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You can use most any measure when speaking of success. Some measure by the size of their house or the net worth of their portfolio. However, the measure of real success is one you cannot spend. It’s the way your child describes you when talking to a friend. ~Unknown
2017 New Jersey School of Character Seal
2017
State School of
Character
 
2019
A.R.K. Energy Bus

 
2018
Kindness Heroes

2017
The Great Kindness Challenge
 

2016
Family Meetings
Make Buddies Not Bullies

2017 National School of  Character
2017
National School of
Character
2019 Kindness Certified School Logo

2017, 2018, & 2019
Kindness Certified School

Knight Events

Day 4
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5th Grade Bowling
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American Education Week
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Day 5
all day
Lifetouch Photo Make Up Day
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Day 1
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Zone Char Ed Meeting
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Cherry Hill Public Library, 1100 Kings Hwy N, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034, USA

District Events

West Fall Musical
Cherry Hill High School West, 1201 Chapel Ave.
West Fall Musical
Cherry Hill High School West, 1201 Chapel Ave.
West Fall Musical
Cherry Hill High School West, 1201 Chapel Ave.
Fair Funding Meeting
Malberg Administration Building, 45 Ranoldo Terrace (Board Room)
Carusi Dance
John A. Carusi Middle School, 315 Roosevelt Drive
Homecoming Dances
Cherry Hill High Schools East and West
BOE Action Meeting
Malberg Administration Building, 45 Ranoldo Terrace

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Anti-Bullying Information

HIB Grade Report

LaCoyya H. Weathington
Director of Pupil Services
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
45 Ranoldo Terrace
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
(856) 429-5600 x4431

Jane Rickansrud
School Counselor
Knight Anti-Bullying Specialist
(856)428-0830 x5011

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Knight News

School Toolbox for 2019-2020 now available!
School Toolbox for 2019-2020 now available!

Go to www.schooltoolbox.com to access the updated school supply lists for the 2019-20 school year and to purchase your supplies online.

2017 Promising Practice for The Great Kindness Challenge
2017 Promising Practice for The Great Kindness Challenge

Each year, as part of the Schools of Character program, Character.org recognizes educators in the United States and elsewhere who have implemented unique, specific, and effective character education strategies. This year ARK was recognized with a 2017 National Promising Practices award for our participation in The Great Kindness Challenge. During the week of January 23, 2017 ARK students performed 4.352 kind acts and raised $486.87 to help build a school and kindness center in Quetta, Pakistan.

A. Russell Knight designated a 2017 National School of Character
A. Russell Knight designated a 2017 National School of Character

We are excited to announce that A. Russell Knight Elementary has been designated a 2017 National School of Character by character.org! Knight is among 83 schools from 21 states named a 2017 National School of Character. Through an in-depth and rigorous evaluation process, Knight was found to be an exemplary model of character development. Character.org will honor the 2017 designated schools and districts at its 24th National Forum on Character Education to be held the weekend of October 20-21, 2017, in Arlington, VA.

A. Russell Knight 2017 NJ School of Character
A. Russell Knight 2017 NJ School of Character

We are pleased to announce that Character.org, a national advocate and leader for the character education movement, named A. Russell Knight Elementary School a 2017 New Jersey School of Character. The program recognized ARK as a school that has demonstrated its use of character development to drive a positive impact on academics, student behavior, and ARK's school climate. Criteria for the designation are based on Character.org's 11 Principles of Effective Character Education, which includes providing students with opportunities for moral action, fostering shared leadership and engaging families and communities as partners in character-building efforts.

Congratulations to the entire A. Russell Knight Community on this amazing achievement!

About Character.org: Founded in 1993, Character.org, is a national nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. It works with schools and districts to inspire, educate and empower young people to be ethical and engaged citizens. It is led by education leaders who are dedicated to youth learning how to be both smart and good through the advancement of quality character development in all schools.

Visit www.character.org to learn more about the National Forum and the Schools of Character program.



District News

Public Input Sought at November 14 Forums Regarding CHPS Strategic Plan
Public Input Sought at November 14 Forums Regarding CHPS Strategic Plan

The Board of Education has embarked on the process of developing a strategic plan that will guide our district-wide work over the next 3-5 years. As we begin to build this plan, it is important that parents and community members have an opportunity to consider the future work and priorities of the district.

We invite you to attend one of our open forums on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at 9:30 am in the Board Room at the Malberg Administration Building, 45 Ranoldo Terrace, or at 7:30 pm in the Large Group Instruction Room at Beck Middle School, 950 Cropwell Rd, to share your ideas about the areas of focus and bodies of work that you believe will have the most impact for our students over the next few years. These forums will be facilitated by Judith Wilson, who is leading this planning process.

Please RSVP to publicinfo@chclc.org

Safety & Security Forum Video Now Available, Post-Forum Questions Accepted Via Online Portal
Safety & Security Forum Video Now Available, Post-Forum Questions Accepted Via Online Portal

Community members with additional questions after the Safety & Security Forum at Cherry Hill High School West at 7 pm on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 are invited to submit them via our online portal. Post-forum submissions may be included in a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document posted on this web site. The video recording of the forum is available on our YouTube channel. Also available online are the panelists' biographies and a chart showing security and mental health support resources at each of our high schools and middle schools, and at the elementary grade level.

High School Graduation Requirements Now Available
High School Graduation Requirements Now Available

The New Jersey Department of Education has released the updated high school graduation assessment requirements in English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and mathematics for the Classes of 2019 through 2022. These requirements are available online.