APRIL 18-24, 2012
Autism program may move in fall By MELISSA DIPENTO The Cherry Hill Sun
Barbara Wallace also spoke to the students, as well as council and BOE members from other local municipalities. Students also had the opportunity to ask elected officials questions about how and why they serve their communities in this way. “They seem to enjoy asking what it’s like – gender issues and balancing life,” said Phyllis Black, of the League of Women
The Cherry Hill School District currently educates about 11,500 students. And each year, the district takes a look at how it can best accommodate those students. Recently, a g roup of parents with students at Bret Harte were called and told the Autism Program would be moving to Horace Mann next fall, said Kelli Brack, the mother of a fourth-grader in the self-contained Autism class at Harte. Her fear – and it’s one she said she shares with many other parents at the school – is that their children will not be able to graduate from the same elementary school they’ve spent the last four years in, working workin g closely with the same autistic support staff. The teachers would also move to the new school next fall if the district decides decides to move the program, but its fate looms large. “Autistic children require routine, structure and sameness to succeed in any environment, but especially within the demands of the classroom. Just having a substitute teacher causes disruption, behaviors to resurface and distraction, that is very, very difficult to manage, let alone teach
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Cherry Hill East sophomore Theresa Johnson, left and junior Priscilla Anglade create campaign signs against bullying. The two were part of a group learning about politics from female elected officials at the 13th annual Running and Winning Workshop.
Future female leaders highlighted By MELISSA DIPENTO The Cherry Hill Sun
Michelle Obama – a mother, a first lady with her own voice, a public servant and an advocate for change. And if that weren’t enough, enough, she’s got a pretty big following at Cherry Hill East. As the four girls sat down at East’s library, each discussed what it is they like so much about Mrs. Obama. “A woman in office inspires me
in a way,” said sophomore Drym Oh. “She possesses a power to be able to influence influe nce society.” society.” Oh, along with sophomores Theresa Johnson and Sarah Evenosky and junior Priscilla Anglade were four of about 50 or so girls selected to participate in the Running and Winning Workshop, which was hosted at East by the League of Women Voters of Camden County. The event, in its 13th year, has made stops at high schools across a cross Camden County over the years,
introducing the next generation of female leaders to seasoned local mayors, councilwomen and board of education members. members. And this year was no different, as the teenagers were treated to wise words from dozens of local dignitaries, including Cherry Hill councilwomen councilw omen Susan Shin Angulo and Sara Lipsett, as well as Cherry Hill Board of Education members Sherrie Cohen and Kathy Judge. Assemblywoman Assemblywom an Pam Lampitt and Washington Township Mayor
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Dr. Elaine Bogdanoff recently donated to three local Cherry Hill fundraisers a full set of braces from start to finish, each valued at $6,000. Bogdanoff donated the braces to two Cherry Hill school annual fundraisers: the Rosa International Middle School Annual Family Fun Nite and the A. Russell Knight Annual Winter Carnival. Pictured are, from left, Bogdanoff and her assistant Christina Landis.
Master Gardeners meet on April 21 Master Gardeners of Camden County will be holding a plant clinic on the third Saturday Saturday of the month from April to September at the Camden County Environmental Center, 1301 Park Boulevard,
Cherry Hill, from 9 a.m. until noon. Residents are invited invited to stop by with garden questions, sick plants, bug-eaten leaves and flowers, insects and conversation. The next meeting is April 21.
