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  • The educational community at Thomas Paine will provide and build a quality educational environment focused on the positive values of Respect, Responsibility, Resilience, and Active Citizenship to instill a sense of honor within our students allowing them to reach high academic standards while preparing them to succeed in a diverse and constantly changing world.

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  • Board of Education Appoints Supervisor of Special Projects

    On June 25, 2024, the Board of Education will act upon the Superintendent's recommendation to appoint Ms. Carole Roskoph as Supervisor of Special Projects for the Cherry Hill Public Schools beginning July 1, 2024. 

    Please read the letter from Dr. Morton, sent to the West community on June 20, 2024, in anticipation of this appointment.

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  • Communication Audit Results Available

    WE thank the members of the Cherry Hill Public Schools community who participated in the comprehensive Communication Audit conducted earlier this year by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). The full Audit Report is now available online.  

    In the coming weeks, the District will be determining next steps for improving communication based on the recommendations in the report, and will share those plans with the community.

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  • Three CHPS Schools Earn Promising Practice Designations from Character.org

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    WE congratulate John A. Carusi Middle School, Woodcrest Elementary School, and Joyce Kilmer Elementary School for their 2024 Promising Practice Awards from Character.org! Carusi is recognized for its "Reverse Inclusion: Mustangs Mentoring Mustangs" program; Kilmer is recognized for their Dr. Martin Luther King Service Project; and Woodcrest is recognized for its "StoryWalks" program. “Each of these programs and initiatives have demonstrated significant impact and strongly align with the principles that help schools and organizations cultivate a culture of character,” said Dr. Arthur Schwartz, president of Character.org. More information about the Promising Practice award is on the organization's website.

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