Instructional Coaches

  • Vision and Purpose:

    The Instructional Coach facilitates the district’s professional development model by demonstrating lessons, observing classroom instruction, and coaching teachers one‐on‐one in their area of focus and expertise. The Instructional Coach aims to enhance teachers’ ability to provide instruction that (1) builds student understanding and skills, (2) is academically rigorous, (3) addresses the curriculum standards and frameworks, and (4) enhances student sense of engagement in and ownership of learning. The Instructional Coach, in collaboration with teachers and school leaders, reviews student work and performance outcomes and assists teachers with designing instruction and learning that meets the district’s vision of G.R.E.A.T. Instruction for all students.

    Click here to access the KRSD Instructional Coaching Google Site to:

    • Request Coaching
    • "Meet" the Coaches
    • Access resources

      Mrs. Cammarota-Verasco

      Phone:
      O: (856) 467-3300, Ext. 4305 (HS); Ext. 3201 (MS)
      F: (856) 467-5382

      Email:

      Degrees and Certifications:

      B.A. Secondary Education and English, The College of New Jersey M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in gifted education, University of Virginia, Prospective Ed.D in Educational Leadership, Rowan University Supervisors Certification

      Mrs. Nicole Cammarota-Verasco

      Inclusion Coach

      Experience: Ms. Cammarota-Verasco serves Kingsway Regional School District as an instructional coach and the Coordinator of Gifted & Talented Programming. 
      She was an English teacher for seven years with three systems including Fairfax County Public Schools in Northern Virginia and Kingsway Regional School District. She taught grades 7, 8, 9, 10, and 12 at all levels including co-taught ICR and Gifted & Talented providing her a diverse instructional experience. Other roles Ms. Cammarota-Verasco has served in include a position as a reading interventionist, building equity lead, and coach of high school athletics. She also serves as an instructional coach with an organization called the National Math Science Initiative (NMSI), headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Cammarota-Verasco is also a doctoral student at Rowan University, studying Educational Leadership in the K-12 school setting.

      Mr. Doud

      Phone:
      O: (856) 467-3300, Ext. 4313
      F: (856) 467-5382

      Email:

      Degrees and Certifications:

      B.A., Florida Atlantic University Studio Art K12 NJ Teaching Certificate CTE Audio & Visual Broadcasting NJ Teaching Certificate

      Mr. Vince Doud

      Instructional Technology Coach

      Mr. Doud's mission centers on empowering educators through the skillful use of technology integration. By providing unwavering support and training to staff, he ensures enhanced instructional techniques and workflows. As a result, students benefit from a richer, more dynamic learning environment. His passion for media, combined with his dedication to education, drives his mission to enhance school and community engagement through innovative means.

      Experience and Accomplishments

      With 8 years of service as a classroom teacher, Mr. Doud spearheaded a comprehensive video production curriculum that led to the development of a CTE pathway for students. As director of various extra-curricular and summer programs, he helped secure significant grants and fostered an environment of learning and creativity using multimedia. 

      Education and Studies

      Mr. Doud graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Florida Atlantic University, distinguished with Cum Laude honors. His dedication to education is further exemplified by his multiple teaching certifications and various instructional recognitions from the state of New Jersey.

      Ms. Nicole Servais

      Phone:
      O: (856) 467-3300 , Ext. 4314
      F: (856) 467-5382

      Email:

      Degrees and Certifications:

      B.A. Italian Studies, University of Wisconsin M.A Applied Linguistics, George Mason University English as a Second Language K12 Teaching Certificate (NJ, DE, PA,VA)

      Ms. Nicole Servais

      Instructional Technology Coach

      Ms. Servais serves as an instructional technology coach for both the middle and the high school. In her role, Ms. Servais works with teachers and other instructional staff to integrate technology into the school's curriculum. As an instructional technology coach, her main goals are to engage students, enhance educational experiences through the thoughtful use of technology in G.R.E.A.T. instruction, and extend learning opportunities for all KRSD scholars.

      Experience and Accomplishments

      Ms. Nicole Servais joined KRSD in 2023. Prior to coming to Kingsway, Ms. Servais was a continuing track faculty member at the University of Delaware where she taught a variety of courses such as ESL/EFL Methodology, Second Language Acquisition, English through Drama, and a wide range of skills-based English courses. She also served as the Self-Access Learning Center coordinator for over 10 years, a role which centered around developing student autonomy with regard to personal learning goals. Before her tenure at U of D, Ms. Servais taught ESL at a middle school in Fairfax County, VA, where she also served as department chair, editor of the literary magazine, and member of the technology support committee.

      Education and Studies

      Ms. Servais holds a Bachelor of Arts in Italian Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master's degree in Applied Linguistics from George Mason University, and K-12 ESL certifications from the University of Phoenix. 

       

       

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