Salisbury Township School District (PA)
In November 2012, Michael Roth became Superintendent of Salisbury Township School District, which serves 1600 students across 4 schools. His key focus areas include strengthening community relationships, maintaining and improving student academic and social development, developing entrepreneurial approaches, and supporting TL2014 (tl2014.org) activities associated with the school district's strategic plan.
Prior to joining Salisbury Township School District, he workedfor Nazareth Area School District for 17 years, and served the last four years as Assistant Superintendent for educational programs where he supervised Directors of Special Education, Pupil Services, and Curriculum and Technology to ensure successful K-12 Educational program development. In March 2012, the district was featured in USA Business Review for innovative practices in curriculum, energy management and technology integration. ?During this time, he was Co-Chair of Northampton Community College-School District Task Force investigating high school to community college transition.
Michael earned a Bachelor's degree in history at Moravian College and a Master's degree in Education Leadership at Wilkes University. He received his Superintendent Letter of Eligibility in Education Leadership from Lehigh University.