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JUNE 17, 2016

Relay for Life

District hopes to improve


PARCC performance,
reduce student lateness
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
The Eastern Camden County
Regional School District has released its goals for the 2016-2017
school year.
This year, the district has five
goals it hopes to achieve related to
improving participation and performance rates for future Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career
exams, reducing student lateness,
reducing freshman course failures and examining the districts
internal controls.
In the districts attempt to raise
PARCC participation rates, director of curriculum, instruction
and professional development
Robert Cloutier said the district
would continue to emphasize to
students and parents the importance of PARCC data in terms of
please see DISTRICT, page 13

ZANE CLARK/The Sun

Cancer survivors and caregivers take the first laps around the Beck Middle School gym in Cherry Hill during the Relay for Life of Cherry-Voorhees on May 21. Participants in this years event raised nearly $30,000 for the American Cancer Society in the fight against
cancer.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Committee meeting
Bond ordinances introduced.
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Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1619
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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Voorhees winners include Ashley Smith, Connor Olson,
Greyson Letang, Kylie Adams, Jonah Kutikov,
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its winners for the Mothers Day
Coloring Contest. Published in all
10 of our newspapers, children
from around South Jersey and
Princeton colored a teapot and
teacup and sent their creation to
us.
Winners of the contest received a four-pack of tickets to Sahara Sams!

The winners for Voorhees are:


Ashley Smith, age 14, Connor
Olson, age 3, Greyson Letang, age
5, Kylie Adams, age 6, Kaitlin, age
7, Jonah Kutikov, age 8, Annie
Shack, age 9, Alondra M. Cruz,
age 10, and Danielle London, age
12.
To see the winners entries,
please visit our Facebook page,
www.facebook.com/Voorheessun.

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Best of Best
to recognize
high school
seniors
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
Incorporated Theta Pi Omega
Chapter will hold its fifth annual
Best of Best Awards program to
recognize 60 high school seniors
in Burlington, Camden and
Gloucester counties. These students have excelled academically
and are involved in extra-curricular activities in their high school
and communities. These students are our future leaders.
The sorority will award more
than $10,000 in scholarships, including six academic scholarships, two from each county and
one scholarship to a student attending a historically black college or university. In addition,
students will receive a gift card
and thumb drive. Last month, the
sorority awarded more than
$30,000 in scholarships and book
awards at its biennial Debutante
Ball.
The keynote speaker will be
Lloyd Freeman, Esq. from Archer
& Greiner, PC in Haddonfield.
Freeman has a passion for service through professional and civic
organizations.
The event will take place Saturday, June 4 at the Mansion, 3000
Main Street in Voorhees from 9
a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

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in our opinion

Would legalizing pot be good?


Too many unknowns exist for us to agree to that
he taboo that hovered over
marijuana for years is rapidly
evaporating into a puff of
white smoke. Gone are the Reefer
Madness days with the belief that
marijuana does significant harm to a
persons body. Gone, too, seems to be
the belief that marijuana is a gateway to more serious drugs.
Across the country, marijuana laws
have loosened from legal medical
marijuana in states such as New Jersey to the decriminalization of it in
Philadelphia to the full legalization of
it for recreational use in states such as
Colorado.
Pot is now more of a socially-accepted practice, and its becoming a big
business one that advocates for its
legalization in New Jersey say could
reap $300 million in sales tax revenue
per year.
A joint report released by the New
Jersey United Marijuana Reform and
New Jersey Policy Perspective said almost 370,000 people in New Jersey 21
and older use marijuana illegally on a

Share your thoughts


What are your thoughts on legalizing
marijuana for recreational use? Share
your thoughts on this, and other topics,
through a letter to the editor.

monthly basis, according to federal


data. The consumption of 2.53 million
ounces of weed a year, at the street
price of $343 per ounce, nets about
$869 million in sales.
The report estimates that if New
Jersey were to legalize pot, control its
sale like that of alcohol and tax it at 25
percent, that could result in quite the
boost to the states economy.
Representatives from the group and
other weed advocates say its time for
the full legalization. Gov. Christie has
said for a long time that he will not be
the governor to sign such a bill into
law, but he leaves office after next year.
Starting in 2018, then, its at least a
possibility that legalized marijuana
for recreational use will come up for a
vote in the Legislature.

