All elementary and middle school students will be dismissed on an early dismissal schedule from Monday, November 28 through Thursday, December 1, 2016 for conferences. Middle schools will dismiss at 12:15 pm. Elementary schools will dismiss at 1 pm. Friday, December 2, 2106 will be a full day for all students. The Barclay Early Childhood Center will follow its regular schedule all week.
In the November 18, 2016 issue of the District e-newsletter, CHPS WEEKLY, Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche reminds us about what a diverse, inclusive and positive atmosphere we all value and can help to maintain in the Cherry Hill Public Schools. If you don't yet receive CHPS WEEKLY, you may view the archived issues by clicking here. To subscribe, please scroll down this page and enter your information in the boxes on the lower right section of the page, under the headline "Sign up for the CHPS Weekly Newsletter!"
Congratulations to Cherry Hill Board of Education incumbent candidate Jane Scarpellino and candidates Ruth Schultz and Edward Wang, who won the three open Board seats in the November 8 election. Each will serve a three-year term. The Cherry Hill Public Schools thanks all of the candidates who ran for these volunteer positions.
All community members are encouraged to take part in the District's strategic planning work, "Cherry Hill Schools 2020: A Clear Vision for the Future." Please be sure to read about the Board's goals and to submit your input regarding what you would envision for the future of CHPS on the "live" document found on this web site under the Board of Education pull down menu at www.chclc.org/board-of-education/vision-for-the-future. Additionally, Community Conversation meetings will take place on November 3 at Cherry Hill High School East, November 14 at Cherry Hill High School West – both at 7 pm – and on December 7 at the Malberg Administration Building at 2 pm. These meetings will offer the opportunity for Dr. Meloche to answer your questions and listen to your ideas.
Please click here for a letter from Dr. Meloche regarding state assessments or commercially-developed assessments that will be administered during the academic year.
Congratulations to the Cherry Hill High School East Marching Band on finishing their 2016 season with the highest rating of "Superior" at the Pennsbury High School Annual Marching Band Festival. Drum Major Aliya Yu earned the Best Drum Major Award. The Cherry Hill East Marching Band will bring their award-winning field show to the East vs. West football game halftime show Wednesday, November 23. The game starts at 6 pm at Morris Stadium.