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Principal
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RABBI NEUMAN is currently in his fourteenth year here at JEC. He has also served as Rebbe, teacher, Activities Director and Varsity Hockey Coach. Rabbi Neuman works together with teachers and fellow administrators to further our program in both Judaic and General Studies. This year he is also teaching a senior elective in public speaking. A YU Graduate, Rabbi Neuman received a BS in Information Systems, an MS from Azrieli Graduate School in Education and Administration and Smicha from RIETS. He has completed all coursework and is currently writing his dissertation towards a Doctorate from Azrieli.No stranger to informal education, Rabbi Neuman has worked in summer camps for 15 years, serving as Head Counselor in Camps Lavi and Mesorah. A graduate of the inaugural year of YULead – a leadership training cohort at YU – Rabbi Neuman is currently a mentor to aspiring administrators for YOULead, a division of Prizmah. He has also been twice selected by Avichai to join together with a dozen day school administrators from across the U.S. to attend two week-long leadership training seminars at Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Assistant Principal, Limudei Kodesh
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 RABBI SAUBER is a true leader. In his nine years as Assistant Principal, Rabbi Sauber has gained the respect and trust of students and faculty alike with his dedication to the academic program and his devotion to the school. Rabbi Sauber’s preparation for a career in chinuch began with the years he devoted to augmenting his own learning at the Mirer Yeshiva and at the Kollel in Edison, followed by professional preparation at the Mercaz Center for Teacher Training. He may have been taught methods of instruction and classroom management techniques, but his ability to reach students on an emotional level is an innate gift. His involvement with students does not end after shiur, or at the end of the school year, or even at graduation. On his own, and without compensation, he initiated an alumni shiur that was regularly attended by former talmidim, to whom he will always be “Rebbe.” As JEC’s Mashgiach Ruchani, he earned the confidence  of students, parents, and faculty alike because of his ability to reach his talmidim and as a fair and open- minded advocate on their behalf. Rabbi Sauber has been a Staff Rebbe, lecturer, and is the Head of Learning at Camp Dora Golding. In addition to his position at JEC, he served as the Assistant Principal for General Studies at the RJJ Mesivta in Edison, New Jersey.
Director of Student Life
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Now in his fourteenth year at JEC, Rabbi Rich serves in many capacities, and is a most beloved Rebbe to his students. As the Director of Student Life, Rabbi Rich works hand-in-hand with the administrative team to create programs that are mission-aligned, and focused on student growth. Rabbi Rich’s office is filled with countless students, engaged with the process of program management and coordination. As a Rebbe, he has the ability to create fun, yet challenging methods of learning in all areas of Limudei Kodesh, which are well received by his students. Rabbi Rich is currently the Director of the very popular day camp at the Union Y. After studying at Yeshivat Shalavim in Eretz Yisrael, Rabbi Rich earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems from Yeshiva University and a Master of Science degree in Jewish Education and Administration from the Azrieli Graduate School, while concurrently earning Smicha at RIETS. He received a Masters degree in mental health counseling and is working toward licensing in this field.
Director of Recruitment and Student Affairs
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Before joining JEC High School in 2017, Rabbi Malitzky was a rebbe at Torah Academy of Bergen Counry for 10 years, where has was known for forging close relationships with his students. Prior to joining TABC, Rabbi Malitzky received his Semicha from REITS, where he was a member of the prestigious Wexner Semicha Honors Program. He has previously taught a bekius shiur at YU and was the Director of Alumni at Yeshivat Torah Shraga. During the summer, Rabbi Malitzky is the founder and Director at Camp Slapshots, a sports camp in Teaneck for over 200 boys. Rabbi Malitzky is currently the Assistant Rabbi at Ohr Torah in Edison, NJ where he builds and fosters relationships with community members of all ages.
Director of Counseling Services
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 A graduate of Wurzweiler School  of  Social  Work  at  Yeshiva  University, DR. PERLMAN spent several years working in the field before returning to school to receive a specialty degree in advanced clinical studies from Molloy College. His experience includes several years of working with Jewish teens at-risk, and he was the Assistant Director of “The Living Room”, a drop in center for Jewish teens recovering from addiction. Dr. Perlman recently received his Ph.D. in Clinical Services at Capella University. Dr. Perlman came to JEC after working at Ohel Children’s Home in their clinical department, where he developed social skills programs, as well as prevention and intervention programs for Jewish day schools. He has implemented these programs, as well as presented their fundamentals, to educators, professionals and parents in many tri-state area schools. Dr. Perlman also serves as an assistant professor at Long Island University School of Social Work, where he teaches several classes on the subject of at-risk behaviors and addiction.
Director of College Guidance, AP US History
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 Mr. Frank’s dedication to the futures of our students has led to increased acceptances in top tier colleges and universities. He has created strong relationships with local colleges, as well as those across the country, to ensure best fits for our graduates. Along with his Master’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University, Mr. Frank also studied at the Center for Creative Leadership in San Diego, California and the City of London Polytechnic in England. Mr. Frank taught AP American History and European history at the Delbarton School for four years and was selected by the College Board as a reader for the AP exam. He also taught European History and coached football at the Pingry School. As an adjunct instructor at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, he taught both Macro- and Micro-economics. He served as President and Board Member of the North Plainfield Board of Education and was on the strategic planning committee of Berkeley Heights Board of Education. In addition, he brings a real world business perspective, having worked as the Director of Sales Training for Dun & Bradstreet Information Services and as Associate Director of Sales Operations at Ernst & Young L.L.P.  Mr. Frank is married and is the father of three sons. In his free time, he has coached football, basketball, and baseball. His involvement in his local community has included service as District Commissioner of Boy Scouts of America in North Plainfield, New Jersey, as well as serving as Treasurer of the North Plainfield Memorial Library. The positive energy that Mr. Frank exudes sets a great example for his students and his enthusiasm is highly contagious!