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.
Enrollment in Evesham Child Care’s Teddy Bear Academy continues at a brisk pace as the district gears up for a June 30 opening. More than half of the available 90 spots at Teddy Bear Academy have been filled since last month’s open house, underlining the need and interest in the community’s newest childcare program. Evesham Child Care developed the program for children aged six weeks to pre-kindergarten in response to the expressed needs of working families.
Parents of Delran Middle School students were given the chance to explore the work of their children and their peers in a relaxed setting on April 10 at the Delran Middle School Night of Excellence.
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.
Senior citizens in Evesham Township are in for a real treat on Tuesday, April 15, when they enjoy a free dessert buffet while listening to music performed by Evesham Township School District students at the annual Senior Citizen Dessert Theatre. The event will start at 3:00 p.m. at Marlton Middle School, 150 Tomlinson Mill Road.
It’s reading, eating, action and death at the Cinnaminson Library as a group of teens works toward creating its own ongoing teen magazine. Reading, Eating, Action and Death, or R.E.A.D., is the new magazine by teens, for teens, now available at the Cinnaminson Library in the teen section.
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 chance for the music department at Cinnaminson Middle School to perform for crowds outside of Cinnaminson when the school’s Select Singers, Select Strings and Jazz Band performed at the Burlington Center Mall on April 2.
Kelly Bixby, music teacher and choral music director at Moorestown Friends School, won the Eastern Region National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Award on March 22 at Hofstra University.
Only one regional winner was chosen from each of the 14 NATS regions in the United States. Bixby competed against vocalists from Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Jersey, and Quebec for her title.
Seneca High School will host a designer bag bingo fundraiser on Tuesday, April 29 in the Seneca cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.
All proceeds from the event will help fund the “110 Carranza Prom House,” an alcohol- and drug-free post prom party to be held at Seneca High School.