The loss of enrollments at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Cape May Campus is accelerating, down 12 percent in fiscal year 2017.
In an article published in late September 2017, we pointed out that annual polls concerning national public school systems consistently, and by large majorities, give school systems a grade of C or less.
For 11 years, the National Liberty Museum and State Farm have recognized “Teachers as Heroes,” ordinary Americans who, through extraordinary efforts, impact students across the nation.
The Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees met on Tues., Jan. 23 at the Cape May County Campus and approved the following resolutions.
It wasn't night court that kept the lights burning in Courtroom B of Cape May County Superior Courthouse Jan. 18, it was a session of this year's Vincent J. Appruzzese Mock Trial Competitions.
Over the weekend culminating with Martin Luther King Jr. day, Cape May Technical High School teachers Barry Kopf and Gina Tack will be attending the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous’ Advanced Seminar for Holocaust Educators.
American Sign Language teacher whose community engagement efforts have made Ocean City, New Jersey the “deaf-friendly” town of South Jersey, Amy T. Andersen, has been selected as one of four teachers as a finalist for the 2018 National Teacher of the Year.
A mother's drive to keep her children enrolled in the city's elementary school, despite their moving out of the district, has caused the superintendent to seek clarification of its residency policy, reversing its original position.
The Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees met on Tues., Dec. 19 at the Mays Landing Campus and approved the following resolutions.
For the 20th year in a row, the Atlantic and Cape May Counties Association of School Business Officials Joint Insurance Fund (ACCASBO JIF) celebrated member school district successes at their Annual State of the Joint Insurance Fund Dinner.
Amy T. Andersen, an Ocean City High School teacher of American Sign Language (ASL), was honored by Cape May County freeholders Nov. 28 for being named both New Jersey State and Cape May County Teacher of the Year 2017-2018.
The Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees appointed officers at its annual reorganization meeting on Nov. 28.
In a strange and as of yet inexplicable twist to the conclusion of a highly-publicized trial, the Upper Township Board of Education announced Nov. 20 an investigation into allegations made against the municipality’s school Superintendent Vincent Palmieri, and two board members, Fran Newman and Michele Barbieri.
Today’s technology has created the option for a personal environment which almost eliminates the need to verbally communicate face-to-face with anyone.
Lower Cape May Regional (LCMR) High School Principal Lawrence Ziemba sees a disturbing trend of poor sportsmanship by sports fans across the country.
Educators in Middle Township caught a glimpse of the impossible as possible Oct. 6 at the Middle Township Performing Arts Center (PAC) as part of their professional development day. Rosser commanded the stage, engaging with his audience and explaining Stealth Learning.
Atlantic Cape Community College’s Board of Trustees met Sept. 26 to approve personnel matters, contracts and purchases at the Mays Landing Campus.
The Herald was contacted by Michele Rose of Woodbine who wrote, “I have been having an issue with Woodbine Early Head Start program. My now 2-year old son has gone there for a year, and we've been having an issue with a child abusing my son and other children by biting them. I can't do much about the other children being bitten, I know that, but I am looking to fix the problem for my son which will hopefully fix it for the other children.”
As parents prepared their children for the start of school this past week, the staff at Richard M. Teitelman Middle School prepared to resume their "book bag project" of providing healthy snacks and non-perishable foods to students in need.
The intent of the program is to increase educational opportunities by providing students with school options outside of their district of residence and giving parents the power to select a school program that best serves their child's individual needs.
In 2009 the West Cape May School District faced the potential closing of its elementary school and a merger with either Cape May or Lower Cape May Regional.
The Ocean City Intermediate School (OCIS) has been awarded a Sustainable Jersey for Schools Health and Wellness Grant.
Students in Lower Cape May Regional High School's extended summer school program are getting a chance to learn about beekeeping this summer, as they maintain honey bee colonies in four hives in their bee yard.
Atlantic Cape Community College’s Board of Trustees approved several grants, personnel changes and contracts and purchases when it met July 25 at the Mays Landing Campus.
Sen. Jeff Van Drew (D-1st) issued the following statement June 15 on the Fiscal Year 2018 school funding proposal announced June 14 by legislative leaders in Trenton.
“From Flint, Michigan to right here in New Jersey, far too often we have seen the health and safety of our children jeopardized due to outdated water infrastructure,” said Sen. Booker.
The Lower Township School District will be conducting the annual planning meeting for the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Subgrant Application FY 2018.
Students in James Kay's Carpentry and Property Management class hammered and measured siding for a storage building they were constructing just outside their classroom at the Cape May County Technical High School May 24.
Teenagers and TV are not usually thought of as a particularly healthy combination. Twelve students at Lower Cape May Regional High School have proven that this is not always the case.
Atlantic Cape Community College’s Board of Trustees approved contracts and personnel matters when it met May 23 at the Cape May County Campus.
More than 100 students from Middle Township School District celebrated the end of the school year May 11 as the Martin Luther King (MLK) Homework Club gathered to recognize certified teachers and community volunteers for their support.
Minh Le Getty, 27, of Rio Grande, came to the United States at age 2 from Hong Kong. She is scheduled to graduate May 18 from Atlantic Cape Community College during the 50th Annual Commencement.
The initial decision by New Jersey's Acting Commissioner of Education Kimberley Harrington, to have the Margate parent of a child attending the Ocean City School District pay for a year's tuition has been upheld by an administrative law judge (ALJ).
Brigid Callahan Harrison, Ph.D., a Longport resident and professor of Political Science and Law at Montclair State University, delivered the Keynote Address at the 48th Annual Rutgers University Public Purchasing Educational Forum at the Golden Nugget Hotel on May 3.
The entire K-6 student population of West Cape May Elementary School was planning for a while the celebration that took place April 28 on an afternoon conducive to honoring the natural world, especially trees.
Since April is National Autism Awareness Month, Cape May City Elementary School students blew bubbles April 12 to heighten student awareness.
For many teens across America, Saturday prompts images of playing video games, hanging out with friends, and, perhaps the most celebrated aspect of all, catching up on one's sleep.
The Board of Trustees of Atlantic Cape Community College approved a revenue budget for the upcoming fiscal year March 28, that assumes layoffs of 24 supervisory and staff positions.
Resolutions were approved by the Atlantic Cape Community College's Board of Trustees, March 28, to issue layoff notices to 24 staff members.
The future of Cape Educational COMPACT, an alternative educational program for Cape May County students in grades 9-12 who have been unsuccessful in a traditional setting, seems bleak.