Pipeline Testing May 1-19 Expected to Cause Loud Noises Throughout Cherry Hill

Sunoco Pipeline L.P. (SPLP) owns and operates a 16" high pressure petroleum products pipeline that traverses Cherry Hill Township.

Beginning the week of May 1, 2017, Sunoco Pipeline will be hydro testing the pipe, as well as purging all of the product from the pipeline. The testing is expected to be completed the week of May 15, 2017. The venting process may produce loud sounds at times.

An aerial photo depicting where the pipeline runs in relation to our schools is available by clicking here.


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

HIB Grade Report

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

School Highlights

J.F. Cooper Elementary and Beck Middle School Math Teams Earn Big Wins at Math Tournament

Student members of J.F. Cooper Elementary School's 5th grade math club, Math Mania, earned multiple first place awards at the Perennial Math Tournanment at Rowan University on April 22, 2017. The 10 student members of Math Mania, Jakayla Adams, Mohit Pathak, Jason Adams, Eva Fields, Reno Rudi, Valerie Wang, Ty Lawrence, Liam Gonzalez, Garv Signal and David Borsky, all participated in the tournament. Mohit Pathak placed 1st in the 5th grade individual competition out of 33 fifth graders competing from throughout the state. Team 22, pictured – Jakayla Allen, Mohit Pathak, Jason Adams, Reno Rudi and Eva Fields – placed 1st out of 12 teams in the fifth grade team competition. The first place winners now have the option of competing at the national competition. Congratulations to all of the Math Mania members and to club advisers Mrs. Christine Guglielmucci, Mrs. Jill Trainor, and Ms. Asia Brown!

Fifteen 6th graders from Beck participated in the Perennial Math Tournament as well. Beck dominated the 6th grade individual competition, taking 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Beck also won the 6th grade group competition with a perfect score. The students are now eligible to take part in the national competition in May. Winners are: 3rd place – Trey Davis-Cortez; 2nd place – Derrin Lerner, Sean Kunz; 1st place – Grant Yoon; Group Competition – Daniel Cohen, Grant Yoon, Rami Awad, Sean Kunz and Derrin Lerner. Congratulations to all!




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