About Michael W. Adams
The Haddon Heights School District has a reputation of excellence and I am excited to be a part of a school culture that focuses on student learning, a commitment to high expectations and collaboration.
I would like to take this opportunity to briefly introduce myself. My name is Michael Adams and I am the Superintendent of the Haddon Heights School District. During my educational career, I taught at the middle school and elementary levels in Westampton Township. I also served as a vice principal at Audubon Junior/Senior High School and Monongahela Middle School in Deptford Township. Following my term as vice principal of Monongahela Middle School, I was the principal of Oak Valley Elementary School in Deptford Township for three years and was then promoted to be the principal at Monongahela Middle School. For two years I served as the Superintendent of the Clementon School District.
I am proud to have earned the Superintendent position in Haddon Heights and will work diligently to provide the best education for our students in a safe and productive learning environment. In order to continue to enhance the overall success of the students and the district, I believe a key factor will be our ability to work in a partnership. I look forward
to continuing to work with the students, parents, community members, staff, Board of Education, administration, and the families in our sending districts.
Michael W. Adams