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    Mr. Tamburro's Courses for 2018-2019
     
    United States History I - Honors
    Advanced Placement U.S. Government and Politics
    Law and Criminal Justice in America
    Constitutional and Trial Law (Semester 1)
    Contemporary Issues (Semester 2)
     

    Extra help is available by appointment before school (typically 7:30 to 7:50 in the learning commons) and after school. Walk-ins are welcome before and after school; however, students with appointments will receive priority assistance.

     About Mr. Tamburro

    Mr. Christopher Tamburro began teaching at Verona High School in March, 2008. He has instructed the honors and college preparatory levels of: world history, U.S. History I, and U.S. History II. Mr. Tamburro additionally teaches AP United States Government and Politics, Economics, Law and Criminal Justice in America, Constitutional and Trial Law, Global Perspectives, and Contemporary Issues. He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Economics, Government, and History at Union County College.

    In addition to teaching, Mr. Tamburro participates in the Verona High School community as an advisor/coach for Mock Trial, Euro Challenge, and Stock Market Challenge Club. He additionally serves as voter registration coordinator at VHS.
     
    Mr. Tamburro holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in law and criminology from The College of New Jersey. He was inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, and the Golden Key International Honour Society. He earned his Master of Arts in Teaching at the Florham Park Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University. He holds an educational supervisor certificate from Montclair State University. He participated in the three-year James Madison Seminar on Constitutional Ideals and Principles at Princeton University. Mr. Tamburro has additionally completed courses in educational technology, and attended Advanced Placement Summer Institutes for United States History and United States Government and Politics. He has completed all coursework for his doctorate in historical studies and fine art/media studies at Drew University, and is in the final stages of work on his dissertation which analyzes the role of ministers and church structures on the American Revolution in New Jersey.

    Mr. Tamburro is a certified Emergency Medical Technician, and is an active member of the Verona Rescue Squad, where he serves as first assistant chief, and has previously acted as assistant captain, first lieutenant and crew lieutenant.  He serves as a Deputy Municipal Emergency Management Coordinator for the Township of Verona. Mr. Tamburro is a Past Chief of both the Long Valley First Aid Squad and The College of New Jersey Lions' Emergency Medical Service. He is a councilor of the New Jersey Council for History Education. Mr. Tamburro also served the community as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Montclair Historical Society. 

    Mr. Tamburro can trace his maternal ancestors to pre-Revolutionary America. He is a Past-President of the New Jersey State Society of the Children of the American Revolution. His paternal ancestors arrived in the U.S. through Ellis Island, settling in Newark and Hoboken. This mixed heritage is the root of his passion for American and world history.

     

    Mr. Tamburro's Contact Information:
    ctamburro@veronaschools.org
    (973) 571-6750 ext. 1412

     

Last Modified on October 4, 2018