With the unofficial tally in, the school budget was voted down by nearly 400 votes in yesterday’s election. That means its back to the drawing board.
Does this mean that Mt. Misery will finally be dropped? It will be a sharpening of the pencils over at Mahlberg to figure out how to proceed from here.
While the region’s public school districts struggle with cuts in state aid that could affect programs and property taxes, the Camden Diocese has been changing how its schools operate to retain current students and attract new ones despite a bleak…
The Cherry Hill Education Foundation is already preparing for the popular Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars to be held on Sunday evening, April 19, 2009, at 7:00 P.M. at the Cherry Hill High School West New Auditorium.
Members of the Audience will vote for their favorite pair in this fundraising event.
Adding to the fun: West Principal, Joe Meloche, has agreed to perform again; East teacher, Greg Gagliardi, will M.C. the production. More teachers and administrators will be announced in the coming months. Tickets for reserved seating are on sale now online at cherryhilleducationfoundation.com and at Cherry Hill High Schools East and West.
If you are intersted in the early childhood program, the Barclay Early Childhood Center is now accepting applications for Pre-School Children for the 2009-2010 school year. Children must be ages 3 or 4 before October 1, 2009. The application period ends March 2, 2009. Applications are available at the Barclay School or on the website at http://barclay.chclc.org . Barclay will host an open house (for adults only) on February 18 at 10 am. Please note that the tuition for this 2-1/2 hour, five day/week program is currently set at $95 per month ($950/year). Questions? Please contact Barclay at (856) 429-7283, ext. 4010.