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John E. Bormann

Teaching Fellow


Dr. John E. Bormann is an accomplished and highly passionate educator with 20 years of experience in the field as a middle school science teacher, supervisor of curriculum, principal, and superintendent. Dr. Bormann holds a bachelor of science degree from Rutgers University in natural resource management, a master of science from Ramapo College in educational technology, a master of arts degree from Georgian Court University in educational leadership, and a doctorate from St. Peters University in educational leadership. Dr. Bormann was awarded the national Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award in 2001, is a two time recipient of the NJ Governor’s Teacher Recognition Award, and received, as superintendent, the Monmouth County Education Association Friend of Education Award in 2014. Dr. Bormann is a member of the Monmouth County Superintendent Roundtable Executive Board and currently serves as the superintendent of schools for the highly successful school district of the Borough of Rumson, NJ.