Education Ambassador: Mount Olive Township School District Superintendent Dr. Robert Zywicki

Dr. Robert R. Zywicki is the superintendent of the PK-12 Mount Olive Township School District. Dr. Zywicki is passionate about blended learning, Response to Intervention, and project-based learning. In 2018, Dr. Zywicki was named a District Thought Leader by Future Ready Schools. Additionally, he has been tapped to serve on several state-wide initiatives by the NJDOE, including the Elementary and Secondary Education Advisory Committee, Model Curriculum Committee, NJSLS ELA Standards Review Committee, and Computer Science Advisory Committee. Recently, the National School Public Relations Association named Dr. Zywicki a Superintendent to Watch for "modeling and leading effective communication technology efforts with both internal and external stakeholders."
Dr. Zywicki received his Ed.D. and M.A. degrees in Educational Leadership from St. Peter’s University’s Caulfield School of Education, as well as, a B.A. in History and English from Rutgers University.
Dr. Zywicki and his wife have four children. He volunteers as a youth lacrosse and football coach and serves on his local Board of Education.
Follow him on Twitter at @ZywickiR.
Nov. 19 - Dr. Robert Zywicki talks about the decision to close the Mount Olive Township School District until January.
Oct. 19 - Dr. Zywicki attends Senior Night - a socially distanced, mask-wearing football game.
Sept. 21 - Dr. Zywicki attends a band practice and talks about the re-entry plan, which is a work in progress.
Sept. 8 - Dr. Zywicki talks about the first day of school!
Sept. 4 - Dr. Zywicki explains how the new school year will start on the hybrid model.