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BRIEFS Men’s Club of Temple Emanuel meets April 22 The Men’s Club of Temple Emanuel invites you to a hearty meal and sports conversation when its hosts its monthly Sunday brunch on April 22, from 10 to 11 a.m., featuring Philadelphia radio sportscaster Anthony Gargano, aka the “Cuz.” Sure to regale with riveting stories, the former sportswriter for the New York Post and Philadelphia Inquirer specializes in national in-depth features, profiles and his Monday to Friday midday radio show is consistently among the highest-rated in the market. Gargano is also a sports anchor and correspondent at Fox 29 in Philly, covering all area teams and contributing to news and lifestyle beats, and hosts pregame and post-game shows for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Charlie Manuel Show for the Phillies, as well as special programming for the Super Bowl, the NFL Draft and World Series,
NBA and NHL playoffs and the NCAA Tournament. Additionally, he is a guest contributor on ESPN, Comcast SportsNet, NFL Network and other national and local shows. This event at Temple Emanuel is free to members; $7 non-members. To RSVP and for more infor-
“L'Dor Vador” and other Hebrew selections, “Psalm 122,” “Make a Joyful Noise,” and a medley of “Shenandoah and The Water Is Wide.” Light refreshments to be served afterward. The event is free and open to the entire community, so please invite your neighbors and friends
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Local residents elected to Phi Beta Kappa Twenty-three area residents, all undergraduate students in the Rutgers–Camden College of Arts Art s and Sciences, have been elected to membership in the Rutgers University chapter of Phi Beta
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James Midkiff, of Cherry Hill High School East, was honored as a semi-finalist in the 43rd-annual national Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship Competition. The awards are granted to high school seniors for the best all around presentations, including an explanation of why they are planning careers in government service. The foundation noted these young students represent the most talented and accomplished of our country’s young leaders and it is these young men and women who are dedicating themselves to public service.
Kappa, the oldest college academic honor society in America. Founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary, Phi Beta Kappa honors students who have done distinguished work in a liberal arts curriculum throughout their undergraduate years. Seniors elected to Phi Beta Kappa must have a minimum gradepoint average of 3.5; juniors must have a GPA GPA of 3.8 or better. bett er. Six residents from Cherry Hill were named to the chapter, including Gregory Gorman (history/political science); Jennifer Kelley (childhood studies/psychology); Meera Khan (psychology/French; Class of 2013); Lauren Mason (history); Anna Rudenko (economics); and Lauren Zimone (history).
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Petty shots between the president and his GOP challenger have begun oments after Rick Santorum threw in the towel in his bid
to win the GOP presidential nomination, the back and forth between President Obama and Mitt Romney began.
were bandied about.
Go negative? It works For all of the complaining about the negativity and personal attacks in political ads, the bottom line is that they work. Voters respond to them. Until that changes, expect more of the same again this year.
The Associated Press said the Obama camp already is referring to
The problem is that negative politi-
For whatever reason, voters respond to personal attacks against candidates.
Maybe, this year, there will be a seri-
paign. The Romney folks say the presi-
ous and thoughtful debate of the is-
dent is trying to divide the country.
sues, with both candidates presenting
this election year: If If we want the can-
Obviously, these are critical issues
their vision and ideas for the nation in
didates to act responsibly, responsibly, discuss the
that are on the mind of every voter voter
a respectful tone.
issues and generally treat voters with
The bad news: We still have about
Or, maybe we get the 2012 versions
stop doing it. So that’s the challenge for voters
seven more months before Election
troversy or a nuclear war scare (see
just contin continue ue to respo respond nd to the neganega-
the aforementioned Johnson-Goldwa-
tive campaign ads.
Olympics this summer to distract us for a couple of weeks.
go all the way w ay back to, say, say, 1828, when allegations of murder and kidnapping kidnapping
We’d We’ d like to think that the candidates will take the high road this year. But we’re not holding our breath.
Mayor looks back on first 100 days in office The first 100 days of my administration have been busy, exciting, exciti ng, rewarding rewardi ng and productive. While the work continues, I wanted to recap some of the promises kept as we reach this milestone and highlight some of the progress made in this short time. Throughout my campaign, I pledged to serve as a full time mayor because, based on my business experience, I believe our residents and businesses deserve someone with a sole focus on Cherry Hill. In just the first one hundred days, we held over two hundred meetings on issues important to Cherry Hill residents and businesses. Those meetings included included conversations with our police and fire chiefs, as well as with our religious, civic and athletic leaders. During these first 100 days, myself, members of the council and township administrators have attended more than fifty events around the township, including
by-line examination of the budget, budget, reassess township departments and review the way our government conducts business in an effort to identify potential savings. That budgetary review, a long and indepth process, is well underway MAYOR’S MESSAGE and has already sparked initial changes. In the coming months, we will continue to develop ways that Cherry Hill can change government and identify potential savings savings.. As a crucial part of this financial review, the administration identified areas for increased streamlining of our operations to provide better service to residents
We also pursued greater diversity and increased representation on the township’ township’ss planning and zoning boards, along with our municipal prosecutors. I have also expanded our efforts to aggressively identify and pursue alternative funding sources and offset expenses. I am proud to report that Cherry Hill has applied for over $700,000 in grant monies, and we continue to pursue every opportunity for additional funding. Of that, we have already been approved approved to receive over $320,000 to assist with community development, public safety, public works and recreation activities. In addition, the township explored various shared service opportunities with the county and neighboring towns. Throughout the mayoral campaign, I reiterated the importance of improving the relationship between the township and Cherry Hill Public Public Schools. Superintendent Reusche and I have already built a
gatherings hosted by many of our civic and community organizations. While attending each event, I have heard feedback and suggestions from both residents and businesses alike about ways to improve the Cherry Cher ry Hill community communit y. From the campaign trail to taking the oath as mayor, I promised to conduct a line-
and businesses businesses alike. alike. The first step in streamlining took place when the township council took action to combine our planning, zoning and construction departments under the departmental umbrella of community developmen development. t. We have already received extremely positive feedback in response to this change.