Dan McDonough Jr.

Were glad that discussion is most


likely two years away, because we
dont feel theres enough solid information on the effects of legalized marijuana to say the money is worth it.
At the forefront of this lack of information, for us, is the absence of clear
knowledge of the effect of legalizing
pot on impaired driving. Colorado, for
example, handles stoned driving as
a DUI, no different than being under
the influence of alcohol. But there are
no field tests to see whether a driver is
stoned, and blood tests only say the pot
was in a persons system recently, not
necessarily at the time he or she was
driving.
There are plenty of other concerns,
too, such as the long-term effects of
prolonged use of marijuana, whether
its something we should be promoting
and whether were legalizing it just for
the windfall of cash.
Theres a lot to think about, a lot to
study and a lot to discuss.
Were just glad we wont have to do
that soon.

Annual Summer Concert Series returns on June 16


Warm weather offers the opportunity to
relax and enjoy the outdoors.
The Voorhees Township Committee is
pleased to welcome the summer of 2016
and our 13th Annual Summer Concert Series to be held on the "Great Lawn" at Connolly Park. We are excited to present another fun-filled summer of free entertainment.
The first show is Thursday, June 16 (rain
date Sunday, June 19) and will feature the
return of our most popular show, Bruce
in the USA, the world's No. 1 tribute to
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band.

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The second show is Thursday, July 21
and will feature Parrot Beach, the Jimmy
Buffett tribute band. Parrot Beach captures the laid back attitude and authentic
tropical sounds for which Buffett is famous. Soak up the beach experience and
enjoy a Cheeseburger in Paradise.
On Thursday, Aug. 11 we welcome the return of EagleMania-The World's Greatest
Eagles Tribute Band. EagleMania has dedicated itself to faithfully reproducing the

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JUNE 17, 2016 THE VOORHEES SUN 7

Committee introduces bond ordinances

Something for everyone


this summer

Ordinances include installation of turf soccer fields, improvements to township


buildings and grounds, road improvements, traffic signal work, more

By Freeholder Jeffrey Nash

By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
With the 2016 municipal budget
now passed, Voorhees Township
Committee has moved on to the
introduction of this years round
of major bond ordinances to fund
various projects around the township.
Committee officially introduced the bond ordinances for
first reading at its May 23 meeting, with the combined ordinances reaching more than $5
million.
Bond ordinances introduced at
the meeting include $1.2 million
for the installation of turf soccer
fields, nearly $400,000 for improvements to various township
buildings and grounds, $1.6 million for road improvements, $1.1
million for sewer utility equipment and sewer utility system improvements, about $180,000 for
traffic signal work and $1.2 million for the purchase of township
vehicles and equipment.
Township manager Larry
Spellman outlined some of the
less straightforward items, and
said much of the money for improvements to township buildings will go toward roof and
HVAC replacement at the
Voorhees Township Police building.
Spellman also said much of the
sewer funds would go toward
work to the Beagle Club Pump
Station and work on the Homer
Avenue sewer line.
For the traffic signal work,
Spellman said the township
would be adding left turn signals
to certain lights as well as installing sensors in places to
change the lights from red to
green for cars that are waiting at
lights with no other directions of
traffic at that time.
In regard to the purchase of
township vehicles and equipment, Spellman said the majority
of funds would go toward police
vehicles, public works trucks and
a trash truck.
In other news:
Committee passed a resolution to submit the 2015 recycling

tonnage grant application. The


grant allows the township to draw
from a state fund made available
to municipalities to encourage
local source separation and recycling programs.
Spellman said the township increased its recycling rate by 2.5
percent last year or by about 1,200
tons, which equates to more than
$157,000 in additional funds.

