Mold remediation taking place in South Valley Elementary School was met with some criticism from staff from both the school and other schools within the district at the Moorestown Township Public Schools board of education meeting held on Nov. 19.
At last night’s Board of Education work session, the Mt. Laurel Public Schools’ NJASK test score results from 2013 were revealed to the public.
Matthew Caltabiano, a resident of Cherry Hill and student at St. Joseph’s Prep, joined 13 of his classmates, who received Letters of Commendation from the National Merit Program.
With changes in standardized testing coming soon to Eastern Regional High School, director of curriculum and instruction Dr. Patricia Denholm informed the board of education at the Nov. 13 meeting that Eastern has planned to stay ahead of the curve.
Shifting the focus from pencils and paper to digital screens, Haddonfield Memorial High School science teacher Griffin Kidd and assistant principal in teaching and learning Charles Zimmerman presented the benefits of a “Flipped” classroom at the Nov. 14 board of education meeting.
The annual Thanksgiving football game between Lenape and Shawnee high schools won’t be the only football played by Mt. Laurel kids that day. Nearby at Harrington Middle School, more than 100 kids are expected to take the field in the sixth annual Turkey Bowl.
Mayor Randy Brown will be having his professional team investigate the impact of tax appeals should Evans Elementary School close.
The already-crowded Millbridge Elementary School will be taking on a full-time special education class, as required by law.
The show will run at the Seneca High School auditorium Thursday, Nov. 21, Friday, Nov. 22, and Saturday, Nov. 23, at 7 p.m., with an additional 1 p.m. show on Saturday. Tickets can be purchased for $6 at the door.
On Nov. 14, Cherry Hill Police arrested a township resident on two counts of terroristic threats and two counts of creating a false public alarm.