strong relationship, engaging in monthly meetings and regular events together. We have hav e begun to explore opportunities for the township to provide support to our schools through additional shared service agreements.
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mand it. If we want more of the same,
ter campaign). Hopefully, they won’t
MANAGING EDITOR, PRODUCTION
the respect we deserve, we have to de-
of Willie Horton, the Swift Swift boat con-
The good news: We have the
Alan Bau Bauer er
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If it didn’t work, the candidates would would
another Johnson-Goldwater cam-
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cal advertising works. It works well. Ask Santorum and Newt Gingrich.
The more vicious, the better, it seems. Maybe we’re being too pessimistic.
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Parents voice concerns over program change PARENTS Continued from page 1 through,” Brack said. “Moving to an entirely new building, surrounded by strange students and strange teachers, and still expecting the autistic students to perform and group is a recipe for disaster.” After hearing the concerns of parents at Bret Harte, school district officials invited parents to a curriculum and instruction meeting, a smaller meeting of administrators, focused on discussing specific curriculum items, which are open to the public. John Moody, the district’s supervisor of special education, presented two options to parents at the meeting for a possible shift in special education classrooms at the elementary level. Currently, the district provides 895 students at the elementary level with some form of special needs support, said Susan Bastnagel, the district’s public information officer. One option is to shuffle special
education programs to different school building throughout the district in 2012-2013. Beck Middle School would house the middle school Behavior and Emotional Support program; Rosa International Middle School would house the middle school Autism program; Bret Harte would house the elementary Behavior and Emotional Support program; and Horace
their concern at the meeting, saying they were not in favor favor of moving their children from school to school, and adding multiple, challenging transitions trans itions along the th e way. Dr. Marianne Gaffney, assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction, told parents in attendance no final decision had been made to move students. “A lot of careful thought went
Mann and Kingston would house the elementary Autism program. The first option includes moving the BES program from Kilmer to Harte and the Autism program from Harte to Mann. A number of parents voiced
into our original planning,” Gaffney said. She said the administration should have a decision made before the end of April.
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Wellspring Journey support group: A self-help weight loss group for teens and adults. Journey groups meet once a week, helping you on your way to losing weight and living healthy. For more information call Dr. Kristina Pecora at (855) 823-0303 or visit www.wellspringjourny.com. Young Members Group: 9:15 a.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, 1901 Kresson Road. Invites parents for
interactive learning discussions. Babysitting available for children ages 2 and up. Open to both members and non-members. Free admission. For more information contact Jill Hammel at [email protected]
Art Fest: Grades one through five. 7 to 8 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Station-based art exploration to create a masterpiece to take home. Register online at
1 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Includes literature, songs, finger plays and a craft. Younger siblings must wait with a parent outside the room. Register online at www.chplnj.org. The Danger – Diabolique Comic Book Club: 6 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Addicted to graphic novels, comics or manga? Come geek out, snag cool freebies and find out what’s coming
www.chplnj.org. Free Reading Tutoring: Grades one to five. Sessions at 5:30, 6 and 6:30 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Is your child in grades one through five and in need of extra help with reading? Let the library pair your child with a teen volunteer trained in literacy tutoring. All materials provided. Registration required. Limit one sign-up per week. Call (856) 9031229.
out next! Light refreshments served. Middle School Teen Activity Board: 7 to 8 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. For grades six through eight. Help with book lists and purchases, plan and run events for young children and tweens, and earn community service hours. Light snacks provided.
