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2022 Summer Enrichment Programs
The Cherry Hill Public School District is offering a variety of summer enrichment opportunities at High School EAST for students entering 6th through 10th grades. These classes are designed for fun and enriching a student’s knowledge and skills in a particular area. All classes are taught by Cherry Hill Public Schools teachers.
Dear Parents of 11th Grade Students,
An important form regarding graduation assessment requirements has been published to your Genesis Parent Access portal in your "Forms" tab. The form is named "NJGPA Acknowledgement". A parent/guardian is required to log into their Genesis account, type their name at the bottom of the form, and submit it to acknowledge that they have read the form. The form is being published to student accounts as well for informational purposes. Parents will be unable to access any other area of their Parent Access account until the form has been submitted.
Click the link below for more information
East COVID Remote learning Protocol
East COVID Remote learning Protocol will include the following steps-
- Families will complete the following Form
- Grade level offices will process these requests within 24 hours and send the activation notification out to families
- Teachers will have up to an additional two days to prepare for remote instruction and activate the Google Meet link
- This Meet link should appear at the top of a teacher’s Classroom but alternative procedures may be sent out by the instructor
- Should a teacher be absent for an extended period of time, your child will be provided asynchronous assignments
*Please note- all families that have not received a response from the nurses’ office should complete the form above.
Further information can be found at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website.
Temporary Remote Learning - COVID Related
The Cherry Hill Public Schools' "The Road Forward - Continuity of Learning Guide 2021-2022" has been updated to expand the qualifications for temporary remote learning for students.
Temporary remote learning will be available for students in grades Pre-K-12 for any COVID-related issue including but not limited to the following:
- Students identified as close contacts
- Students awaiting access to a COVID test
- Students awaiting COVID testing results
- Students quarantining due to travel
- Students who have self-screened at home and are experiencing symptoms as specified on the COVID-19 At-Home Screening Checklist
- Students exposed to a COVID positive relative
These students will have access to live remote learning. Each school will have a process for sharing assignments with these students and/or login information if attending classes via livestream. There will be a waiting period of 1-3 days (depending on the school/class) to begin live temporary remote learning so that teachers can properly prepare for students to join their classes remotely. If the classroom teacher is absent for an extended period of time and a substitute is covering the class, students will engage in asynchronous learning posted to the Google classroom.
Temporary live remote learning will not be available for students who are absent/home sick for non-COVID reasons
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Reminder to Complete COVID-19 Screening Checklist, Stay Home if Experiencing Symptoms or Awaiting COVID-19 Test Results
IMPORTANT REMINDER TO ALL PARENTS: Please be sure to have your children take the District's daily self assessment each morning before they leave for school. If they are experiencing two or more of the symptoms on Column “A” or one of the symptoms on Column “B”, or if they are awaiting COVID-19 test results, they must not report to school. This applies to all students, vaccinated or not. If you have additional questions regarding this matter, please contact your school nurse.
A checklist that can be translated into more than 90 languages via our "Select Language" option at the top left corner of this website also is available. The updated checklist includes the latest guidance from the NJ Department of Health and is ideal for printing and hanging on your refrigerator, bulletin board, bathroom mirror or other prominent area at home.
LaCoyya H. Weathington
Assistant Superintendent, Compliance, Equity and Pupil Services
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
45 Ranoldo Terrace Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
(856) 429-5600 x4367