Spellman attributed the increase to the townships new sidearm recycling trucks.
Committee adopted an
amendment to the townships
policies and procedures for personnel.
According to Spellman, the
change ensures township employplease see BID, page 14

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The
Camden
County Freeholder
Board is proud to
present the 2016
Park Events Guide
featuring the 25th
Anniversary Season
of the Sunset Jazz
series at Wiggins
Waterfront
Park
with Kirk Franklin,
Spyro Gyra and Michael McDonald
just to name a few.
Just in time for you to plan your
summer fun, the guide will help you
and your family to enjoy another
great season of entertainment in
Camden Countys parks.
Many
events are free, with programming
that will please everyone from toddlers to seniors. Whatever your interest music, movies, sports or family
entertainment theres something for
everyone in Camden Countys Parks.
Currently, the online version of the
2016 Park Events Guide is available at
www.camdencounty.com. Look for
your copy to arrive in your mailbox
soon. In the guide youll find all the
information your family needs for a
season of no-cost or low-cost fun
thats hard to beat.
This year promises to be the best
yet, with events like Workout on the
Waterfront, the Caribbean Festival
and the Antique Fire Apparatus
Show. Plus, the return the 4th of July
Freedom Festival, our concerts in the
parks, pet-friendly events, programs
for people with disabilities, walks,
runs and more.
Enjoy Lisa Loeb and the John
Byrne Band at Haddon Lake Parks
Sundown Music Series or the Fabulous Grease Band and Stan Wades
Trammps performing as part of the
On the Road Concert Series. Dont
miss the City Rhythm Orchestra or
Pure Prairie League as they take the
stage of the Twilight Concert Series

at Cooper River Park.


Have family fun at
Kidzfest in Challenge
Grove Park or watching
Minions and Zootopia at
the Starlight Movie Series. At Challenge
Grove Park, Jakes
Place is a playground
where all children of all
abilities can play together and Boundless Field hosts Miracle League Baseball games.
Want more? Try sporting events,
workshops and walks to support your
favorite charity. There are also bike
and hiking trails, nature trails and
Bark in the Park at the dog park in
Timber Creek Park.
My colleagues on the Freeholder
Board and I know how much residents enjoy the outdoors, and we
strive to continually improve Camden
Countys parks so that they provide
maximum entertainment and fun for
you and your family. Our parks have
facilities that can be reserved, including baseball fields, volleyball courts
and picnic groves by calling (856) 2162173.
The green space of the Camden
County Parks System offers you over
2,000 acres of natural settings for picnics, family gatherings, sporting
events, beautiful waterways for fishing and boating, a wealth of playgrounds and a variety of ball fields
that are close to home. Dont miss out
on the fun, I know I wont.
For
more
information
on
Camden County, please visit
www.camdencounty.com. If you have
any other questions about County
services, please call me at
(856) 225-5466, or email me at
jnash@camdencounty.com. Also, you
can like us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/camdencountynj and follow us on Twitter @camdencountynj.

CALENDAR

PAGE 8

WEDNESDAY JUNE 1
Crochet and Knit Program: Adult. 4
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Crocheters and
knitters gather to work on projects. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Breath, Water, Sound Yoga: Adult.
6:15 p.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road.
Learn simple yet profoundly
effective tools to let go of emotional, mental and physical stress
easily from your system. David
uses a multifaceted yogic
approach involving breath, water,
sound, humor, postures, knowledge and group dynamics to
access more energy and relaxation. No prior experience needed and very gentle.
Wednesday Movies: Grades six to
12. 6:30 p.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road.
Teens and tweens join the library
for movies, popcorn and themed
crafting. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Brain Tumor Support Group: 6 to 7

p.m. at The Ripa Center for


Women, 1011 Main Street Promenade. A support group for people
with brain tumors and those who
care about them. Free, but registration
required
at
www.events.cooperhealth.org.

