Dr. Aubrey A. Johnson, Superintendent of Schools
  • Superintendent of Schools  
    Aubrey A. Johnson, Ed.D.

About the Superintendent

  • Aubrey A. Johnson, Ed.D.Dr. Aubrey Johnson is the Superintendent of New Brunswick Public Schools in New Jersey. He is a graduate of Northeastern University and earned his masters’ degree from New Jersey City University. He joined the Paterson Public Schools in 1995 where he served for over 19 years, including roles as a third-grade teacher, computer teacher, technology coordinator, vice-principal, principal, director of assessment, planning & evaluation, and assistant superintendent. This is where his leadership skills developed and he learned how to build community relationships, lead through adversity, and learned the concepts of strategic planning. Dr. Johnson was part of the effort to bring continuous positive change and academic success to Paterson Public Schools, including raising the graduation rate, implementing school choice, and working to ensure that Paterson Public Schools became a leader in urban education. He continued his work as a scholar-practitioner and earned his doctorate degree from Seton Hall University in 2017. Dr. Johnson was appointed Superintendent of New Brunswick Public Schools in 2015.

Contact Information

Messages from the Superintendent

  • Message from the Superintendent

    June 1, 2020 — Message in Regards to the Death of George Floyd

    As educators, it is important that we understand the complexity of our reality and that of our students. It is important to teach our students the history behind their identity, the language behind their culture, and the geography from where they came. It is important to allow open conversations with the understanding that black and brown students may experience and interpret issues differently.

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    May 4, 2020 — Announcement on the Closure of Schools

    Governor Murphy has announced that schools in the state of New Jersey will be closed for in-person instruction for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Although we will not be able to physically see each other, we will continue to provide remote learning experiences for our students and district staff, using our online platforms.

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    March 20, 2020 — Extended Closure Due to COVID-19

    As a precautionary measure all schools will remain closed until further notice in order to reduce the potential spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Because the virus is easily spread from person-to-person, it is unsafe for large groups of people to gather.

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    March 16, 2020 — COVID-19 Status Update

    Since we’ll be working with our students remotely, I presume everyone involved will have a fascinating educational experience. We will continue to do exactly what we are supposed to do as educators - push boundaries for our students. Teaching and learning shouldn’t stop just because the school buildings are temporarily closed.

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