Cherokee High School’s Academic Hall of Fame to induct second class on Thursday, May 29

Cherokee High School’s Academic Hall of Fame will induct its second class on Thursday, May 29 as part of the school’s Academic Awards Ceremony. This year’s inductions include: an attorney …

Cherokee High School graduation night party tickets to go on sale

It will be a huge party for the Cherokee High School Class of 2014 graduates. Held on the same night as commencement, the party gives each graduate the opportunity to celebrate with friends and classmates. The event begins at 10 p.m. and is held at Chartwell Swim Club.

Voorhees Mayor Visits Elementary School for Memorial Day Celebration

Voorhees Township Mayor Michael Mignogna recently visited E.T. Hamilton Elementary School in honor of Memorial Day. Mayor Mignogna spoke to an assembly of kindergarten through fifth graders, along with veterans …

Evesham Township School District’s Teddy Bear Academy open house on May 31

Parents and guardians interested in Evesham Child Care’s new Teddy Bear Academy are invited to an open house on Saturday, May 31, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., to get a sneak peak at the facilities, housed in the back section of Marlton Middle School, before the June 30 opening.

Eastern Baseball Coach Racks up Milestones

The milestones for Eastern High School’s head baseball coach Rob Christ just keep on coming. After leading the Vikings to a 29-4 record and the school’s first Group IV championship …

Voorhees Middle School Uses “One Book One School” Program to Teach Lesson

The “One Book, One School” program hosted by the Voorhees Middle School held its spring kick-off on May 20. The book chosen for this year is “Wonder” by R.J. Palacio. …

Moorestown Board of Education Reflects and Recognizes

The Moorestown Board of Education meeting on May 20 served as a time to reflect and recognize. New Superintendent Timothy Rehm began the meeting by discussing his new contract and …

Lenape Regional High School District’s transition service program gives students first hand look at running a business

Ashlee Barton is a senior at Seneca High School. For the last two years, in addition to her usual requirements as a high school student, she’s been learning the ins and outs of running A Rose in December, a floral shop on Stokes Road in Medford. The goal of the program is to prepare students for careers once their education ends.

Cherokee High School student volunteer award winner announced

Four years ago, Cherokee High School student Nick Musulin had a goal of getting involved in community service in his school. In his time, he forged a relationship with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, established partnerships with area businesses and raised more than $20,000 for the charity.

Moorestown Friends School Wins First Place in Elementary Science Olympiad

Seventeen teams from across the state attended the Elementary Science Olympiad Tournament on Saturday, May 10 at Moorestown Friends School. One of three such tournaments in New Jersey, the regional …