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Back in Session

Merchantville School re-opened after Spring Break on Monday, April 12th and starting today, Friday, April 16th, in-person students from Kindergarten to 8th Grade will attend 5 days a week from 8:20 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. or 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Their Re-Opening plans are published in English and Spanish…
Published in Elementary, COVID-19

Scholastic Book Fair

Merchantville Elementary School is hosting an Online Book Fair from Tuesday, April 13th through Monday, April 26th. This Book Fair helps our students discover new books, favorite characters, and more. Every purchase earns our school rewards for much needed resources. To participate you can set up a safe, cashless way…
Published in Elementary

Child Care Center Closing

The Trinity United Methodist Church Child Care Center will not be reopening, after being closed since March, 2020, due to the pandemic. This decision was reached in early March by the Trinity Leadership Team after a review of the church’s finances and the status of the Center. When the Child…
Published in Pre-school

Basic Skills Position

The Merchantville School District is hiring a Basic Skills Instructor (Anticipated Grades K – 5).This is a one to two year position to assist in accelerating learning starting September, 2021. Proper certification required: Elementary School Teacher in Grades K-6 or Teacher of Supplemental Instruction in Reading and Math Grades K-8.…
Published in Schools

MES "Let's Talk about Race"

Next week on Wednesday March 24th at 7:00 p.m., Merchantville PTA's DEI Committee and C.O.L.L.A.B. will host Dr. Nyeema Watson, Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Inclusion and Civic Engagement at Rutger's University, to present a discussion on "Let's Talk about Race". Dr. Watson is an experienced leader in civic and community…
Published in Elementary

Kindness Rocks

It's been a long year and in times like these we can all benefit from an uplifting message! Lucky for us, Merchantville School's National Junior Honor Society wants to better our outlook on life through their "Kindness Rocks Project" - spreading positivity and good cheer across town in the simplest…
Published in Schools, Life

February Knights Knews

Catch up on what's happening at MES in the Knights Knews. This month's issue includes an article on unexpected good outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic, by Dylan Gilliss, Hailee Nevedomsky, Evelyn Kerr, Caroline Hoffmann, Luka Barnhart and Liam Howe; a dreamy tomato soup recipe, by Sean Bristow; pieces on space…
Published in Schools

MES Honors Students

This week students from Merchantville School received in-person and virtual school year first trimester awards. Congratulations go out to MES 6th graders who received First Honors - students who received straight A's. Keep up the great work Daisy, Caroline, Elliot, Julia, Frankie, Massimo, Jillian, Julian & Grayden. Shout out to…
Published in Elementary

Merchantville UKNIGHTed Signs

Merchantville School PTA is selling yard signs to help you show your Merchantville pride and benefit the PTA. Signs are $20 each and feature the words Merchantville UnKnighted on a white background. Signs are 1-sided and can be paid by cash or check on delivery. To order your sign please …
Published in Elementary

Haunted Circus Train Parade

Spread the Word - this year Merchantville's 8th Grade presents a safe Halloween experience for all little and big monsters in Monsterville - a Haunted Circus Train float parade! The parade will begin on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. - map & parade route. The MES Haunted House…
Published in Elementary

Merchantville BOE Candidates

On the ballot in November, are three (3) three-year board member positions and one (1) unexpired Board of Education term with two (2) candidates running: Amanda Aaron and Kelli Mouzon. Amanda Aaron, MSN, BSN, was appointed to the BOE in July to fill a temporary vacancy. She was born and…
Published in Schools
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