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School Days 3.25.15


By Herald Staff

Bishop McHugh
Eighth Grade students will present the Living Stations of the Cross on Wednesday, April 1, at 10:30 a.m. at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School, 2221 Rt. 9 North, Cape May Court House, N.J. The program is open to the community, and all are welcome.
The Stations of the Cross depict the agonizing passion, death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Students will reenact each part of the journey.
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 The community is invited to “Like” Bishop McHugh on Facebook at and follow Principal McGuire on Twitter at @BMRCSPrincipal.
Cape Christian Academy
Dan Skeldon, the first meteorologist with the Atlantic City Press in the over 100 years since its inception, visited Cape Christian Academy, March 16. Skeldon, formerly of Channel 40 News until its disbandment December 31, 2014, spoke to the junior high students about weather patterns both locally and globally, including interesting tidbits about various storms encountered throughout recorded history. He covered many types with captivating anecdotal stories, keeping the students on the edge of their seats waiting for the opportunity to ask questions.
CCA thanks Mr. Skeldon for taking the time to visit their school and “make weather fun” says science teacher, Debi Papperman.
Lower Cape May Region High School in Cape May, New Jersey has been awarded a total of $10,000 in grants through the H&R Block Budget Challenge — a teen financial literacy program that rewards high school classes for mastering real-world budgeting and personal finance decision-making. Lower Cape May Region High School is one of 15 winners nationwide.
The school has two teachers – Lee Pierce and Michael Wilson – teaching the course. They each won a grant during the fall simulations and Michael’s class has now won a $2,500 grant this spring. In addition to the school grants, one student, Taina Mercado, won a $20,000 scholarship by scoring in the top 67 students during the fall simulations.
The learn-by-doing educational approach of the H&R Block Budget Challenge allows students to experience activities like paying bills, managing expenses, saving money, investing in retirement, paying taxes and more in the safety of a classroom. The program was created to help address the need for more financial education in the classroom. Only 7 percent of high school students1 are financially literate and fewer than 30 percent2 of adults report being offered financial education at school or college. The state of New Jersey currently does not require a one-semester course in financial education to graduate.
“We’re honored to be among the top-performing schools in the country for the H&R Block Budget Challenge,” said Michael Wilson, teacher at Lower Cape May Region High School. “Financial literacy is important to the future success of our students and we’re thrilled there’s such a hands-on platform through which they can learn.”
The H&R Block Budget Challenge is free to high school teachers and home school educators3. Participants play classroom against classroom and student against student, competing for $3 million in grants, scholarships and cash prizes in the 2014/2015 school year.
For more information on the H&R Block Budget Challenge, visit
Middle Township
Registration for half-day preschool and full day kindergarten will be held from May 4 through May 8 at Middle Township Elementary #1. 215 Eldredge Rd., in Court House. Registration will be by appointment only.
No child will be permitted to enter school for the first time in September if they are not registered. Parents must pick up a registration packet in advance at Elementary #1 School’s main office at that time you will be given an appointment for on of the above dates to return the packet. NO APPOINTMENTS WILL ME MADE BY TELEPHONE.
Preschool students must be 4 on or before October 1, 2015 and kindergarten children must be 5 by that date.
Registration must be made in person by parent or guardian only. Parent/guardian musty bring an original birth certificate, proof of immunizations provided by a physician, two proofs of residency (examples, current tax bill, current utility bill, lease agreement, or an affidavit from our administration office if living with a relative or friend) and if applicable legal papers such as custody or restraining orders, and a picture ID such as a driver’s license or ID from motor vehicle. It is not necessary to have your child with you on the day of registration.
In other Middle news, Middle Township High School will be hosting a College Fair on April 22, from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Gym. This event is open to the public for parents and students.
There will be approximately 30 colleges attending. Visit the school website for list of colleges.
For more information call the MTHS Counseling Office at 465-1852 .
Wildwood High
Wildwood High School Drama Club will be presenting the spring musical “Footloose” on March 26-28, 2015, at 7:00 pm and March 28, there will be a matinee performance at 2:00 pm at 4300 Pacific Avenue, Wildwood, New Jersey 08260 in the high school auditorium.
Reserved advanced seating is available for purchase in the front lobby at the high school during the school day starting Wednesday, March 18, through the show dates, or tickets can be purchased for general admission at the door the nights of the performance(s). Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for seniors/students. There is a discount ticket price for seniors of $5.00 at the Thursday, March 26, 2015 performance.
The students will be presenting the show for the Wildwood Glenwood Avenue elementary students on Wednesday, March 25, or Thursday, March 26, at 9:00 am. Date for the performance is to be determined because of snow and PARCC testing. The Glenwood students will be able to watch the show and ask the cast and crew questions about being part of the musical production.
If you would like additional information please contact Teri Calloway, Advertising and Ticket Sales at 609-522-7922 ext 5273 at Wildwood High School or 609-408-2039 personal cell or by email at

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