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 exploration, by Josh Carey and Zoey Middleton; Gabriel Smith's article on his summer adventure in Maine; learning more about Ms. Bickel, by Lucas Brown; and, artwork by Knights in the Hall. All students are welcome to participate by submitting articles, drawings, pictures or writing pieces.



MES Meals Continue

Merchantville School is committed to providing food to the students of Merchantville and this process will continue to be available on Mondays while the building closure is in effect. Grab and go breakfast and lunches for the week were distributed on Tuesday, May 26th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm., because school was closed on Memorial Day.  To pick-up meals students should use the door by the playground to enter the building. This service is open to all resident students in Merchantville and Haddon Heights High School. For the remainder of this year, there will be no cost to families for meal pick up.  The District has been notified that a waiver was approved for the state.  At this time, all students in the district who have experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19 may receive meals.  It is important to stress that free lunches now include all students who are experiencing financial hardship and not only those students eligible for free or reduced lunch. If you have difficulty getting to Merchantville School to pick up the lunches, please contact Mr. Strong at 856-663-1091 Ext 512 or through email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Go to top