On May 12, in the Lenape High School auditorium, the Lenape Regional High School District will be honoring students who will be entering the military or military academy. In addition, alumni and employees of the district who are currently serving or are veterans of the Armed Forces will also be honored at this event.
It was a day of health and wellness at New Albany Elementary school on April 9 when the school hosted its sixth annual student health fair.
Lenape High School is hosting its annual Kevin Todd Memorial 5K Walk and Run on Saturday, May 10 at 9 a.m. at the school’s outdoor track.
Do fruits float or sink? How does light make colors? Why doesn’t the ocean freeze? The answers to those questions and more were on display for more than 150 Evans Elementary School students and their families who packed the halls of the school on the night of April 9 for the second annual Evans Science Fair.
The Moorestown Friends School will hold its 16th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition on Thursday, April 17. Students of different grade levels will showcase 200 displays of science learning for faculty, families, and other students, from 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The fair is also open to former MFS interested in learning about multiple scientific topics, and prospective students and curious parents. S.E.E. will be held in the Red Gym, the Field House Gym, and the Practice Gyms at MFS.
It was another sign of spring in Marlton on the night of April 7 when Marlton Elementary School held its annual spring concert.
Cinnaminson Middle School was united on April 9 when students, faculty and parents gathered in the auditorium for an assembly celebrating the school’s Unity Day.
On April 4, Cherry Hill Public Schools celebrated a milestone for one of its largest fundraisers.
The Golden Eagle girls’ track team of Seneca High School is off to a fast start. The Golden Eagles are soaring over early season hurdles. Seneca is looking to track down its competitors and field a winning season. Use whatever cliché you’d like, the point is, the girls track team of Seneca High School is poised for a big season after returning a number of contributors from last season and welcoming a few promising newcomers.
In this modern age, students of all levels are learning to use technology in association with their schoolwork.
To best prepare students for a world where technology rules many sectors of life, Voorhees Middle School students will be introduced to specialized iPads for both school and personal use next year.