Our Mission StatementWe provide our students with a superior education aligned with the Common Core Curriculum Standards, based upon knowledge and skills essential for success in the classroom and in society. We collaborate to make our curricular program meaningful for our students. We accomplish this in an environment where all members of the Stockton community respect and care for each other. Our actions reflect our motto: Stockton School, where everyone is someone special.
The Board of Education has embarked on the process of developing a strategic plan that will guide our district-wide work over the next 3-5 years. As we begin to build this plan, it is important that parents and community members have an opportunity to consider the future work and priorities of the district.We invite you to attend one of our open forums on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at 9:30 am in the Board Room at the Malberg Administration Building, 45 Ranoldo Terrace, or at 7:30 pm in the Large Group Instruction Room at Beck Middle School, 950 Cropwell Rd, to share your ideas about the areas of focus and bodies of work that you believe will have the most impact for our students over the next few years. These forums will be facilitated by Judith Wilson, who is leading this planning process.
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Community members with additional questions after the Safety & Security Forum at Cherry Hill High School West at 7 pm on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 are invited to submit them via our online portal. Post-forum submissions may be included in a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document posted on this web site. The video recording of the forum is available on our YouTube channel. Also available online are the panelists' biographies and a chart showing security and mental health support resources at each of our high schools and middle schools, and at the elementary grade level.
Now available online: A statement from Cherry Hill Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche and Board of Education President Eric Goodwin regarding the district's revised Unpaid Meals Policy.
Congratulations to the staff, students and families of Joseph D. Sharp Elementary School for being named on September 26, 2019 as a National Blue Ribbon School. A press release about this honor is available online.
The New Jersey Department of Education has released the updated high school graduation assessment requirements in English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and mathematics for the Classes of 2019 through 2022. These requirements are available online.
LaCoyya H. Weathington