Kingsway Learning Center highlighted art work at Art with Sprinkles event on March 27

The artwork of Kingsway Learning Center’s special needs elementary students was the centerpiece of the 3nd Annual “Art with Sprinkles” event on March 27. As the name indicates, ice cream sundaes added a tasty treat to all the fun.

This family-fun event raises funds for the school’s elementary and pre-school programs for students 3 to 14 years of age with multiple learning and developmental challenges.

Cherry Hill Board of Education awards bid for new boilers

The Cherry Hill Board of Education last week approved a contract for boiler replacement to Worth and Company.

Superintendent gives update on new daycare program at Evesham Board of Education Meeting

At the March 27 meeting of the Evesham Board of Education, Superintendent John Scavelli gave an update on the status of the district’s upcoming “Teddy Bear Academy” daycare program.

Countryside Elementary competes to win recycled playground

For the past five years, students at Countryside Elementary School have been helping the environment by keeping recyclable materials out of landfills.

Classroom in Medford School to start Google Chromebook pilot program

Next year, a fifth-grade class at Kirby’s Mill Elementary School is going to be trading in its pens and paper for computers.

Delran Middle School prepares spring musical ‘The Little Mermaid Jr.’

The month of April is known for being wet, but this particular April, Delran is going to be plunged all the way under the sea when the Delran Middle School Drama Department debuts its spring musical “The Little Mermaid Jr.”

Larchmont Elementary School hosting Ladies Shopping Night on April 4

The Larchmont Elementary School PTO is holding a Ladies Shopping Night on Friday, April 4 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Robots take over Seneca High School

Welcome to the FIRST Mid-Atlantic Robotics district competition. MAR competitions closely resemble the biggest high school sporting events complete with cheering crowds, mascots and banners.

Burlington County College chief academic officer appointed Interim President of college

Burlington County College’s chief academic officer, Dr. David Spang, has been appointed Interim President of the college by the BCC Board of Trustees.

Lenape High School invites incoming freshman to summer camp

Lenape High School invites incoming members of the class of 2018 to participate in a summer transition camp being hosted in the school’s north cafeteria from 9 a.m. to 12 noon August 11 through 13.