More Road Construction Related Road Closures to Begin Monday, April 24, 2017

Beginning Monday, April 24 through Friday, April 28, Kresson Road will be closed between 561 & Brace Road for water main installation. The detour will be in effect from 9 am until 3 pm. The signs are posted and the route will detour traffic via 561 and Brace Road to get around this area.

Beginning Wednesda,y April 26 through Friday, April 28, Heartwood Road will be closed between Lark Lane and Morris Drive (including the intersection of Morris). The roadway will be milled and paved. No vehicular traffic will be permitted on the surface until paving is complete. The detour for traffic will be in effect from 8 am until 4 pm. Signs will be posted for the route. Traffic on Morris drive will be diverted onto Country Club Drive via Queen and Morris Drive.

CHPS Earns Recognition as NJ 2017 District of Character

The New Jersey Alliance for Social, Emotional and Character Development (NJASECD) has named the Cherry Hill Public Schools a 2017 New Jersey District of Character. The District will maintain this status for three years, through 2019. The District will be honored at a recognition ceremony during the NJASECD Conference in May at Rider University. The District application now will be forwarded to character.org for consideration as a 2017 National District of Character.

Congratulations to District of Character Committee Chair Dr. Kirk Rickansrud and his team for a job well done in assembling the lengthy and detailed application to earn this prestigious designation.

Important Information on New PARCC Graduation Requirements


Anti-Bullying Information

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LaCoyya H. Weathington
Director of Pupil Services
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
45 Ranoldo Terrace
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
(856) 429-5600 x4431

School Highlights

Rosa International Middle School Earns National Music Program Award for Third Year in a Row

Rosa International Middle School has been honored, for the third year in a row, with the SupportMusic Merit Award from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Rosa is one of only 1 percent of schools in the nation to be recognized with this prestigious award in 2017.

The SupportMusic Merit Award recognizes individual schools that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.

This award recognizes that Rosa is leading the way with music learning opportunities as outlined in the new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The legislation, signed into law in December 2015 and awaiting state implementation, designates music and the arts as important elements of a well-rounded education for all children.

Rosa International Middle School music teachers Sue Mark, Jack Murtha and Scott Graser share the same vision for the music program: to offer every child a wide array of musical experiences and performance opportunities so as to broaden their understanding of and connection with music. They strive to make a connection with every child, allowing them to explore their talents and express themselves through various musical venues. The Rosa music program, under the direction of music teachers Mrs. Sue Mark, Mr. Jack Murtha and Mr. Scott Graser, boasts enrollment numbers of more than 500 in a school of 820 students. Their three bands, jazz band, two orchestras, three choruses, two a cappella groups, an Orff ensemble, recorder ensemble and large musical theater program offer students a broad choice of musical experiences. Besides the normal concert series, Rosa also features a piano recital, vocal solo night, small-group chamber night and multiple community performances throughout the year. Congratulations to all who work to help the Rosa music program thrive!



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