Welcome to the Rahway Public Schools Science Program – a dynamic and engaging educational journey that ignites curiosity, fosters critical thinking, and nurtures a passion for exploring the wonders of the natural world. Our program is designed to empower students with a deep understanding of scientific concepts, encouraging them to become active contributors to their communities and the global scientific community.


At Rahway Public Schools, we believe that science is more than just a subject; it's a way of thinking, a process of inquiry, and a pathway to understanding the intricate mechanisms that shape our universe. Through hands-on experiments and interactive learning experiences, our students embark on a transformative exploration of the natural and physical sciences.


From unraveling the mysteries of Earth's systems to delving into the intricate realm of atoms and molecules, our science program equips students with the knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm needed to excel in an ever-evolving world. By fostering an understanding of the interconnections between scientific disciplines and their real-world applications, we empower our students to tackle the challenges of today and shape the innovations of tomorrow.


Students discover the joy of experimentation, the thrill of discovery, and the satisfaction of gaining insights into the fundamental forces that govern our world. Welcome to a world where curiosity knows no bounds!


Dr. Susan Dube joined the Rahway Public Schools Curriculum Instruction team in August of 2019. Prior to working in Rahway, Dr. Dube worked as a middle school science and math teacher, as well as an elementary educator. Before beginning her tenure in academia, Dr. Dube spent ten years working as a freelance court stenographer. Dr. Dube earned a doctorate in Educational Leadership: Curriculum Instruction, a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction in Math, Science, and Computer Education, Post-Masters' Certifications in Supervision and Teacher of Students with Disabilities, and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education.

Dr. Susan Dube
Program Supervisor of Science & Technology Education
Phone: 732-396-1011
Email: [email protected]