WE are so proud of our Lifechanger of the Year Award nominee, Mrs. Mollie Crincoli! ow.ly/R74k30n3OdF
How Parents Can Get Ahead of the Vaping Trend!
Wednesday, November 14th
Beck Middle School Cafeteria
950 Cropwell Road, Cherry Hill, NJ
Cathy Butler: Asst. Director-Public Health Programs, Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist
"The Next Generation of Tobacco Addiction"
Discussing new research from the CDC, FDA & the Surgeon General
Keeping in the spirit of November being an election month, the Alternative High School held Student Government Elections on Wednesday, November 7 during morning homeroom. The candidates spent a week of campaigning and each presented a platform speech on Thursday, November 1. On Tuesday, November 6, the Alternative HIgh School held its first ever Presidential debate, where the two candidates where able to discuss their views on questions that were given to them ahead of time. After counting the votes, the race for the office of President was the closet in AHS history, with only one vote separating the candidates. The Alternative High School is proud to announce the 2018-2019 Officers of the AHS Student Government Association: Keeley Barber - President, Katelyn Castro - Vice President, Sofia Nash - Secretary. CONGRATULATIONS to the winners, and THANK YOU to all who were courageous enough to run!
With parental permission, all Cherry Hill High School students are offered the opportunity to participate in a mental health check-up called Behavioral Health (BH) Works. BH-Works was developed at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). The program is free, voluntary and confidential.
For most parents, this screening will reassure you that your teen is just experiencing typical "growing pains." For other parents, the screening can help you pinpoint a problem in its early stages, giving you the ability to secure needed help for your teen and reduce the chance that a more significant problem will develop in the future.
You are encouraged take advantage of this confidential screening and return the form that was mailed to your home. The letter and consent form also are available from your school guidance office.
The deadline to return consent forms is Friday, February 22, 2019.
You asked, the BOE is listening! Please attend one of five OPEN PUBLIC FORUMS in February and March to give your input on the next Bond Referendum! Each 75-minute session will be conducted by a professional moderator. Be prepared for group discussions and to share ideas!
- Thurs 2/7 East Cafeteria, 7 pm
- Sat 2/9 Carusi Media Center, 11 am
- Thurs 2/21 Johnson Media Center, 1 pm
- Mon 2/25 West Media Center, 7 pm
- Sun 3/10 Rosa Cafeteria, 1 pm
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, February 5, 2019.
Full day kindergarten is coming to the Cherry Hill Public Schools for the 2019-2020 school year! Kindergarten preregistration (for children entering public school for the first time) for the 2019-2020 school year will begin on February 1, 2019. Children must be five years old on or before October 1, 2019 in order to be eligible for kindergarten. Specific school registration dates, as well as information on the registration process, are available online.
Please attend one of our Full Day Kindergarten Community Information Sessions in February at one of the following Cherry Hill locations:
- Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - 7-9 am, Malberg Administration Building, 45 Ranoldo Terrace
- CANCELLED: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 – 7-9 pm, Jewish Community Center, Social Hall 1301 Springdale Road
- NEW DATE: Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 7-9 pm, Jewish Community Center, Social Hall 1301 Springdale Road
- Monday, February 25, 2019 - 1-3 pm Trinity Presbyterian Church, Community Room 499 Marlton Pike East
- Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - 7-9 pm, Malberg Administration Building, 45 Ranoldo Terrace
Kindergarten and first grade registration (for children entering public school for the first time) for the 2019-2020 school year will begin on February 1, 2019. Children must be five years old on before October 1, 2019 in order to be eligible for kindergarten. Dates for registration at specific schools, as well as information on the registration process, are available online.
Dear Parents and Community Members,
I am having surgery on Monday, January 14th and will be out of the district for at least two months.
I have been going through a series of tests since September and I must have the Mitral Valve and the Aortic Valve in my heart replaced. During an open heart procedure two mechanical valves will replace the current valves.
The prognosis is positive and I am with a wonderful team of doctors and an excellent surgeon.
I will be completely out of touch with the district for a couple of weeks. During my absence, I have no doubt that the great work that goes on in each of the buildings will continue on a daily basis.
In my absence, CHPS community members should follow the normal chain of command regarding any questions or concerns. This means starting at the building level with your child's teacher, contacting your building principal if the concern is not resolved, and, if the concern still remains unresolved, contacting Assistant Superintendent Dr. Justin Smith at email@example.com or (856) 429-5600 extension 4301.
All district business will continue as usual. Board of Education meetings and Board Committee meetings also will take place as scheduled.
I appreciate your positive thoughts, prayers and acts of kindness toward one another in my absence. I look forward to seeing you all again soon!
Superintendent, Cherry Hill Public Schools
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.
Marcus does not only deserve the honor of "Student of the Month", but also the title of "Most Improved Student." He is considerate of others, has a positive attitude toward school, and is working hard to sharpen his academic skills. Marcus is kind, thoughtful, and responsible. These qualities are exhibited through our core values daily.
Cameron is a very hard working, cooperative, pleasant student. He is creative, funny, and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Cameron has very good attendance and demonstrates our core values of respect, responsibility, and citizenship in all his classes. He has shown much growth and maturity, while here at the Alternative High School.
LaCoyya H. Weathington