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Mr. Robert L. Copeland

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Phone: (215) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.us
Local Address:  Langhorne , Pennsylvania , United States
Piscataway Schools
1717 Lester Place
Piscataway , New Jersey 08854
United States

Company Description: Piscataway offers the following sports: Boys and Girls Soccer Boys and Girls Basketball Wrestling Softball In order to try out for any of the above...   more

Employment History

  • Superintendent
    Neshaminy School District
  • Superintendent
    Piscataway Township School District
  • Superintendent

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • master of arts degree
    Rider University
  • bachelor of arts degree
    State University of New York
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Robert L. Copeland
Superintendent of Schools
Robert L. Copeland ~ ..., 24 May 2015 [cached]
Robert L. Copeland ~ Superintendent of Schools ~ 2250 Langhorne-Yardley Road Langhorne, PA 19047 (215) 809-6000
Home » Robert Copeland resigns ..., 15 May 2015 [cached]
Home » Robert Copeland resigns to take another Pennsylvania position
Robert Copeland resigns to take another Pennsylvania position
Neshaminy School District Superintendent Robert L. Copeland has offered his resignation after accepting a position as the superintendent of the Lower Merion School District in Montgomery County. His resignation will be effective July 1, 2015 pending acceptance by the Neshaminy School Board of Directors.
Copeland started his position at Neshaminy on October 1, 2012. During his tenure he oversaw many new initiatives including the introduction of all-day kindergarten, expansion of middle school reading and communication courses, increased Advanced Placement and STEM offerings, and overhauled the program evaluation process.
He also led formulation and planning of programs that will debut in the 2015-2016 school year including the return of a world language program for the middle schools and a 1:1 iPad technology program for all fifth and sixth-graders.
Robert L. Copeland, ..., 17 Jan 2012 [cached]
Robert L. Copeland, superintendent, Piscataway School District.
"I think this budget is a ..., 12 Feb 2015 [cached]
"I think this budget is a great step forward for Neshaminy School District," said Superintendent Robert Copeland.
Copeland also said the district could not go without a tax increase for much longer, as the district used $7.7 million of its $17 million surplus to fund the budget. Part of the funding for the kindergarten came from reductions in spending in special education through contract renegotiations, Copeland said.
"A fund balance is not a recurring resource and we cannot rely on that year after year," he said.
Copeland said the district had agreed not to make public statements about the status of negotiations with the union and referred questions to the district's labor attorney, Ellis Katz.
Copeland also read a statement about the controversial Playwickian issue at the meeting. Administrators had given the students an ultimatum; publish unaltered a letter to the editor from another student that mentioned the school mascot or do not publish the newspaper. The students ignored that and published the paper last week.
In place of the letter, the editors published an editor's note explaining their actions and those of the district.
Copeland said he was conducting an investigation into how the paper had been printed without prior approval. He also said that Principal Robert McGee's confiscation of about 40 copies of the newspaper was understandable, given that he did not know what had been published.
"What some have called an overreaction I would call prudence," he said.
He also praised the "passion and maturity" of the students, but said they should have listened to the administration.
"Secondly while we applaud students who stand up for something, we also expect a respect for school district authority and the rules that govern,'' said Copeland.
The board also approved a two-year contract extension for Copeland, through 2017. The new contract will give him a raise to $184,000 next year and a 1.5 annual percent raise in the two later years. Copeland first joined the district as superintendent in October 2012.
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