THURSDAY JUNE 2
Structured Pattern Drawing:
Grades six to 12. 4:30 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. Join the library for
drawing using structured patterns, similar to creating Zentangle
squares.
Register
at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Next Chapter Book Club: Adult. 7
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Adults and older teens with intellectual or
developmental disabilities meet
weekly to read and talk about
books in a casual, enjoyable
group. More information at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
MOMS Club of Cherry Hill East and
Voorhees meeting: General
membership meeting. For details,
email
membership@mom-

sclubcherryhill.org
or
visit
www.momsclubcherryhill.org for
information.
NAMI Support Group: To provide
mutual support, education and
advocacy for individuals, families
and friends of persons affected
by severe and persistent mental
illness. 6 to 8 p.m. at M. Allan
Vogelson Library, Camden County Library Branch. Questions, call
Gale at (856) 701-8143.
Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club:
7:15 a.m. at Short Hills Deli &
Restaurant, 486 East Evesham
Road, No. 103, Cherry Hill. For
more information, visit www.
voorheesbreakfastrotary.org.
Voorhees Central Chapter of BNI
Breakfast: 7 a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main St. BNI is a business and professional referral
organization. For more information, visit www.bnidvr.com.
BNI Marlton Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main
St., Voorhees. BNI is a business
and professional networking
referral organization. Join us to
learn more about how to grow

JUNE 17, 2016


Come with your knitting needles,
crochet hooks and yarn for an
informal session with yarn enthusiasts. From beginners to
advanced. All ages welcome.
Congregation Beth El: Shabbat
service at 6 p.m. based on traditional liturgy and infused with
spirit by upbeat melodies and
camaraderie. 8000 Main St.,
Voorhees.
Hands & Foot Card Game for Senior Citizens: 1:30 p.m. in room A
or C on the third floor, Voorhees
Branch Library, 203 Laurel Road.
Questions, call Jeanne McCabe at
(856) 784-4676.

your business. Call Ray for details


at (609) 760-0624.

FRIDAY JUNE 3
First Notes: Ages 2 and under at
10:15 a.m. and ages 2 to 5 at 11:15
a.m. at Voorhees Branch Library
at 203 Laurel Road. An interactive music enrichment program
for the next generation of music
performers and enthusiasts.
Hosted by the Music Training
Center in Marlton. Register at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Senior Card Group: Seniors. 12:45
p.m. Voorhees Branch Library at
203 Laurel Road. Seniors meet,
weekly, to play various card
games.
Teen Anime Club: Grades six to 12.
6:30 p.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road. Discuss your favorite manga and
anime. We will be watching a different anime series at each session. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
South Jersey Yarners: All. 7 p.m.
Voorhees Branch Library at 203
Laurel Road. All things yarn.

SATURDAY JUNE 4
Babies' Playgroup: Ages 1 to 18
months. 10 a.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road. Little
ones meet new friends. The
library provides the toys and
books but no organized programming. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Toddlers Playgroup: Ages 18 to 36
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tennis scores
The following Eastern Regional High School boys tennis scores
were submitted by Cherry Hill
High School East varsity head
coach Greg DeWolf and Lenape
High School varsity head coach
Tony Guerrera.
Cherry Hill East defeated Eastern, 4-1, on May 19 in the semifinals of the South Jersey Group IV
tournament.
Singles:
First singles: Rahul Goculdas,
Cherry Hill East, defeated Ashwin Ramesh 6-2 6-3
Second singles: Adam Yu,
Cherry Hill East, defeated Parth
Hardikar 6-3 6-0
Third singles: Elan Boyarsky,
Cherry Hill East, defeated Kautic
Agrawal 6-2 3-6 6-2
Doubles:
First doubles: Alex Feldstein
and Rabeel Ahmad, Eastern, defeated Jesse Dubrow and Kevin
Hu 6-2 7-5
Second doubles: Aaron Silverberg and Drew Meklinsky, Cherry

Hill East, defeated Pranav Chugh


and Anthony Stella 6-4 6-3
Lenape defeated Eastern, 3-2,
on May 24
Singles:
First singles: Jack Lavin,
Lenape, defeated Ashwin Ramesh
6-1 6-3
Second
singles:
Parth
Hardikar, Eastern, defeated Marc
Ignarri 6-1 6-1
Third singles: Jimmy Li,
Lenape, defeated Ben Dias 6-4 6-3
Doubles:
First doubles: Rabeel Ahmad
and Alec Feldstein, Eastern, defeated Jeremy Shpigel and Kavi
Munjal 6-1 6-7 (7-5) 6-4
Second doubles: Brett Chow
and Allen Shaw, Lenape, defeated
Pranav Chugh and Anthony Stella 6-3 5-7 6-1

