WHS Welcomes the New Guidance Counselor, Amy Moyer

With not only a new school year and new learning style, the 2020-2021 school year at Woodbridge High School has also introduced new teachers and staff. Mrs.Moyer is a new guidance counselor at WHS.

Barron Perspective: What is your name?
Mrs. Moyer: Amy Moyer.

BP: What classes do you teach?
MM: I am a guidance counselor.

BP: What were you doing prior to teaching?
MM: I taught psychology at Kean University for 10 years.

BP: What made you want to get involved in education?
MM: I love working with students.

BP: How long have you been involved in education?
MM: 15+ years

BP: What college did you attend?
MM: Kean University

BP: What did you study/major?
MM: Psychology and counselor education.

BP: What are your first impressions of WHS?
MM: I love WHS – my husband John Moyer has been a social studies teacher here for over 20 years, so I am very familiar with many faculty members, students and Barron pride.

BP: Are you involved in any extracurriculars for WHS?
MM: No, not yet

BP: How do you feel about your first year at WHS being on remote learning so far?
MM: I was really looking forward to meeting all of my students in person, but I guess Zoom and Google Meet will have to do for now. I hope we’re not virtual for too long.

BP: What were some challenges you have faced with the new style of teaching?
MM: I am not tech savvy at all, but I have an amazing guidance team who is willing to help guide me through it

BP: What are you looking forward to this school year?
MM: Having all of the kids come back into the building!

BP: Did you ever anticipate your first year teaching at WHS would play out like this?
MM: Never, but everyone seems to be rolling with the punches and doing well so far!