Thanks to parent involvement in applying for the grant, Barton has designated the funds to an interior school beautification project. The improvements include new school entryway and water fountain rugs designed with the school logo and colors, as well as paint and materials from Lowe's to repaint the school hallways in Barton's colors. This bright, new look will be ready for the beginning of school and volunteer painters -- rising 6th graders and older -- are still needed! Middle and high school students may earn community service hours. Email email@example.com if interested.
Congratulations Barton Elementary on earning a $5,000 grant from Lowe's Home Improvement! Principal Sean Sweeney is one of the volunteer painters!
Summer reading lists for rising 6th through 12th graders are now available! Click on the desired list below to download. Links can also be found in the Student Portal.
We welcome Mark Cowell to the Interim Superintendent position, beginning July 1. Mr. Cowell comes to us as a retired Superintendent from the Pemberton School District. Before becoming Superintendent he held the positions of Assistant Superintendent, Business Administrator and Middle School math and science teacher in Pemberton. Mr. Cowell also has experience as an Assistant Personnel Director in the private sector. From 2007 to 2013 he served as a Fiscal Monitor for the NJ Dept of Education in the school districts of Asbury Park, Trenton, Camden and Pleasantville.
Summer Enrichment Classes offered by the Cherry Hill Public Schools still have openings for sessions running August 3-6 and August 10-13. Classes are available for students who are Cherry Hill Township residents in grades 4 through rising 12th graders.