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A Free Womens Safety Seminar will be held on Saturday, June


4, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Echelon Health and Fitness Gym, 1160
White Horse Road.
Safety Presentations and Information concerning domestic violence, sexual assault, street crime

and more will be conducted by


representatives from the Camden
County Prosecutors Office, the
Voorhees Township Police Department, the State Police and the
Camden County Womens Center,
along with a live demonstration
of self-defense techniques by
Strive Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
For more information, contact
Robert Wittmann at (856) 873-3730.
This event is co-sponsored by
the Gibbsboro-Voorhees Lions
Club and the Kiwanis Club of the
Haddons. When issues of importance to the community such as
womens safety need to be addressed, these clubs believe they

have a responsibility to sponsor


or co-sponsor events with other
community oriented organizations to present information of
help to the community.
Lionism is a service organization of women and men dedicated
to sight conservation and aid to
the visually impaired in the community. Visit Lions at www.facebook.com/gibbsboro-voorheeslions-club-1455268594720755/.
Kiwanis is a global organization dedicated to changing the
world one child and one community at a time. Visit Kiwanis at
www.facebook.com/haddonskiwanis.

softball scores
The following Eastern Regional High School softball scores
were submitted by varsity head
coach Laura Paquette.
Eastern
defeated
Camden
Catholic, 1-0, on May 19
Emily Serata hit a walk-off single to score Rachel Wood with two
outs in the seventh inning. Madi
Guyer and Maddie Morano combined to pitch a two-hit shutout

for the Vikings.


Eastern defeated Jackson, 7-2,
in the first round of the South Jersey Group IV tournament on May
23.
Serata led the Vikings with
three hits. Morano and Rachel
Wood each had two hits. Rachel
Waro allowed just five hits and
two walks in seven innings pitching for Eastern.

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Drop us an email at news@voorheessun.com. Fax us at (856) 4270934. Call the editor at (856) 427-0933.

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months. 11 a.m. Voorhees Branch
Library at 203 Laurel Road. Little
ones meet new friends. The
library provides the toys and
books but no organized programming. Register at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Congregation Beth El: Shabbat
service from 9 a.m. to noon,
including a wide variety of other
services throughout the morning.
8000 Main St., Voorhees.

SUNDAY JUNE 5
Ashland Church: Sunday service
and Kids Church at 10:30 a.m. Fellowship at 10 a.m. Childcare and
children services available. 33
East Evesham Road, Voorhees.
Community Gospel Chapel: Worship at 9:30 a.m. Refreshments
and fellowship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday school at 10:45 a.m. Bible
hour at 11 a.m. Bible ministry
meeting at noon. 20 Bergen Ave.,
Voorhees.
Heritage Church: Worship service
at 10 a.m. Fellowship following
service. 110 Kresson-Gibbsboro
Road, Voorhees.
Hope United Methodist Church:
Worship services at 9 and 10:30
a.m. Kids Konnect at 9 and 10:30
a.m. Sunday morning prayer
group at 8 a.m. at 700 Cooper
Road, Voorhees.
Kresson Bible Church: Morning
worship from 11 a.m. to noon. Sunday school from 9:30 to 10:30
a.m. 329 Kresson-Gibbsboro
Road, Voorhees.
Open Door Alliance Church: Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m.
Worship begins at 10:45 a.m. 904
Cooper Road, Voorhees.

MONDAY JUNE 6
8-Bit Crafts: Grades six to 12. 4 p.m.
Join the library for 8-bit crafts
using a variety of media. Register
at www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Voorhees Toastmasters meeting:
7:30 p.m. at Heritage Church, 110
Kresson-Gibbsboro Road. Visit
voorhees.toastmastersclubs.org
for more information.

Exercise Class for Active Seniors:


8:30 to 10 a.m. every Monday.
Led by Fox Rehabilitation exercise physiologist at Fox Rehabilitation, 7 Carnegie Plaza, Cherry
Hill. Call (877) 407-3422, ext.
5795 to register.

