Kenneth Kopacz is a product of the Bayonne Public Schools having attended Henry E. Harris Elementary School and Bayonne High School. His hard work and dedication first became clear on the baseball field where he was selected as team captain of both his high school and college teams. Kenneth completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at St. Peter’s College.
Kenneth has worn many hats in the field of Education. He began his career as a teacher at Henry E. Harris School and then served as an administrator at Woodrow Wilson School. During this time, Kenneth coached football, basketball and baseball for Bayonne High School. He then went on to serve as the principal of Washington Community School in Bayonne, NJ. Kenneth is now the Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the Bayonne Board of Education.
Kenneth has served on several local organizations including President of the Simpson Baber Foundation for the Autistic, Chairperson for the Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation and Trustee for the Bayonne Board of Education Credit Union.
Kenneth is married to Kimberly, who is a teacher for the Jersey City Public Schools. Together they have a daughter, Kelsey, and a son, Kenneth.