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Week of Respect at MES

Merchantville School kicked off the Week of Respect on October 7th with lesson in the PE classes. Throughout the week, students learned about being respectful and making great decisions that represent themself and Merchantville School well. MES continued to stress the importance of respecting each other as classroom lessons were…
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MES Goes Viral

Merchantville School kicked of the 2019-2020 Renaissance school year with a GO VIRAL! assembly reminding students to make positive connections with each other. Our school is proud to remind students about the importance of treating each other with respect. GO VIRAL is a new 40 minute multi-media experience from Camfel…
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2019-20 Teachers & Pictures

Merchantville School is excited to allow parents to view their child's schedule on RealTime starting on Friday, August 16th. Information has been mailed to parents with login instructions. Parents must acknowledge certain forms and then will be able to view their child's schedule and teachers. Picture Day Information, links and…
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School Website Gets a Makeover

Merchantville School's website has a new layout and look powered by Frontline Education. Frontline is a school administration software that helps districts proactively manage people and processes for greater student success. The Quick Links on the website allow parents of students in Merchantville School to access and change demographic information,…
Published in Elementary

Latin Studies at SPS

Saint Peter School in Merchantville has rounded out its curriculum with a Latin Studies program for students in all grades. Principal Joseph Saffioti said that nine students from Saint Pete's were recognized for their stellar marks on the National Latin Exam. The test, which is administered globally, requires students to…
Published in Elementary

MES Improvement Project

See what happens when a community comes to the help of a school in need. This project was produced to present an overview of school building improvements and to thank the community who made it possible. Albert Vitiello a content producer/editor with over 20 years success working in all aspects…
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July BOE Meeting

Agenda items for approval at the July 23rd Board of Education meeting included extending the Early Dismissal time for Merchantville School to 12:45 p.m. - previously 12:30 - Early Dismissal Days will run from 8:20 – 12:45 with bag lunches being served to all students in the school. Approval of …
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MES Science Camp

Merchantville School is happy to host two wonderful programs for students this summer. Both camps will be hosted at Merchantville School from August 5th - 9th and will be lead by our own teachers at Merchantville School. First, our Camp Invention is back for a second year and is open…
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Vacation Bible School

Seeds of Life "The Incredible Race" Summer Camp, at 1st Presbyterian Church, 10 West Maple Avenue, Merchantville, will explore God’s love for the nations as we travel around the world. We’ll uncover fun clues, attempt fascinating challenges, and discover how the events that happened before, during, and after the tower…
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Scarlet Promise Grants

Rutgers University has announced a new endowment called Scarlet Promise Grants. This program grew out of the Task Force on Student Aid and the Task Force on Philanthropy as commissioned by the Rutgers’ Board of Trustees. The student aid task force found that a growing number of students are unable…
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Summer Programs at CCHS

Camden Catholic offers a wide array of summer experiences for students in grammar and middle school. Each camper is required to complete a medical form, provide immunization records, and receive parent permission in order to participate. Summer Programs fees range from $150-450 and include: Theater, Theatre Tech Camp, High School…
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