District News

  • Vaccination Clinics Come to CHPS in July and August

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    Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines are now available to the community for persons 12 years old or older who work/live in NJ. The single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine is available for those over 18. You do not have to attend Cherry Hill Public Schools to participate in
    this COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic.

    July 28 & August 18, from 4-6 pm, at Clara Barton Elementary School, 223 Rhode Island Ave.

    July 29 & August 19, from 4-6 pm, at Beck Middle School, 950 Cropwell Rd. 

    All participants must pre-register at www.adlersrx.com.

    No walk-ins accepted at the door. Please make only one
    appointment and call Adler’s Pharmacy at (856) 685-7264
    if you need to change or cancel your appointment.

    Anyone under 18 years of age must have a legal guardian
    present to receive the vaccine.

    For questions about the clinic, please contact Bonnie Mingin, Supervisor of Pupil Services for CHPS at (856) 429-5600.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Document on Critical Race Theory Available

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    Questions about Critical Race Theory and its use in public schools are becoming commonplace in the Cherry Hill community. A Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document on the subject is available on this website.

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  • Updated Printable COVID-19 Screening Checklist & Travel Guidelines Available

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    An updated printable Daily COVID-19 Checklist is available online. 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.

    Domestic travel guidelines and international travel guidelines also are available online. 

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Quick Questions and Answers

  • Why have you decided to remove all of the trees and landscaping at Stockton Elementary School? It is highly concerning to see crews seemingly defacing the property for the past few months.

    While our District was in the full remote model of instruction, the Buildings and Grounds staff had opportunities to complete much need projects through out the District. One of those projects was to address tree removal and landscaping work at many of the schools. There were several hazardous trees on the grounds of Stockton School, particularly near the primary entrance. In addition, the surrounding area had become a dumping ground for debris, trash and brush. Our Grounds Manager met with the Principal, and they developed a plan to remove hazardous trees, address security issues (such as access to the roof), clean out debris, relandscape the front entrance and prepare for an upcoming roof replacement project at the school. There is still some clean up work to be done. Principal Mr. Jim Riordan reports that he has received very positive feedback from staff and community members on the improvements that have been made. 

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  • Between my three kids, I have over $100 in their lunch accounts that I don't anticipate them ever using. How do I get my money back? Thanks!

    Please contact Ms. Alisha Wilson in our business office at awilson@chclc.org and she will be happy to assist you.

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  • Where can we find the results of the first two ThoughtExchange Surveys? I see results on the WE Return to Learn page but, the information there says those results are from the July 7 survey.

    Reports from each of our completed ThoughtExchanges since July 7, 2020 are located under the "ThoughtExchange Reports" tab on the WE Return to Learn page of the District website.

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  • Are your school gymnasiums open in the evening for local residents to walk for exercise purposes? Thanks.

    Because staffing is required to keep our buildings open after hours, the gymnasiums in our schools are not open to the public in the evening except for specific events. 

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  • Please provide an update on the ADA projects that were to be done this summer.

    Assistant Superintendent/Board Secretary Mrs. Lynn Shugars will provide an update regarding these projects to the Board of Education at the Board Work Session on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 7 pm in the Malberg Administration Building Board Room. The meeting also will be live streamed. We will share information online about the projects after that meeting.

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  • It appears there is a new company for the lunch account (PaySchools Central). I still have funds in the MySchoolBucks account from last year. Will the funds transfer?

    Yes. The Cherry Hill Public Schools has changed the meal payment system from MySchoolBucks to PaySchools Central. Any money remaining in your MySchoolBucks account from last year will automatically transfer over to your new PaySchools Central account when you register for a PaySchools account. A step-by-step guide to signing up for PaySchools Central is available online. Please note that our District app, available for free on the App Store and on Google Play, has been updated to include PaySchools Central rather than MySchoolBucks.

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  • When will the PARCC results from the 2018/2019 school year be added to Genesis?
     

    We expect to post students' 2018-2019 PARCC results on Genesis by the end of September. Parents will be notified when the results are posted.

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