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Art abounds at MES

Merchantville Elementary School students worked hard in Art class throughout the year. As school comes to a close, their students took a moment to show off some of their work. Thank you to Ms. Baker for giving them a great opportunity to show their artistic side. This is Karen Baker's …

Story Time at the Market

Join Miss Christen from the Merchantville Branch of the Camden County Library System for an all ages family friendly story time this Saturday, June 8 at 11:00 a.m. at the Merchantville Market Off Centre. We will read stories, sing songs, and shake our sillies out. After the story time, join…

School supplies online

Merchantville School Parents! It is that time of year again where you can buy your school supplies online. If you do so between now and June 23rd, the supplies will be delivered to the school before school starts! The School Toolbox website is easy to use and adding multiple children…

MES Science Expo

Merchantville School's Science Expo on 5/30 was a success! Their STEM Escape Room was more challenging—and more humid—than ever, yet all teams thought productively and worked together like champs! Congrats to teams Drama Llama Ding Dong and Taco Cat for escaping the rooms first in their age groups. These groups…

Hiring on Agenda

On the BOE agenda for the May 29th public meeting is the approval of two new hires. Krista Travaglini in the newly created position of Director of Equity, Curriculum and Instruction at a starting salary of $87,500, and Nicole Jones for 6 hours a week of instruction for the Summer…

MES sweeps essay awards

Congratulations toMerchantville School students Jessica Katzberg, Tim Rocchi and Ava Kelly and teacher, Dina Turan, in winning the 2019 American Legion of Merchantville/Pennsauken essay contest about Americanism. Our MES students took first, second and third place in this annual competition sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary for grades third (3)…

HS band and guard win

Merchantville PTA congratulations to the Haddon Heights Indoor Color Guard teams and the Haddon Heights High School Indoor Percussion Group on their performances at the South Jersey Region 1 Championships. The color guard High Voltage (High School) placed Silver, and the percussion group placed 4th with their amazing 2019 program,…

Annie Jr. at SPS

St. Peter School is proud to announce that our very own students will be performing our 2019 school musical, "Annie Jr." on Thursday, May 16th at 7:00 p.m., Friday, May 17th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, May 18th at 2:00 p.m. SPS rolled out its new performing arts club, the…

Former CCHS coach passes

Camden Catholic High School mourns the passing of one of our greatest honorary alumni, Coach Jim Delaney, former football coach and faculty member. Coach Delaney is revered among generations of alumni for his legendary coaching style, mentorship and inspirational leadership. He coached the Irish to 62 wins in a total…

BOE 2019-20 Budget Presentation

The Merchantville Board of Education will present their 2019-20 school district budget, followed by a public hearing at the Tuesday, April 30th, meeting. NJAC 6:19-2.7(a) requires the Merchantville Board of Education adopt and submit a formal Board resolution to approve the 2019-2020 school budget as presented by the administration. The…

Heights hosts college talk

On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, the President of Camden County College, Mr. Donald A. Borden, and staff will be presenting to Haddon Heights High School juniors and seniors on various collegiate topics. Throughout the year, the High School administration has reached out and met with student leaders and discussed several…
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