, and we have a strong education plan.
He challenged charges that there was waste in board spending calling himself a "cheap skate" and a "committed education advocate."
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Paradiso is a life long resident and has been married to his wife, Marilyn for 19 years. Their two children attend Roxbury High School. He has been involved in various community service in Mount Arlington for 30 years, one of the recreation basketball founders, a member and chairman of the Zoning Board, and member and secretary of the Juvenile Conference Council, a borough councilman and has served on the Board of Education since 1993. He was an original trustee of the Mt. Arlington Foundation, a community based charitable organization.
On the Board he has served on the Finance, personnel, curriculum, policy, negotiations and technology committees. He also has served as the Roxbury High School board liaison and pursued improvements in send/receive relationship.
He developed software to analyze teacher salaries, and refurbished donated computers for use in the classrooms and created the school's first music technology program.
Two incumbent members, board President ...
www.njhighlandsnews.com, 8 April 2005 [cached]
Two incumbent members, board President James Eichvalds and Eugene Paradiso, who are running as a ticket with a newcomer, Thomas Morgan, vigorously defended their records against scathing criticism delivered in what had the perception of being an almost friendly exchange.
...
Eichvalds and Paradiso withstood the critical onslaught philosophically.
...
Paradiso stated that the local children absolutely held their own well in Roxbury High School when they left the elementary school here and even stood out.He said the schools were much improved since he took office 10 years ago.There's a much stronger team effort on the present board, he said, and we have a strong education plan.
He challenged charges that there was waste in board spending calling himself a "cheap skate" and a "committed education advocate."
When you talk about money going to students it should be remembered when money goes to teachers it is going to the children because the teachers teach the children.
He pointed out that the board had to make painful cuts but the reality was that the borough just could not afford to do things it wanted to do because the borough just couldn't afford it and have a realistic budget.
His ambition as a board member is to strengthen "peer mentoring,' "shared and integrated teaching," "helping students in the area of basic skills," and encouraging additional schooling for students who need it.
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Paradiso is a life long resident and has been married to his wife, Marilyn for 19 years.Their two children attend Roxbury High School.He has been involved in various community service in Mount Arlington for 30 years, one of the recreation basketball founders, a member and chairman of the Zoning Board, and member and secretary of the Juvenile Conference Council, a borough councilman and has served on the Board of Education since 1993.He was an original trustee of the Mt. Arlington Foundation, a community based charitable organization.
On the Board he has served on the Finance, personnel, curriculum, policy, negotiations and technology committees.He also has served as the Roxbury High School board liaison and pursued improvements in send/receive relationship.
He developed software to analyze teacher salaries, and refurbished donated computers for use in the classrooms and created the school's first music technology program.
Board of Education
www.roxbury.org, 4 Mar 2000 [cached]
Mr. Gene Paradiso
Latest News | Courage to Connect
www.couragetoconnectnj.org, 7 June 2012 [cached]
In Mount Arlington, according to organizers, former Councilman and current school board member Gene Paradiso led the effort.
Daily Record News - Mt. Arlington board hears concerns over school referendum
www.dailyrecord.com, 11 Jan 2005 [cached]
"We're doing this so that we can hear what the public wants to do," said board member Gene Paradiso before the meeting.
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