Phone: 856-869-7750 ext. 8001


Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Andrew Swiecicki



Mr. Swiecicki has served the Haddon Township School District for over twenty years and is grateful for the opportunity to work with the school community at RMS.   Mr. Swiecicki previously served as assistant principal at Haddon Township High School where he expanded curricular offerings to include more advanced placement courses as well as courses in engineering and web design to meet the evolving needs of students.  Prior to becoming assistant principal, he taught a variety of technology and social studies courses at Rohrer Middle School and Haddon Township High School. 

Mr. Swiecicki prides himself most on a social-emotional learning program he established before the pandemic that helps students to work through their stress utilizing a lens of mindfulness which can lead to more productive outcomes. The program proved its effectiveness during the pandemic when stress levels were high for many students. “I want our students to be a product of their choices, not their circumstances,” stated Mr. Swiecicki.

Mr. Swiecicki is passionate about supporting diverse student needs, fostering social-emotional learning and promoting digital tools for teaching and learning. As the new principal of William G. Rohrer Middle School, he intends to focus on building partnerships with faculty, students, parents and the community. Mr. Swiecicki believes in the ability for all to learn, work together and build a thriving community.



Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Kelly Reising



Ms. Reising began her educational career in September 2001 as a History teacher at Northern Burlington County Regional High School where she also advised the STOP Club (similar to HOPE), a class advisor, and coached basketball and track.  She joined their counseling team in September 2008 part-time before becoming a full-time counselor in 2009.  Ms. Reising ran several support groups for students including Grief and Loss, Military Student Support, and a group for non-traditional familial households in addition to being the NCAA counselor and spearheading the grant-funded program for Personalized Student Learning Plans.  

In 2015, Ms. Reising joined the Audubon Public Schools administrative team as the Director of School Counseling where she expanded the curricular offerings via Option II to meet the needs of students in a small community setting.  She also oversaw the School Choice program, Test Coordinator, District 504 Compliance Officer,  and was the District Crisis Team Coordinator before being named the Co-Principal of Grades 7 through 9 in June 2020. As the co-principal, Ms. Reising emphasized social-emotional learning following the pandemic and implemented a Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports System (PBIS).   

Ms. Reising draws from her experience both in the classroom and the counseling office as well as a parent to support students, teachers, support staff and caretakers. She looks forward to working with the Haddon Township community to create a learning environment that produces responsible and productive citizens.  Ms. Reising believes that without a high level of emotional intelligence, academics can be difficult; her emphasis on social-emotional learning and self-regulation is paramount in her interactions with students.