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6 N.J.A.R. 509

Howley, Philip and Bookholdt, Dewey v. Ewing Township Board of Education
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Citation: 6 N.J.A.R. 509
Decision Date: 1982
Synopsis: Petitioners, two high school vice principals, alleged that the Board of Education had improperly placed a middle school principal in a high school vice principal position during a reorganization. The peti- tioners sought a declaratory judgement concerning the standards for determining seniority. The administrative law judge denied declaratory judgement. The judge found that since a teaching staff member cannot acquire tenure as a high school vice principal but only as a vice principal, the Board had acted properly in assigning the former elementary principal, who had served 10 years as a high school vice principal, to the position. John F. Malone, Esq., for petitioner Philip Howley (O'Dwyer and Malone, attorneys) Mark D. Schorr, Esq., for petitioner Dewey Bookholdt (Sterns, Herbert, and Weinroth, attorneys) Robert B. Rottkamp, Jr., Esq., for respondent (Merlino, Rottkamp & Flacks, attorneys)
Rule(s) Cited: 6:3-1.10 6:3-1.19 6:11-1.1 et seq. 6:11-3.6 6:11-6.1 et seq. 6:11-6.2 6:11-6.3 6:11-8.1 6:11-8.3 6:11-8.8 6:11-8.9 6:11-8.10 6:11-9.1 et seq. 6:11-10.12 6:11-10.13 6:11-10.14 6:11-11.1 et seq. 6:11-12.1 et seq. 6:11-12.11 6:24-2.1