Do you have an opinion about the District's World Language Program? All community members are encouraged to take the World Language Program Survey, open through September 26, 2017.
Road construction on Chapel Ave. westbound toward Merchantville will likely cause considerable delays in that area. The Chapel Ave. construction project is expected to continue through November.
Each year, we ask parents to complete important beginning-of-the-year "paperwork" on the Parents portal of this web site to ensure all student information is up-to-date. The portal includes full, step-by-step instructions for this process, with links applicable to your child's or children's grade level(s). Families unable to complete this process online may pick up paper forms at the main office of their school(s). Please complete this important information by September 15, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact the main office of your child's school.
On August 22, 2017, the Board of Education adopted Policy 8550: Unpaid Meal Charges/Outstanding Food Service Charges. This policy details the management of a student's breakfast or lunch bill that is in arrears.
Please bring your own coffee or favorite beverage and join Dr. Meloche at one or more of our 12 informal Saturday meetings to discuss our long-range Strategic Plan and the 2018 Bond Referendum. A meeting will take place at each of our elementary schools from 9-10:30 am. The next meeting will be held at Bret Harte Elementary on October 14, 2017. Please see the Saturday Coffee with the Superintendent Calendar for a complete list of dates!
Cherry Hill Public Schools is committed to ensuring that our websites are accessible to everyone and we are working toward full ADA compliance by January 2018. We encourage our community to assist us by filling out an Accessibility Issue Form, should you encounter an area of our site that is not accessible while using assistive technology.
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.