“We, the stakeholders of Rosa International Middle School, believe in embracing collaboration, promoting individual responsibility and fostering acceptance and respect for all members of the school and the international community through a rigorous and compassionate interdisciplinary program that cultivates lifelong learning with the aim of creating a more peaceful global community."
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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, and follow the recommendations in the self-assessment. 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.
Recording of Board of Education Candidate Forum Available on YouTube
The Cherry Hill Zone PTA hosted a Board of Education Candidate Forum, moderated by the League of Women Voters, on Sunday, October 1, 2023 at 7 pm. A video of the forum is available for viewing on our YouTube channel.
The biographies of the seven candidates running for three open seats are now available online. The biographies, listed in ballot order, are published as written by the candidates, unedited.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
CHPS Awarded $250,000 Grant to Fund Tree Planting
WE are celebrating our $250,000 grant award to fund tree planting at our schools! Marking Climate Week, September 17-24, Commissioner of Environmental Protection Shawn M. LaTourette, Sustainable Jersey and The College of New Jersey announced the award of $4.55 million in grants to fund the planting of trees at 34 public schools, colleges, and universities in the state. Funded by Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) auction proceeds, the Trees for Schools grant program will help mitigate climate change through the planting of more than 3,000 trees across the state, many in overburdened communities and those experiencing elevated temperatures due to insufficient numbers of trees and an excess of paved areas. Awarded grants range from $12,000 to $250,000.
WE will now work with the Trees for Schools project team to develop our tree project design and will participate in tree-planting workshops. The tree plantings are scheduled for spring 2024.
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