This evening, at the Delran Township Board of Education Regular Public Meeting, we will begin this meeting (and all future Regular Public Meetings) by recognizing student and staff member achievements. This month we will recognize the student athletes who earned post season honors on our varsity teams, students and a thoughtful teacher who have been lobbying state legislators to approve an official state song and students who have earned special recognition statewide as musicians. Our role as educators, regardless of title, is to watch children grow, develop and succeed. Speaking on behalf of the Board of Education, it is a great honor to formally recognize excellence.
This evening, the following students from Delran High School will be honored:
- Kevin Zataveski and Brendan Ryan: First Team WJFL Liberty Division, Football
- Matthew Brownrigg: Second Team WJFL Liberty Division, Football
- Michael Olivo, Shane Doherty and Ryan Ferreira: First Team BCSL Liberty Division, Soccer
- Timothy Hunt: Second Team BCSL Liberty Division, Soccer
- Brianna Taylor: First Team BCSL Liberty Division, Soccer
- Linday Skorny: Second Team BCSL Liberty Division, Soccer
- Angela Pappas and Alexis Rider: Second Team BCSL Patriot Division, Field Hockey
- Madeline Tattory: First Team BCSL Liberty Division, Cross Contry
- Joseph Codispoti and Kelly Deschaine, All South Jersey Symphonic Band
- Holly Fey, Neil Graham, Lucca Lima, Christopher Matera, Dylan Pope, Jake Smith, Ryan Strauss, Brianna Taylor, Kimberly Tran, Angela Verratti and Lucia Villatoro: New Jersey State Song Campaign
For the remainder of the school year, the Delran Township Board of Education Regular Public Meetings will rotate locations throughout the District according to the schedule below (all meetings begin at 7:30 pm):
- February 9, 2015: Millbridge Cafeteria
- March 9, 2015: DMS Cafeteria
- April 20, 2015: DIS Cafeteria
- May 11, 2015: Millbridge Cafeteria
- June 8, 2015: DHS Cafeteria
On behalf of the Board of Education, we look forward to seeing you at future meetings and are eager to report on the exciting, positive events taking place in the District while celebrating the success of all of our children.
UPDATED: PICTURES OF ALL JANUARY BOARD OF EDUCATION RECOGNIZED STUDENTS
All Delran Township Public Schools will operate on normal schedule today.
All parents and stakeholders are invited to attend a State of the Schools update on January 14, 2015 in the Morris R. Burton Performing Arts Center at Delran High School at 7:00 pm. The State of the Schools will offer an update to the programs within the schools, a celebration of student and teacher successes, an overview of the Superintendent Transition Plan as well as a report of the strengths of the district, coupled with the challenges that lie ahead.
The evening will consist of the following:
- Academic and Student Program Updates
- Transition Plan and Status
- Equity and Excellence
- Excellence and Opportunities
- Student Success Vignettes
- Individual presentations of successful initiatives from each school will be presented by teachers and students
US highway Route 130 spans 23 miles through 12 municipalities in just Burlington County. Dubbed as NJ’s “most dangerous road for pedestrians,” Route 130 has claimed the lives of 16 civilians in just five years in Burlington County. Last year, Jacqueline McGraw, a resident of Delran, started a petition to build a bridge over the dangerous highway, that needed only 573 more signatures to be sent to the New Jersey Governor’s office. The Bear Facts newspaper would like to reopen this campaign to protect the safety and social integrity of our great town.
Three schools lay near the highway, totaling over 2200 students who may need to cross the dangerous road on a daily basis. If we can save just one life, we can call our petition and the change in the community of Delran a success. Please support us by signing our petition. For more information about the road, please reference ‘The Battle Between Pedestrians and Automobiles” in the January edition of The Bear Facts.
Any questions? Do not hesitate to ask! Please email email@example.com.
Sign Online Petition to Make Route 130 Safer!