Core Team

Strategic Planning Core Team

The Strategic Planning Core Team met for a two-day workshop to review and study collected data to shape the district's key strategic goals for the next five years. The Core Team meetings were facilitated by Judith Wilson.

The members of the
2016 Strategic Planning Core Team:

David Aderhold

Superintendent of Schools

Gerard Dalton

Assistant Superintendent, Pupil Services/Planning

Michele Kaish

WW-P Board of Education Member

Yingchao Zhang

WW-P Board of Education Member

Lamont Thomas

Principal, Grover Middle School

Michael Welborn

Principal, Wicoff Elementary School

Melissa Levine

Assistant Principal, High School North

Carl Cooper

Supervisor, Social Studies K-12

Richard Stec

Supervisor, Science K-12

Andrea Bean

Supervisor, Mathematics 6-12

Harry Doctor

Manager, Technology

Jaime Cook

Elementary Teacher Resource Specialist, Technology

Lindsay Jablonski

Elementary Gifted & Talented Resource Specialist

Brittany Ku

Teacher, Community Middle School

Jessica Castro-Verrault

High School Teacher Resource Specialist, Technology

Michelle Walsh

Guidance Counselor, High School South

Ryan Smith

Teacher, Millstone River School

Bruce Salmestrelli

WWPEA President

Maya Kamath

PTA President, Dutch Neck Elementary School

Alokananda Bagchi

PTA President, Town Center Elementary School

Deepak Chainani


Karen Delk


Martin Whitfield


Zhigang Zhang


Tasneem Q. Sultan

West Windsor Township Human Relations Council

Shikha Rastogi

Plainsboro Township Human Relations Council

Haley Rich

High School South Student

Dillon Henry

High School North Student


The objective of the WW-P Strategic Planning Process is to develop a five-year, results-based strategic plan characterized by: a vision of the district for future years; a focused mission statement and measurable objectives; district and community involvement; and annual evaluation and renewal of the strategic plan. Such planning will enable the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District to practice true strategic management of its programs and activities.

As Judith Wilson stated: “I applaud the district’s commitment to a collaborative process for determining meaningful, powerful goals that will not only maintain a tradition of excellence but propel the district to new levels of innovation and achievement. Indeed, it is my firm belief that districts must today, more than ever before, be driven by ambitious, realistic goals that bind all leaders and learners together in clear, systemic work.”

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