Mr. Frank Giordano Jr.

Phone: 973-777-0808


Degrees and Certifications:

Health & Physical Education Driver Education Wallington Education Association- President

Mr. Frank Giordano Jr.

My name is Frank Giordano Jr. and I have been a physical education teacher in the Wallington Junior/Senior High School since the spring of 2000. I graduated from Seton Hall University with a BA in education with certifications in Health and Physical Education.  I also completed my Driver Education Certification from William Paterson University and  I have been teaching Driver Education at Wallington Junior/Senior High School, since 2002.  I have also served as the Wallington Education Association President for 10 years.  Along with my teaching duties, I coached the Wallington Football Program for 10 years and served as a Defensive Coordinator on the 2010 State Championship Team. I coached Baseball for 10 years, 8 of those at Becton Regional High School, winning 4 Group 1 State Titles and 2 more years at Wallington High School. I also coached the Becton Wallington Wrestling Team for 17 years. Them team has won 9 straight league titles dating back to 2007. I also have had the honor to have been named Assistant Coach of the Year 3 times during my coaching career.  

Family - Blessed with a beautiful son, Joseph Giordano, and wife, Kelly.

Philosophy - I do not perceive Physical Education as an organized recess.  My responsibility as a Physical Education teacher are, in my opinion, among the most important in the school.  I firmly believe all of my students are special and posses a wide variety of talent and skills.  It is my mission to expose my students to a wide variety of activities, as to encourage him, or her, to discover and enhance these skills.  As a professional educator, I will present these activities in a positive and professional manner, as to maximize the self-esteem and the self-confidence of my students.  As a result of physical education, my students will learn that physical fitness is crucial for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, not only now, but for the rest of their lives.

    Throughout the school year, I will treat my students with the utmost respect and courtesy.  As a result I expect to be treated in the same manner.  While I hold high expectations for my students, I do not expect each child to be the best, but I do expect them do their best.