Lenape High School student awarded a scholarship

Two $1,000 scholarships awarded at the Mount Laurel Garden Club’s annual June luncheon.

New 'Clap Out' at Countryside School

The ‘Clap Out’ is a way for the outgoing class to be recognized by the entire student body and all of the staff.

Audubon School District approves motion to utilize school buses for advertising

Audubon School District’s three buses may roll off the lot this fall with something never seen before in New Jersey, and perhaps the first change in many years to come to the familiar yellow bus – advertisements.

Whitman Elementary School Principal’s List and Honor Roll

Whitman Elementary School Principal Vince Cardile announced the school’s Principal’s List and Honor Roll students for the fourth marking period on Friday.

Lenape Regional participating in True Hero Campaign

This past spring, just weeks before graduating, nearly 1,800 Lenape Regional High School District seniors fanned out to more than 90 sites throughout the district’s sending communities to participate in a district-wide volunteer service initiative.

Lenape Regional participating in True Hero Project

This past spring, just weeks before graduating, nearly 1,800 Lenape Regional High School District seniors fanned out to more than 90 sites throughout the district’s sending communities to participate in a district-wide volunteer service initiative.

Hurffville Elementary School students that made Honor Roll and Principal's List

Hurffville Elementary School Principal Joanne Robertson announced the school’s Principal’s List and Honor Roll students for the fourth marking period.

The Day of Service needs your help

Help students of the Lenape Regional High School District class of 2012 receive funding to continue the annual Day of Service event. At left, members of the class of 2011 participate in this year’s event.

Leftover cooking oil from Collingswood School District cafeteria to be used to make biodiesel fuel

In a time where school districts are stretching their dollars thin and scrapping services, the Collingswood Board of Education has come up with a creative way to find some new revenue – and it will reduce waste and help the environment at the same time.

Voorhees teen wins first place in stock market game

Joe Maffei, 15, researched financial news and current events from September through April to create a winning stock portfolio.