•  Meet the Supervisor of Student Services:

    Jennifer Bills

    Supervisor of Student Services

    School Social Worker

     

    (908) 996-6811 ext 254

    bills@alexandriaschools.org

     

    Ms. Bills will be entering her 26th year as a school social worker on a child study team. She is currently the School Social Worker for the district and the Supervisor of Student Services.

    Ms. Bills started her career working with juveniles and their families in her role as a probation officer. As a probation officer in Middlesex County for over five years, Jennifer interacted with families, school systems, family court, DCP&P, mental health agencies, correctional programs, and alcohol and drug residential treatment programs. In addition to her job as a juvenile probation officer, Ms. Bills served as a detention control officer whereas she acted as the liaison between police departments and the correctional system in regards to the placement of juveniles.

     Ms. Bills received all her educational training from Rutgers University. She earned her BA in Sociology with a minor in English and a certification in Criminal Justice, her MSW (Masters in Social Work) and her Supervisor Certification from various schools within Rutgers University.

     Ms. Bills has two grown daughters and one adorable grandson.  Jennifer's oldest daughter graduated from The College of New Jersey and followed in her mom's footsteps as a Probation Officer.  She is currently a stay-at-home mom.  Her youngest daughter graduated from Rowan University and is a teacher in the Clinton Township Public School System.  After serving 10+ years as a volunteer member of the Hunterdon County Juvenile Conference Committee and the Puppies Behind Bars program, Ms. Bills gave up her two exciting volunteer jobs to spend more time with her grandson.  

    Jennifer very much enjoys working with the children and families in Alexandria Township.  It is a wonderful school community with supportive and caring parents.  As the world turns, it continues to be so important that students receive a quality education in an environment that is conducive to learning.  Raising students to be good and productive citizens while being mindful of others and the environment remains a priority of hers.