Nine students from Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School (BMRCS) were honored in the 2020 Catholic Daughters Education Contest, which encourages lively imagination and freedom of thought in essay writing, poetry, art, music, computer art and photography.

Every year the Dennis Township School District hosts a much-loved Scholastic Book Fair Event. This is a week full of shopping, dressing up for theme days, and family activities. But, as we all know, this year has been quite different from previous ones. Many annual school events were cancele…

The Dennis Township Schools Staff, students, and district families donated to the Easter Basket Supply Drive for Hurrikanen's Kids, where the baskets will be used to make Easter baskets for children at CHOP.

Recently, Chef Warren Wade, teacher of the Commercial Foods Production Program of Study, congratulated 10 high school students for passing their ServSafe Manager and Food Handler Certification.  ServSafe is an educational program that was developed by the National Restaurant Association (NRA…

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Armani Rodriguez, 18, of Pennsauken, New Jersey, recently made history just by graduating from high school. Not only was he the first person in his family to graduate from high school, but he became the first student to graduate from Coastal Preparatory Recovery High School, in Court House.

The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) announced June 4 that student James P Kurtz, of Wildwood Crest, was selected to become a member of the esteemed organization.

The NJSIAA has established the COVID-19 Sports Advisory Task Force, a group of athletic directors from across the state who will consider a wide range of sports-specific proposals and recommendations, with a focus on implementing, executing and enforcing potential modifications.

Dr. Barbara Gaba, president, Atlantic Cape Community College has been invited to serve as a member of The New Jersey Higher Education Restart Advisory Group. This advisory group will bring together higher education leaders and stakeholders from across the state to provide input on considerations specific to higher education that New Jersey should take into account as colleges and universities move forward with restart and recovery plans.

In an unprecedented year with the COVID-19 pandemic, it was of paramount importance to Atlantic Cape Community College to celebrate the Class of 2020 graduates for their achievements and hard work. With input from students, faculty, and staff, the college has designed a virtual graduation, which will take place June 11, at 6 p.m., through YouTube, Facebook, and Atlantic Cape’s website.