BOE denied appeal in case regarding 24/7 policy

The Appellate Division denied the Haddonfield Board of Education’s appeal in a First Amendment case filed against the district in relation to its 24/7 policy, which was revoked in February.

Bernardi: Resigning is ‘easy way out’

Evesham Board of Education member Rosemary Bernardi will not resign in light of anti-Semitic comments she made at a recent board meeting, saying doing so would be “the easy way out but it doesn’t solve the larger issue.”

Committee meeting cancelled

Voorhees Township’s committee meeting scheduled for 8 p.m. has been cancelled.

REMINDER: Council meeting tonight

Moorestown Township is holding a council meeting at 7:30 p.m. in Moorestown High School’s IT Room.

Mt. Laurel BOE candidates announced

The announcement of candidates running for three full-term positions on the Mt. Laurel Board of Education was made Wednesday, June 5.

Shamong Township Board of Education candidates announced

The announcement of candidates running for two full-term positions on the Shamong Township Board of Education was made Wednesday, June 5.

BOE candidates announced

The announcement of candidates running for three full-term positions and one two-year position on the Tabernacle Township Board of Education was made Wednesday, June 5.

Eight running for three seats on BOE

Eight newcomers are running for three open seats on the Haddonfield Board of Education. Matthew Jeremy Bass, Carlton Chin, Mary Fagan, Kathryn Casey Glazer, Lisa Hurly, Amy Keys Shaw, Kenneth Kouba and David Siedell are seeking three-year terms on the board.

Three running for Voorhees BOE and two for Eastern

Three candidates are running unopposed for three available seats on the Voorhees Township School District Board of Education. Incumbents John R. Schmus and Nancy Seigle along with Richard Wojdon, who served on the school board from 1984 to 2011, will be on the November ballot to serve a three-year term on the board.

LETTER: Amy Keys Shaw announces candidacy for BOE

I am announcing my candidacy for the Haddonfield Board of Education, for the election coming up in November. I would like to share my reasons for deciding to take on this challenge.