Story Time: Ages 3 to 6. 10 a.m. and
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Rhyme Time: Ages infant to 2. 10 a.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Join for short books, songs, movement and more.
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High School Teen Activity Board : 7 to 8 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. For grades six through eight. Help with book lists and purchases, plan and run events for young children and tweens, and earn community service hours. Light snacks provided.
Spouses Sharing Challenges: A support group for spouses and/or partners of persons with
Overeaters Anonymous open meeting: Kennedy Hospital, Cooper Landing Rd. and Chapel
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for more information. Pilates Classes: St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, 327 Marlton Pike West. 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Call 795-3428 or email [email protected]
m for information. Retired Men’s Club: Cherry Hill Community Center, 820 Mercer St. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 667667-7332. 7332. Jewish Renewal Havurah Shabbat: St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, Chapel Ave. and Kings Highway. 7:30 p.m. email [email protected]
or call 779-0036 for information. Singles Shabbat: Congregation Beth El, 8000 Main St. 8 p.m. For more information, email [email protected]
or call 6627916.
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Fashion Show Fundraiser: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Junior Friends of the Cherry Hill Public Library host a fashion show and luncheon fundraiser.. Tickets $25. Luncheon fundraiser includes hot buffet, dessert, coffee and tea. Fashions provided by Boscov’s, Coldwater Creek, The Contact Exchange of Haddonfield. DJ by Marsdale Productions. Call Nancy at (856) 9031234 for tickets. Free Reading Tutoring: Grades one to five. Sessionsfrom 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Cherry Hill Public Library. Is your child in grades one through five and in need of extra help with reading? Let the library pair your child with a teen volunteer trained in literacy tutoring. All materials provided. Registration required. Limit one sign-up per week. Call (856) 9031229.
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Sunday Services: The River, 1110 Cornell Ave. 9, 11 a.m. or 6 p.m.
Call 488-8820 for information. UUCCH Sunday Services: Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill, 401 North Kings Highway. 10:15 a.m. Worship Service: St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, 327 Marlton Pike West. 10:30 a.m. Call 429-4469.
Community Center, 820 Mercer St. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 667-7332. 667-7332. To Live Again widow and widower support group: $15 per year. Call 429-5967 or 662-6754 662-6754 for lo cation and information. NAMI Camden County Support Group: Steininger Behavioral Care Services, 19 East Ormond Ave. 7 p.m. Call Harriet at 4240030 or Barbara at 783-2518 for information. Or send an email to [email protected]
Toastmasters : Noon. Contact Dave Balinski at [email protected]
or 380-4701. Mothers of Preschoolers meeting:
St. Pius X, 344 Kresson Rd. 8:15 to 11:15 a.m. Call 779-7868 for information. New Beginnings support group : Katz Jewish Community Center. 7:30 to 8 p.m. $36 per year. Call Reva Farenback-Brateman at 778-7775 for more information
Addiction Hotline of New Jersey (800) 238-2333
Overeaters Anonymous open meeting: Kennedy Hospital, Cooper Landing Rd. and Chapel Ave. 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Call (609) 239-0022 or visit www.southjerseyoa.org for information.
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Cherry Hill Rotary: Ponzio’s. 6:15 p.m. Visitor’s welcome. For more information contact club president Bill Turner at [email protected]
or 424424-3456. 3456. Professional Services Group orienProfessional tation meetings: 1873 Route 70 East, Suite 216. 8:45 to 11:45 a.m. Call 489-3680 or email [email protected]
Nicotine Anonymous meeting: Kennedy Hospital, Cooper Landing Rd. and Chapel Ave. 7 p.m. Call 354-0887 for information. Jack Schweiker squad of the Civil Air Patrol meeting: National Guard Armory, Grove St. and Park Blvd. 7 p.m. Visit schweiker.njwg.cap.gov or njwcap.org for information. Cherry Hill Maturity Club: Carman Tilelli Community Center, 820 Mercer St. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dues are $5 a year. Activities include bingo, cards, games, refreshments, trips (day, week-long), business meetings with speaker or entertainment on the second Monday of the month. For more information, contact President Frank Glaviano at 429-5402.
