New Teacher Alert: Ms. Moldenhaur


Lauren Carter

Ms. Moldenhaur is ready to teach for the 2021-2022 school year!

Ryan Fijol, Editor

As the new school year has begun at Woodbridge High School, it has also brought new teachers and staff members along with it. Ms. Moldenhaur is one of those new teachers for this 2021 – 2022 school year.

Barron Perspective: Where are you from?
Kimberly Moldenhaur: I’m a Woodbridge Township local, Fords specifically

BP: When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?
KM: I wanted to be a veterinarian

BP: Where did you attend school before college?
KM: I went to a private school in Fords and then Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark

BP: What made you want to be a teacher and when did you realize this?
KM: I was in my second semester of college when I realized I didn’t want to be a veterinarian and after some thinking, decided I really wanted to teach.

BP: What college did you attend? What was your major? What activities did you enjoy while there and why?
KM: I first went to Middlesex County College where my major was History. While I was there I really enjoyed being a part of the theatre crew. Then I transferred to Georgian Court University and I majored in both History and Education. I was part of the history club and later the national history honors society, Phi Alpha Theta. I also enjoyed being a part of the vegetarian club.

BP: What is your previous teaching experience, if any?
KM: Before coming to Woodbridge High, I taught History in Piscataway.

BP: What classes are you currently teaching and what will you be teaching next semester?
KM: This semester I am an in-class support (or special education) teacher in US History 2, Geometry, and English 1. Next semester I’ll be in-class support again in English 3 and Algebra 

BP: How were your first few days of the school year at Woodbridge High School? What do you like about WHS?
KM: My first few days have been great! Everyone has been very nice and helpful and it’s great to see students in-person again.

BP: Are you involved in any extracurricular activities, if so, what and why?
KM: I am not involved in any extracurricular activities yet, but I hope to be soon!

BP: How do you plan on making this a good school year?
KM: I want to make this a great school year by having a positive attitude every day and making connections with my students and just having fun.

BP: What are you looking forward to this school year and why?
KM: I’m most looking forward to getting more involved with school activities and getting to know the students and staff better.

BP: What hobbies do you enjoy outside of school?
KM: I like to read, watch football, go for walks, and play video games.

BP: Is there anything else you would like to add?
KM: 13 is actually one of my favorite numbers! Halloween is also my favorite holiday, and my favorite color is purple.