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School Days 3.18.15

 

By Herald Staff

Bishop McHugh
Parents and students interested in learning more about Bishop McHugh’s Little Storm Preschool and its accelerated elementary and middle school programs may attend an Open House during March. A new program, Transitional K, will be offered in 2015-16 in the preschool for children who are ready to learn kindergarten skills but who are not yet five years old.
Open Houses are scheduled as follows throughout March 2015:
· Mar. 9: PreK through Grade 8
· Mar. 11: Toddler & Transitional 3
· Mar. 19: Toddler & Transitional 3
· Mar. 24: Toddler & Transitional 3
· Mar. 30: PreK through Grade 8
Open House times are between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., so that families may see classes in action. Bishop McHugh is located on a 10-acre campus at 2221 Route 9 North (mile marker 20), Cape May Court House, N.J. 08210. Transportation is available for enrolled students, including from Upper Township.
About the Little Storm Preschool
The Little Storm Preschool has specially designed classes for infants through age 4. PreK classes provide a nurturing learning environment for children ages three and four. The curriculum includes 21st Century technologies with SmartBoards and iPad minis, Spanish, art, music, movement, physical education and social play. The new Transitional K class is for four year olds who are academically ready for Kindergarten but who would benefit from the socialization and developmental needs of their age group. The Transitional 3 class is for children who are not yet three years old or who are not potty trained. There also is a Toddler program for students younger than 24 months. Parents may choose between two, three and five day programs running half or full days. After care also is available.
About the Accelerated Elementary and Middle School Program
The 2015-16 Early Tour of Bishop McHugh is designed to introduce prospective families to the state-of-the-art building and curriculum. Bishop McHugh students receive instruction in the core academic subjects, and in religion, music and the fine arts, technology, and athletics. There also are extracurricular activities available including cheerleading, basketball, baseball, soccer, cross country, band and chorus. The soccer and cross country teams compete in the Atlantic-Cape League. The basketball teams compete in the Atlantic Cape League, the Cape Atlantic League, and the South Shore Recreation League.
Students also participate in Team Mercy, a student council that teaches kindness and thoughtfulness through school-based, student-run activities and community outreach. This includes food and clothing drives, holiday outreach programs, Spirit Days, and Prayer Partners.
Students’ families also are invited to participate throughout the year. Family programs include an ice cream social, family fun night, laps for learning, movie nights, pep rallies, monthly liturgies, Halloween tailgate party, breakfast with Santa, casino night, fashion show, golf outing, mother’s prayer group, and numerous student performances. An active parent volunteer program also is in place.
In other Bishop McHugh news, students in preschool through grade 8 were recognized for embodying the Gospel value of Gentleness at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School. Gentleness is defined as showing calmness, personal care and tenderness in meeting the needs of others. The Fruit of the Spirit awards are presented monthly to students who exhibit the attributes of a Christian life: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School is a PreK-8 regional school in Cape May County with a student-centered curriculum grounded in the Gospel values. For more information, visit http://bishopmchugh.com/mchugh/. The community is invited to “Like” Bishop McHugh on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BishopMcHughRegionalSchool and follow Principal McGuire on Twitter at @BMRCSPrincipal.Cape Christian Academy
Stories of Pirates, Blackbeard, Captain Kidd and Buried Treasure were the starting point of the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts “Tales of Olde Cape May” presentation at Cape Christian Academy, Friday February 27. Though one might think such surly characters existed only in storybooks or on some distant Caribbean island, evidence of their presence along the Cape and Delaware Bay is well documented. Once the students interests were sparked, MAC representatives, Ginger and Frank Killino, dressed in Victorian period dress, talked of early waterway and rail transportation in the Cape, during the days when these were the main modes of transport. NJ History is a vital part of the curriculum at CCA and MAC programs reinforce what’s taught in the classroom in a visually engaging way”, says school representative.
Cape May County Technical
The 2015-2016 Practical Nursing Program at Cape May County Technical School is scheduled to begin in July 2015. This 11-month program is open to adult students with either a high school diploma or equivalent. Pre-clinical and theory classes are held at the Cape May County Technical School District with clinical experiences provided at hospitals and long term care facilities as well as other health care facilities. After successfully completing the 44-week course, the student receives a program certificate and is eligible to take the state licensing examination for practical nursing.
In-person registrations for the last scheduled Practical Nursing Pre-test are being accepted in the Adult Education Office, room #145 in the Tozour Building, Monday through Thursday, from 8:30 am until 8:30 pm and on Friday from 8:30 am until 2:00 pm, (excluding holidays). The last scheduled pre-test date is Wednesday, April 8 at 10:00 am and candidates must pre-register by 2:00 pm on Wednesday, April 1.The pre-test fee of $60.00 is required at the time of the test registration.
For more information, please contact the Adult/Post Secondary Education Office at the Cape May County Technical School, 465-2161, ext. 681.
Margaret Mace
Isabella Marino, a 5th grade student at Margaret Mace School, was the 2014 winner of her school’s Spelling Bee and represented her school in the Regionals in Galloway last year. Marino won again on February 23, and will be representing her school in Galloway on March 28. Isabella Marino is the daughter of Marjorie Fox and Eric Marino of North Wildwood.

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