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Superintendent Charles Sampson, Ed.D. Receives Distinguished Service Award

Superintendent Charles B. Sampson, Ed.D.The New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA) recently awarded Superintendent Charles Sampson, Ed.D. with a Distinguished Service Award at the Annual Spring Leadership Conference. 

According to its website, members are honored each year by NJASA for their outstanding service to education, to NJASA, and for their dynamic leadership and their service to the children and youth of New Jersey. The Distinguished Service Award is the highest honor conferred upon NJASA members.

Dr. Sampson serves as one of the Monmouth County representatives to the NJASA Executive Committee. He has been recognized nationally and locally for his work in educational leadership, Phi Delta Kaplan, and the League of Innovative Schools. 

NJASA noted Dr. Sampson’s work establishing an Aspiring Administrative Cohort with Montclair State University, where he also serves as an adjunct professor. Dr. Sampson has also served in many leadership positions, including as president of both the Monmouth County Superintendents’ Roundtable and the Garden State Coalition of Schools.

“I am deeply honored to have received the Distinguished Service Award. I have had the good fortune of learning from some amazing mentors and colleagues and am humbled to be recognized in this manner. Throughout my years as a superintendent, my main goal has always been to ensure that all students achieve their dreams thanks to an excellent educational experience. I will always advocate for the children of the Freehold Regional High School District and those across New Jersey through my various leadership roles,” Dr. Sampson said.