TUESDAY JUNE 7
Nail Art: Grades six to 12. 4 p.m. The
library will supply the nail polish,
pens and remover. Come ready to
decorate some fingernails!
T'ai Chi: Adult. 6:15 p.m. Voorhees
Branch Library at 203 Laurel
Road. Learn the practice of this
ancient Chinese art designed to
improve physical health and mental awareness with instructor
David Kerr of Silver Tiger T'ai Chi.
Adult coloring: Adult. 7 p.m.

Voorhees Branch Library at 203


Laurel Road. Relax and enjoy an
afternoon of coloring. We offer
soft music, as well as a relaxing
aromatic atmosphere. Materials
will be supplied. Register at
www.camdencountylibrary.org.
Mothers of Preschoolers meeting:
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Hope United
Methodist Church, 700 Cooper
Road. Childcare available. For
more
information,
visit
www.momshope.com.
Voorhees-Gibbsboro Rotary Club
meeting: Filomena's Restaurant,
Berlin. 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more
information, call (856) 534-3384.
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at a recent nine-state chapter
championship competition held
over four days in Wildwood.
This is only the second year the
school competed in the A class,
having moved up from a novice
level, making the triumph even
more notable.
Each year, beginning soon after
the fall football season ends,
members of Easterns marching
band create a large percussion
unit that competes with other
drum lines from schools in the
mid-Atlantic region.
The shows feature a mobile
battery consisting of various
drums and cymbals played by
musicians moving across the
floor in a choreographed drill and
a stationary pit ensemble featuring marimbas, xylophones and
other large instruments.
The music from the battery
and pit is enhanced by electronic
equipment, including bass guitar
and synthesizers. All combine to
form a comprehensive themed
show completed by props and custom-designed uniforms.
The shows are then judged

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throughout the winter season
based on music aptitude, artistic
expression and overall effect.
According to Brad Trinkner,
director of Easterns 2016 drum
line, this year saw the largest
number of students partaking in

the program.
In total, there were 37 students
performing in a show titled
Worth the Wait, a musical dialogue among the drums, mallet
instruments and cymbals that
kept audiences in a state of anticipation because good things
come to those who wait, as
promised by a digitized voice during the performance.
Despite being such a large
group, according to Trinkner, the
students were the most prepared
[he] ever taught.
In addition, considering that
this was only the second year that
the school had been moved up to
the more demanding A class,
Trinkner said it speaks for what
our students can do that they
came in first place.
While Trinkner and his staff
are already at work planning next
years show, the students are gearing up to head back out on the
football field as the Eastern High
School Marching Vikings.
Soon the students will be performing during Friday night
games and competing against
other marching bands on Saturdays.

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District wants to reduce freshman course failures


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school ratings and other rankings.


Were aware of other schools
that really did a nice job of convincing their parents and students that the test wasnt just a
graduation requirement, but it really is about the reputation of the
school as well, he said.
However, Cloutier said PARCC
participation rates among next
years 11th-grade students at Eastern are of particular concern as
students who have taken AP English or a math class above the
level of Algebra II are exempt
from those portions of the
PARCC exams.
According to Cloutier, thats expected to be about 50 to 70 students, along with other students
who will be exempt after having
taken the SAT or other tests.
However, Cloutier said PARCC
participation rates are also expected to rise in the coming years
due to recent actions of the NJ
Board of Education.
The state BOE is in the process
of voting to finalize graduation
requirements for the classes of
2020 and 2021 the students now
in grade eight and grade seven.
Under the state BOE proposal,
students of the class of 2020
would need to at least attempt all
possible PARCC exams before
being allowed to meet their graduation requirement through
other tests such as the SAT. For
students of the class of 2021,
PARCC tests would be the only
exams available to meet their
graduation requirement.
Im a little concerned about
juniors, but were definitely going
to see much improvement with
the ninth and 10th graders, and

were going to try with the juniors, Cloutier said.


