Photo gallery of the new Gloucester City New Middle School taken at the Open House on August 15, 2017.
All photos by SJO:
The State of New Jersey Schools Development Authority described the project as a “new 122,000 square-foot school…designed for approximately 685 students in grades 4 through 8. The school includes 27 general classrooms, eight special education classrooms, three science classrooms, a cafetorium with stage, gymnasium, media center, computer lab, and administrative offices.”
Screenshot: State of New Jersey Schools Development Authority
Readers also showed their support for the Runnemede Police Department when three of its own, Sgt. William Sampolski, Ptlm. Robert Alexander, and Ptlm. William Ortiz, were honored at the December 6 Council meeting for outstanding police work in apprehending a human trafficking suspect. This article has over 1,000 Facebook shares.
Councilman Paul Sandrock said at the time: “It’s bad timing that a liquor license is to be approved when the business is under scrutiny.” Councilman Jim D’Angelo expressed concern that a non-renewal would set the town up for potential lawsuits that would cost the town money.
The post also features many officers from the Bellmawr Police Department who were promoted and honored with Proclamations during that meeting.