Anthony Dentino

Anthony Dentino

Special Education/SOAR teacher; cross country coach; track and field coach, Robbinsville High School
4th year

What teacher had the biggest influence on you as a student & why?: My high school XC/track coach. He helped me to develop a passion and work ethic to be the very best I could be in both running and as a student.  

Favorite book: “Running with the Buffaloes” by Chris Lear.

Hobbies: Running, watching Sports, spending time with family & friends 

Favorite color: Brown

Favorite meal: Spaghetti & Meatballs

Favorite musician or musical groups: Anything on the radio

Favorite sports team: Robbinsville Ravens XC/TF ; Rider Broncs ; Philadelphia 76ers

Favorite TV show: Impractical Jokers” 

Favorite Movie: “Space Jam”

Three for dinner: Mom, Dad, & Grandfather

Proudest moment on the job: Always a proud moment seeing the "lightbulb" go off for kids in the classroom or during practice/competitions. 

Favorite hidden talent: I can whistle through my teeth.  

Fondest memory on the job: The little every day stories that come about during class or practice. 

What inspires you?: Working with kids who are energetic, enthusiastic, and willing to work hard.

How do you make connections with students?: Making connections with students is about knowing them beyond a surface level.  Talking to them and making connections that reach beyond the classroom or the track is important to form positive relationships. 

If you could pass on your wisdom regarding your job, what would you share: Be patient and try to listen and see things from others' point of view.  You can learn a lot by listening and observing.  

Is there a quote or saying that you live your life by: "No one cares how much you know until you show them how much you care." -Teddy Roosevelt 

What makes a good day at school?: Seeing my S.O.A.R. & XC/Track kids in class, at practice, or in the hallways!

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