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Three veterans of Middle Township School District promoted to new administrative roles

Dec 19, 2022

Three familiar faces at Middle Township School District have new roles after being appointed during a recent Board of Education meeting.

Middle Township High School educators are promoted to new roles posing for a photo in the media center

From left: Dr. Sharon Rementer, Joshua McCarty and Nicole Drake


CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ – Three familiar faces at Middle Township School District have new roles after being appointed during a recent Board of Education meeting. 

Dr. Sharon Rementer is now Middle Township High School’s Principal, Nicole Drake is the high school’s Assistant Principal and Josh McCarty is the Assistant Principal of Athletics. 

Prior to their appointments, Rementer served as the district’s Athletic Director and Assistant Vice Principal at MTHS. She has worked in Middle Township schools since 2006 and was promoted to Athletic Director in 2017. Drake was a math teacher for 16 years and then served as an Instructional Supervisor at MTHS since 2020. McCarty, a 1999 MTHS alum, joined the district in 2017 as a middle school social studies and literacy teacher, as well as an Instructional Supervisor.  

“We’re excited to see these three transition into their new roles,” said MTSD Superintendent Dr. David Salvo. “Fresh ideas, new perspective … We’re confident that the skills they bring to the table, their experience within the district and their proven dedication and commitment will allow them to thrive even more than they already have.”  

Drake says the success and well-being of her students has always been her greatest priority, and she has treasured the opportunity to build relationships, teach and mentor. She looks forward to helping students in a new capacity as assistant principal. McCarty has enjoyed similar rewards through teaching and coaching and said he’s thrilled to continue his career at Middle Township schools with a “richly diverse community of students that walk the halls.” 

Rementer also is excited to expand her focus.  

“I’m looking forward to taking the same energy and enthusiasm brought into the athletics department and impacting the whole building,” she said. “This next chapter will be full of excitement, innovative ideas, and taking Middle Township High School to the next level, building upon our greatness.”

The new administrators will work alongside current MTHS Assistant Principal Brad MacLeod. Outgoing Principal George West has accepted a position as assistant superintendent with Egg Harbor Township School District.




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