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    Ms. Shalieka Jarrett
    (609) 538-9800 x: 2106

     

    S. Jarrett Shalieka Jarrett joined Principal Ed Chmiel’s administrative team as an Assistant Principal at Ewing High School, replacing Dr. Karen Allen (Benton) who is taking on the role of Director of Counseling Services and Assessment for the school district on July 1, 2019.  Ms. Jarrett joined the district in 2009 as a Guidance Counselor at Ewing High School and moved into the Dean of Students position in November 2018.  

    Ms. Jarrett has obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Learning and Behavior Disorders from Hampton University, her Master’s degree in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University of Maryland and her Educational Specialist Degree in Education Leadership, Management and Policy from Seton Hall University.  Ms. Jarett has New Jersey Educational certificates as a Teacher of the Handicapped, School Counselor, Director of School Counseling Services, Supervisor, and Principal. 

    Ms. Jarrett is currently a Dean of Students at Ewing High School, a new role she assumed this past November after serving as a guidance counselor for 14 years at Ewing High School.   In her role as a guidance counselor she was able to assist students in grades 9-12 achieve personal growth, acquire positive social skills and values, and develop and set informed career goals as they journey to become productive and contributing members of a global community.   

    Ms. Jarrett is the former Ewing High School Anti-Bullying Specialist and Back-up ABS, EHS Scholarship Coordinator, has served on the Senior Awards Night Committee, former PSAT/SAT Coordinator and developed and facilitated several School Counseling Department parent workshops.   

    Ms. Jarrett is also a former resource and collaborative teacher of students with learning disabilities. 

    “We like to envision our assistant principals as principals in training,” Superintendent Michael Nitti commented.  “We truly believe that Ms. Jarrett will be an outstanding school leader, and an effective shaper of a positive school culture at Ewing High School.”