Francine Skye Morales

Title: Physical Education Educator, Assistant Principal (Retired)
Company: Humanities and Arts Magnet High School
Location: Matawan, New Jersey, United States

Francine Skye Morales, Retired Physical Education Educator and Assistant Principal at Humanities and Arts Magnet High School, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in education.

Drawing upon more than 30 years of experience, Ms. Morales is an esteemed health and physical education educator who most recently served as an AP coordinator and teacher of health and physical education at the Humanities and Arts Magnet High School from 1996 until her retirement in 2006. Prior to this illustrious role, she was a teacher of health and physical education at Erasmus Hall High School for 13 years, where she also served as a creator and coordinator of the poetry and business clubs, George Wingate High School for two years, Bishop Kearney High School for one year, and St. Mary Elementary School for one year. Additionally, she served Bishop Kearney High School as a gymnastics coach and St. Mary Elementary School as a science teacher.

Ms. Morales has also been a prolific author, having penned poetry in over 20 anthologies and magazines. In 2003, she wrote “Heart and Soul: A Poetic Journey Since 9/11.” She additionally enjoys giving back to her community as a choir participant at the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church since 2015, having also been a catechist and volunteer since 2009. Ms. Morales holds a Bachelor of Arts from Hunter College and Master of Science in physical education from Brooklyn College.

Most renowned for writing curriculum for courses in camping and recreation while a teacher at Erasmus Hall High School, she has also completed over seven certificate programs in religion, having received awards for each completed program. Likewise, she received the New York City Zone Excellence in Physical Education Award, the New York City Recognition Award, and Teacher of the Year Award, all in 1989. Notably, she has been highlighted in several editions of Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Education, Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who of American Women.

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