Johnson News Archive
If you were unable to attend Back to School Night but would still like to view the principal and PTA president's presentation, please click here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73U3gUp5QaY&feature=youtu.be
Don't forget... Johnson Elementary School is hosting Back to School Night on September 27th. K-2 runs from 6:30-7:30 and 3-5 runs from 7:45-8:45.
See you all there!
Dr. Meloche has issued an important letter regarding the New Jersey Student Learning Assessment for Science (NJSLA-S) field test, to be administered to 5th, 8th and 11th grade students in May. This assessment replaces the NJASK Sciene and NJ Biology Competency Test (NJBCT) administered in previous years. This letter details the process required for refusing the test. Refusals must be received by building principals by Friday, May 4, 2018.
If you missed Back to School Night, please click the link below to see Mr. Peltzman's presentation including an address by our PTA President, Mrs. Janet Hung.
Please note that our Back to School Night has been changed to September 27th due to a scheduling conflict. As we did last year, kindergarten, first and second grade teacher presentations will be from 6:30pm-7:30pm. Third, fourth, and fifth grade teacher presentations will be from 7:45pm-8:45pm.
See you all there!
The Cherry Hill Fire Department has been a partner with the Cherry Hill School District providing fire safety education for many years. In 2014 we presented a new program entitled "Safety Smart". Safety Smart is a school-based curriculum that links teachers with community safety experts and parents. Safety Smart is being taught in grades 1, 3, 5 and 6 as part of the Physical/Health Education Program.
The goal of the Safety Smart Program is not only to teach students valuable safety skills, but also to have the students put these skills to use outside of the school environment. A valuable tool to help us evaluate the effectiveness of the program is the parent survey. We ask parents/guardians to please take a few minutes to complete an online Parent Survey so we can determine how, if at all, the instruction is being put to use.
Select summer enrichment classes are still open at Cherry Hill High School East in drama, art, photography, graphic design, model rockets, knitting, chess and more for Cherry Hill residents entering grades 5-11. Course descriptions and registration form are available online. Please submit registration form and payment ASAP.
It's that time of year... PARCC Time!
Please see the schedule below for grade level testing dates.
5th Grade: 4/19, 4/20, 4/21, 4/24, and 4/25
4th Grade: 5/1, 5/2, 5/3, 5/4, and 5/8
3rd Grade: 5/9, 5/10, 5/11, 5/12, and 5/15
All Cherry Hill Public Schools are closed for Spring Break from Monday, April 10 through Friday, April 14, 2017. Schools will reopen for all students and staff on Monday, April 17, 2017 – the makeup day for the inclement weather closure on March 14.
The make-up day for the snow day on March 14, 2017 will be Monday, April 17, 2017.
The Cherry Hill Public Schools is in the process of doing water analysis in all 19 of our buildings. Please see the District's Water Testing Results & Plan page for updated information.
Superintendent Joseph Meloche at the Board of Education Work Session on November 15, 2016, presented the District's plan to address the results of ongoing water testing in the District.
Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway!
Our Student Council is collecting a number of different items to fill Turkey Baskets for families in need. Please see below for the list of items we're collecting. We are looking to have all items collected by Friday, November 18th. Thank you for your contribution!
Kindergarten and First Grade- Canned Vegetables
Second Grade- Stuffing, Boxed Potatoes, and Mac and Cheese
Third Grade- Canned Fruit, Muffin Mix, and Quick Bread
Fourth Grade- Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, and Canned Soup
Fifth Grade- Coffee, Tea, and Canned/Boxed Juices (no glass please)
We are excited to announce our first Monthly Video Newsletter of the 2016-2017 school year! We hope you enjoy it!
Please click HERE for a letter regarding the recent water testing completed at Johnson School.
Please see the message below for important information regarding construction on Springdale Road.
Beginning on or about Monday 10/24/2016, Springdale Road northbound will be CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC at Evesham Road, extending through the end of the work zone at Lark Lane / Wilderness Drive. Southbound traffic will be using the northbound lane due to the southbound lane being impassable from construction. The intersections with Chateau Drive and Cunningham Lane will be closed during these work times. Morris Drive and Spring Road traffic will only be able to go south on Springdale, no northbound travel will be possible. Local access to the ShopRite store and the Holly Ravine Shopping Center will be permitted. All other Springdale Rd / White Horse Rd northbound traffic will be detoured onto Evesham Road, to Cropwell Road or to Haddonfield-Berlin Road to get around the work area.
This detour will be in place from about 7am through about 3:30pm, Monday through Friday, for about three weeks. Emergency vehicles responding to calls for service within the closed area will have northbound access via radio communication to police officers in the work zone. The restrictions will be lifted at the end of each daily work period and through the weekends.
Throughout the month of October, our Student Council will be coordinating a collection of new socks. All collected socks will be donated to a homeless shelter in Camden. Last year we raised over 100 pairs of socks!
I hope you're all enjoying the final days of summer and taking in some sun. It's been a busy few weeks at Johnson as we're getting ready to welcome all of our 409 students as well as launch our #YearOfHappy.
To help ease some of the typical traffic we see during Back to School Night, we're going to be trying something new this year. Rather than have one time for the entire school, we're going to have two different sessions.
To start with, our Back to School Night is on Thursday, September 15th.
For parents of students in kindergarten through second grade, Back to School Night will be from 6:30 to 7:30.
For parents of students in third grade through fifth grade, Back to School Night will be from 7:45-8:45.
This should allow everyone to fit in the APR for the opening remarks as well as free up some much needed parking spaces.
More information will be coming home about our Back to School Night when school begins on September 6th.
Thank you for your continued support.
Please read the Safety Smart Letter and then click the link below to participate in the Safety Smart Survey. Safety Smart is a school-based curriculum that links teachers with community safety experts and parents. Your feedback is very important to us as it will be used in preparation for future offerings. Thank you!Link no longer active, so it has been removed.
Come cheer on teachers & employees from the Cherry Hill School District as they compete in a Volleyball Tournament & raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Friday, April 8th at 5:30 p.m. Cherry Hill East High School. $3.00 admission donation per person OR Wear 2016 VFS T-shirt to event and admission is FREE
Please see the flyer for information and be there 7PM May 1, 2016 at Cherry Hill West HS.
Sign up and support our biggest fundraiser of the year!
Join the 5th Grade this Friday for a night of food and fun! We will be playing bingo all night with a loaded prize table and winners galore! Admission donation is $5/player or $20/family and covers all rounds of bingo. Dinner and dessert available for purchase. Read more here!
The registration date for children entering Johnson school for Kindergarten or 1st grade is Wednesday, March 2, 2016. Please pick up a registration packet in the school office and click here for more information.
Thank you to the Johnson community for raising over $1,000 and countless donations of toys, coats, pet supplies and food to give back to families in need right here in Cherry Hill! Congratulations goes out to the 4th grade for raising the most money. They enjoyed a grade-wide ice cream social for their generosity!