TeaSt. Peter School Merchantville welcomes sons and daughters, young or old, come spend the afternoon with their mother at our "Tea woth Mother and Fashion Show"! Nibble on finger sandwiches and assorted cookies while enjoying beautiful fashions modeled by our eight graders. For the first year, we will also be having a "Prince and Princess Tea Party" for our younger crowd to attend. To order tickets, contact Jen Dolan at 856-304-9439. Deadline is April 21st through school, but we will also be selling tickets after the masses beginning 4/12/15.



STATEMENT OF THE CASE: Petitioner Merchantville of Education seeks severance of its sending-receiving relationship with respondent Pennsauken Board of Education and seeks to establish a sending-receiving relationship with Haddon Heights Board of Education.

Read more: AJL Decision Grants Merchantville Severance

The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) is pleased to present these annual reports of School Performance. These reports are designed to inform parents, educators and students about how well a school is preparing its students for college and careers. Merchantville Boro

The new School Performance Reports seek to: Focus attention on metrics that are indicative of college and career readiness. Benchmark a school’s performance against other peer schools that are educating similar students, against statewide outcomes, and against state targets to illuminate and build upon a school’s strengths and identify areas for improvement. Improve educational outcomes for students by providing both longitudinal and growth data so that progress can be measured as part of an individual school’s efforts to engage in continuous improvement.

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St. Peter School will be hosting a Fall Open House Sunday, November 3rd, from 10:00 a.m. until noon. Families interested in learning more about our school community are invited to attend. We invite you to come and see all the great things happening here! For more information or to RSVP, please contact Kathy O'Callaghan at 662-4387.

Learn about the Commonc Core Standards and the PARCC assessment on Tuesday, February 24 at 6:30 in the Merchantville Library. The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) is a group of states working together to develop a set of assessments that measure whether students are on track to be successful in college and their careers.

Read more: CCSS & PARCC Information Session

Merchantville School is a one district school that lies at the physical and emotional heart of this historic town. It benefits from unusually high levels of community involvement. Parents, community members, teachers, students, and staff all take an active role in how the school operates and work to maintain and improve the quality of education offered.

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Junior Membership recently announced the top six finalists in the Southern Regional Spelling Bee. After many eliminations and a very tough competition, “orchid” was the winning word. The winners are listed as follows: 1st Place, Zachary Varela, West Deptford; 2nd Place, Roger Crane, Merchantville; 3rd Place, Isabella Turner, Medford; 4th Place, Henrik Hoeldtke, Woodstown; 5th Place, Carson Grabowski, Haddonfield; and 6th Place, Andrew Zappley, Greater Woodbury. http://bit.ly/WVCVxU

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