• District

    Mrs. Robyn A. Klim, our new Assistant Superintendent of Student Services joins us as she begins her 11th year of administrative leadership on January 3, 2023. Mrs. Klim graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelors in Social Work and holds a Master's degree from Fordham University. Mrs. Klim's roots started in mental health as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 20+ years. She is a mental health advocate and has previously worked for DCP&P contracted programs as a Supervisor and opened up the Middlesex CMO under Perform Care. Mrs. Klim continues to maintain her clinical licensure.

    As Mrs. Klim transitioned to the educational system, she worked as a member of the Child Study Team at all levels, including out of district students. Her focus has always been on optimizing opportunities for students in their community. During her time at the middle school level, she served as an Anti-bullying Specialist and co-led Campaign Connect initiatives with her Mercer County colleagues while in East Windsor. 

    With a trauma informed lens, Mrs. Klim ensures student voice and agency in all of her work. She has a keen awareness of the curricular demands on today's educators and strives to support classrooms to ensure access and equity for all learners. Mrs. Klim's administrative career began as a Supervisor of Child Study Teams and Related Services in Pemberton. She then transitioned to the Director of Pupil Personnel Services in Shamong. Her last 5 years were spent with the Freehold Township School District as the Director of Educational Services. 

    Mrs. Klim is a founding member of the Monmouth County Schools Partnership for Wellness (MCSPW) and has served in many leadership positions at the county and state level during her tenure as a Director. She is currently the Vice President of her County Association for Directors of Special Education. Mrs. Klim has presented at NJASA, NJSBA, NJ Statewide Equity Conference, MCSPW and Autism NJ alongside colleagues in the field on Establishing Therapy Dog Programs in Schools, Community Based Instruction, Family Engagement Through a Trauma Informed Lens and Unconscious Bias.

    Mrs. Klim is in the final year of her doctoral program with a concentration in Curriculum and Instruction. She is a proud Mercer County resident and is happy to have her career come full circle as she returns home to serve the LTPS community. Mrs. Klim prides herself on partnerships and connections with her colleagues. The students as her primary stakeholders is her WHY. 

Contact Information