Cloutier said the second goal
related to PARCC is to increase
performance rates by using the
PARCC data in an effective way to
help teachers with instruction.
Cloutier characterized PARCC as
much more difficult than the
former High School Proficiency
Assessment tests it replaced, and
so Cloutier said teachers also
need help to understand the
PARCC test better.
Cloutier said the district is
going to be working to get better
data from matching released test
items and individual performance scores.
For the goals related to student
lateness,
Eastern
Principal
Robert Tull said the district hopes
to reduce student lateness over
the next three years by 10 percent
from the 2015-2016 total. Tull said
the district would put new prevention mechanisms in place
when students begin to arrive late
too many times, and the district
would also work to attack the
culture of lateness in which
many students find themselves.
In regard to reducing freshman
course failures, Superintendent
Harold Melleby Jr. said the district recognizes students can have
a difficult time transitioning to
Eastern from the smaller, more
nurturing environments typical
of middle schools.
As such, Melleby said the district would also work on intervention programs if it appears the
grades of a freshman student are
slipping, with the overall goal of
reducing freshman course failure
over the next three years by 50
percent from the 2015-2016 total.
Getting the students off to a
good start in ninth grade really
helps them be successful, and although we dont have a large
dropout rate, that should be lowered as well, Melleby said.

In regard to the districts internal controls, district business administrator and board secretary
Diana Schiraldi said the district
wanted to set up checks and balances and procedures to ensure
district assets are used properly
according to state regulations.
To achieve that goal, Schiraldi
said the district would review its
board policies, the districts standard operating procedure manual, the districts staff manual and
the districts student activity
handbook to ensure all of the procedures reflect current regulations.
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would then update the policies
and manuals and communicate
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on Saturday, Sept. 17 when we will
be showing Disneys animated hit
movie, Inside Out, on the "big
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The township's Summer Twilight Series provides free fun for
all ages with plenty of parking.
The Summer Twilight Series is

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Come out with your chairs or
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enjoy all the free shows that start
at 7:30 p.m. For more information,
visit www.voorheesnj.com.
The Camden County Board of
Elections controls voting locations in Voorhees Township and
throughout the county. Several
polling places will be changing
beginning in the upcoming Primary Election on June 7. The voting locations that will be in effect
can be viewed at the Voorhees
Township
website
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any questions about your polling
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clerk at (856) 429-7757 or at
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ees must reimburse the township
for any training conferences,
meetings, conventions, seminars,
course work or workshops if the
employee leaves the employment
of the township within 12 months
after attending those educational
opportunities.
Committee approved a shared
services agreement with the
Voorhees Township Board of Education to allow the township to
use the BOEs bid price for
groundskeeping services to reduce costs.
Committee authorized a bid

for work to the Voorhees Township bicycle route loop at Chippenham Drive and Lippincott Avenue. According to Spellman, the
work will continue to help the
townships entire bike system
along with the system in Gibbsboro and to the border of Camden
County.
Committee passed a resolution reaffirming the Municipal
Open Space, Recreation, Farmland and Historic Preservation
Trust Fund 2016 dedicated tax
rate of 2 cents per $100 of assessed home valuation.
Spellman said the rate has not
changed since it was first implemented around the year 2000, so
the resolution was simply a procedural formality.

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ended in May: Jacqueline Garruto,
Shayna Peterzell, Haley Tornberg
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been named to Millersville University of Pennsylvania's dean's
list for the spring semester.
Sean OBrien of Voorhees was
named to Whos Who Among
Students in American Universities and Colleges through the
University of Tennessee at Martin during the spring semester. He
also graduated as a University
Scholar, the highest academic distinction given at UT Martin, and
received one of two Paul and
Martha Meek Leadership Awards
during commencement exercises
May 7.
Voorhees
resident
Sarah
Cheatham recently graduated
from New York University-Tisch
School of the Arts as University
Honors Scholar, the highest academic honor awarded by the
school. During her college career,
Cheatham attended the Stella
Adler Studio of Acting and Stonestreet Screen Acting Studios in
New York City and the Royal
Academy of Dramatic Art in London.
Paul Frasca of Voorhees received his MBA in management
and strategy from Western Governors University. The university
held its 30th semi-annual commencement ceremony in Orlando
on Feb. 6.
Mathew Costa, a junior mathematics/physics
major
from
Voorhees, received the Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Lanz '37 Endowed
Academic Award at Albright College's 2016 Honors & Awards Ceremony on May 1.

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