• Mrs. Stacy Snider
    Stacy Snider served for over a decade as the Madison School District Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts and World Languages. Under her leadership, the music program was named a national "Best Community for Music Education" for five consecutive years and she oversaw the implementation of numerous new programs, events and curricular revisions. Stacy currently serves the Madison schools as a K-8 Instructional Coach and K-12 Arts Coordinator. She joined the district in 2007, and has enjoyed her time working with the talented students and faculty in Madison.
    Mrs. Snider comes to Madison after teaching English and Theatre at Morris Knolls High School in Denville, NJ. During her tenure there, she oversaw numerous theatrical productions and directed several musicals including The Goodbye Girl, Little Shop of Horrors, Merrily We Roll Along, Crazy for You and Guys and Dolls. In 2007 she was named the Morris Knolls High School Teacher of the Year.
    Mrs. Snider graduated Magna cum Laude from Bucknell University with a BA in English and Theatre. She also holds a MA in Educational Leadership and Administration from New Jersey City University. As a professional singer and actress, she has performed extensively throughout the country.  
    Mrs. Snider currently resides in Madison with her husband Brian, their daughters Mia and Madeline and their beagle Big Papi. In her spare time you can find her teaching at The Bar Method, driving her daughters around town to various rehearsals and practices or leading the Central Avenue School Girl Scout Troop. 
Last Modified on June 26, 2019