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Women’s support group: Sponsored by Jewish Family and Children’s Service. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Call Lisa Weissbach at 778-7775 778-7775 for location and registration. Israeli dancing: Temple Beth Sholom. 7 p.m. $7. $3 children, students and first-timers. email [email protected]
or call 225-6434 for more information. Retired Men’s Club: Cherry Hill
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Voters of Camden County. County. “The purpose is to develop leadership, to see the challenges and rewards
have campaigned for property-tax reform, the environmental impact of oil drilling in the Arctic Wildlife Refuge, the Patriot Act and climate change. The league reports women still comprise less than 20 percent of the U.S. Congress and state Legis-
public every day. “It’s a good idea to promote women stepping up,” said Evenosky, who said she could see herself possibly serving in a PTA PTA school group someday in the future. Johnson said she dreams dreams of be-
in running for office. They begin to see politics poli tics isn’t dirty.” This year, the students were charged with creating a campaign to run for a seat on the local board of education. The students formed groups and took on one of four roles: the candidate, the campaign manager, the speechwriter and the publicist. The goal was to craft a campaign that would address the need to stop bullying at schools and implement a way to do so. In previous years, students
lature, but that didn’t stop these girls. The foursome got down to business on the bullying campaign, brainstorming clever speech intros and flashy campaign signs, with slogans such as “Stop the H8 or experience the fate” in neon bubble letters. And even though though a few of the girls from the group admitted they likely won’t seek roles in the public sector, they said they’re still impressed and honored to get to know women who serve the
coming an athletic trainer one day to work with Olympic swimmers, so she may not even have time to be mayor of Cherry Hill. But during the workshop, her friends nominated her to be the candidate to run for the board of education seat. The issue, she said, hit close to home for her. She said she herself had skin issues during middle school and experienced bullying first-hand. She and her colleagues agreed bullying was quite the worthy platform to take when running for office. “I’m totally against bullying. And when you’re a teenager, image is everything,” Johnson said. Speechwriter Oh, too, noted the importance of taking a stance against bullying. “The Rutgers incident … it hits home in society soci ety. It’s a great g reat way to bring awareness to the issue,” she said. Students agreed the day was a success and gave them good insight into the world world of politics from sources they could relate to. But they weren’t the only ones who were impressed. “I see the glimmer in their eyes. They asked great questions and were really working well to-
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BRIEFS Cherry Hill resident receives financial award Kenneth L. Barroway, JD, CFP, a Cherry Hill resident, recently received an award from RiverSource Life Insurance Company. Company. The award recognizes Ameriprise financial advisers who have helped clients use annuity solutions to help plan for a more confident retirement in 2011. As a financial adviser, Barroway works to help clients plan for their financial goals for a lifetime, through a personal longterm financial planning relationship. In addition to variable, fixed income and annuities, Barroway is knowledgable on a variety of topics and strategies including retirement, tax and estate planning and asset management strategies.
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Progress will continue for township The open communication has allowed Reusche and me the opportunity to work closely to ensure Cherry Hill’s funding continues to go to our public schools. I
of visit visiting ing most of our schools schools to talk with students and with our PTAs. I have been vocal about increasing transparency and expanding communications throughout the township. Through our newly redesigned website, visitors can easily find bids, agendas, board members,
system. We have also expanded our social media usage and enhanced electronic communications including the mayor’s weekly email. I also promised to expand participation in our government with new initiatives. I promoted the establishment of the citizens
held meetings with elected officials in Trenton, where I advocated for legislation to provide local approval before a charter school could open in a municipality municip ality.. Along with improving our relationship, I have had the pleasure
resolutions, proclamations, ordinances, events, and even my public schedule. schedule. In our newest attempt to improve communication, the township joined in a shared service with Camden County to utilize a Reverse 9-1-1
and business councils to increase community leadership and involvement. We are about to hold our first citizen’s cabinet meeting, which saw an overwhelming response from residents looking to get involved. We are now in the process of creating a business business council, to develop an incubator for collaboration between the township and local business leaders. We are also preparing to launch the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign, to improve the health, wellness, and safety of the entire community. While we have already fulfilled many promises and started to make progress, there is still a long road ahead, with many more stops along the way. I hope you will continue to provide your suggestions and assistance as we make decisions to determine the future of our township. township. Thank you for allowing me to serve as mayor may or of this great town.
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