Important information regarding the Spring 2019 New Jersey Student Learning Assessment (NJSLA) is detailed in a letter from Dr. Farrah Mahan along with an accompanying NJSLA high school schedule. All parents are strongly encouraged to read this document.
This Life Counts is a suicide awareness and prevention program for tweens, teens, and parents that will be occurring on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 in the Cherry Hill High School East Auditorium. Registration starts at 6:45 PM and the program will begin at 7 PM. Please view this flier for more details.
Registration is now open for the SAT/PSAT 4-Day Workshop and the College Essay 4-Day Workshop, with a choice of two sessions, this summer. Details and registration form are available online.
Cherry Hill Board of Education member and parent Mrs. Jane Scarpellino, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Justin Smith, and CHPS parent and community member Mrs. Miriam Stern testified at the NJ State Assembly Budget Hearing in Trenton on March 27, 2019 to advocate for increased state funding for our district. Mrs. Scarpellino also testified at the NJ State Senate Budget Hearing on March 28, 2019. Available here are Mrs. Scarpellino's statement, Ms. Stern's statement, and Dr. Smith's statement.
After the New Jersey Department of Education announced on Thursday, March 7, 2019, that the Cherry Hill Public Schools (CHPS) will receive $18,424,908 in aid for the 2019-2020 school year, members of the Fair Funding for Cherry Hill Schools Committee, CHPS Administration, the Cherry Hill Board of Education, and Cherry Hill Township met with Assemblypersons Lou Greenwald and Pamela Lampitt on Friday, March 8 to express concerns about the funding. An overview of this meeting, including next steps, is available online.
Cherry Hill Board of Education President Mr. Eric Goodwin and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Meloche have released a statement regarding the years of inadequate funding for our schools. Community members are invited to the Fair Funding Committee Meetings on the fourth Thursday of the month. Next meeting: Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 7 pm, Malberg Administration Building.
Oliver is an extremely hard working student, who is committed to attaining the best grades he can. He is an excellent asset to classroom discussions. Oliver's extraordinary manners, kind smile, and improved attendance brightens up every classroom. Oliver is a responsible, respectful citizen of the Alternative High School.
Ian is a hard working student, who is committed to attaining optimal grades. Ian's extraordinary manners and kind smile brightens up every classroom. Ian is a responsible,respectful citizen of the Alternative High School. His determination and perseverance will take him far.
Keeley is a hard working, enthusiastic young lady, who is committed to attaining optimal grades and service to others. Her sense witty sense of humor and kind smile brightens up every classroom.Keeley is a respectful, responsible, citizen of the Alternative High School. Her determination and perseverance will take her far.
LaCoyya H. Weathington