About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise.
The Give to Goodwill Drive is a district-wide community service project.
The five-year contract, retroactive, July 1, 2022 –June 30, 2027, includes an average salary increase of 3.35 percent for the first four years, and 3.40 percent in year five with additional dollars allocated in the first year to improve starting salaries for teachers and secretaries.
Siddharth was notified recently that he advanced from National Merit Finalist to National Merit Scholar.
The sensory-friendly program at Shore was made possible thanks to training and guidance from autism experts at Atlantic County Special Services School District and through a generous donation from an anonymous family.
The district is proud that a balanced budget could be put forth for approval.
ARP and ESSER II grants will cover start-up costs to help students get involved and reacclimate to in-person schooling.
Partnership provides an added layer of support to connect students, staff, and families to mental health and substance use treatment providers.
Both will be honored at the annual Women’s Conference at Seton Hall University, which will be held in March 2022.
Jordan Cravins, senior, and Vicky Carvajal, junior, received The Art Excellence Award at this year’s Annual Burlington County High School Student Exhibition.