Lawrence N. Meyerson, Partner at Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli & Conte, P.A., has been appointed to the Board of Education for the Bergen County Technical School District by the Bergen County Freeholders. Dr. Meyerson is one of five-members of the Board of Education which oversees Bergen County’s secondary and post-secondary schools, including the Applied Technology High School and the Bergen Technical High School in Paramus, the Bergen Tech High School in Teterboro and the Bergen County Academies High School and the Bergen County Technical School Adult and Continuing Education program in Hackensack. In 2015, Bergen County Academies and the Bergen Tech High School in Teterboro were ranked by Newsweek magazine as the fifth and twenty-eighth best High Schools in the United States respectively. The Bergen County Technical School District oversees over two thousand students and has an approximately sixty million dollar annual budget.
Prior to his long career as an attorney and Founding Partner of this law firm, Dr. Meyerson received his doctorate in mathematics-education from SUNY Buffalo and spent several years as a Mathematics Professor at Northern Michigan University.
Dr. Meyerson brings to the Bergen County Technical School District seven years of experience on the Board of Education for the Pascack Valley Regional School District and four years serving as the Board’s President. As President of the Board of Education, Dr. Meyeson spearheaded the first one-to-one laptop program in the country and oversaw a multi-million dollar expansion of the facilities at Pascack Hills High School and Pascack Valley High School. In addition to serving as a member of the Board of Education, Dr. Meyerson has served as a Councilman in the Borough of Hillsdale.
Dr. Meyerson is honored by the appointment and is looking forward to serving on the Board of Education for the Bergen County Technical School District.