Mr. Marcellino Marra
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
Bio coming soon...
Ms. Jenna Bidoglio
Ms. Bidoglio graduated from Vernon Township High School in 2005. While in high school she earned varsity letters in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse, and was also a year round member of the Skylands Wildcats Soccer Club as a captain and center midfielder. In 2005 she helped take her team to the finals of the NJYS State Cup where they were the runners up in the U19 division. During high school she was involved in the National Honors Society and a member of the concert choir for all four years. It wasn’t until her senior year of high school that she had realized her interest in the field of athletic training when season ending injuries plagued her teams.
Ms. Bidoglio went on to attended Montclair State University where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training in 2009. While in the athletic training education program, Ms. Bidoglio interned with a variety of Montclair State teams including football, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, and men’s lacrosse. She also spent a semester as an intern at Wayne Valley High School and the Felician College Health and Wellness Center. Her interests in athletics and fitness lead Ms. Bidoglio to find work on the Montclair State Recreation Center Staff as a fitness attendant, group fitness instructor, and lifeguard before becoming the Supervisor of Intramural Sports. During her senior year of college Ms. Bidoglioreceived an offer from East Stroudsburg University’s Recreation Department to work as their Graduate Assistant of Leagues and Club Sports where she also took credits towards a Masters in Sport Management.
In 2010, after a year in graduate school, Ms. Bidoglio began her career in the Lehigh Valley as an athletic trainer for an orthopedic hospital. She was outsourced to a local area school district in Tamaqua, Pennsylvania. For just over two years Ms. Bidoglio worked with the Tamaqua Area High School and Middle School athletics programs while creating their athletic training policies and procedures, as well as implementing ImPACT concussion baseline testing. In November 2012, Ms. Bidoglio found her home when she accepted a position to return to New Jersey and become the athletic trainer for the Belleville Buccaneers.
Ms. Bidoglio is an active member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Athletic Trainers’ Society of New Jersey. She also volunteers her time as medical staff for many charity walks and running events throughout the tri-state area and volunteers every year for the New York Giants Snow Bowl Flag Football Tournament to raise money for Special Olympics.
In her free time, Ms. Bidoglio enjoys staying active through participation in recreational soccer leagues, running half marathons, and training as a natural bodybuilding figure competitor in the National Gym Association.
Mrs. Sandra Gerst