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Looking forward
School district sets goals for
school year. PAGE 6
Annual wine festival
Trade old
costume
for new
at library
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Shamong Sun
The Burlington County Li-
brary System Pinelands Branch
will be holding its third annual
Green Halloween.
The costume swap allows those
in the area to donate their cos-
tume and receive a ticket to pick
up another one. All the costume
donations are through the library.
“It was so hugely successful, so
much so we’re doing it again this
year,” said Carole McKiernan,
youth services coordinator at the
main branch located in Westamp-
ton. “So many children grow out
of costumes, and it’s sitting in
boxes or drawers.”
The idea originated with
Danielle Haubrich, the youth
services librarian at the
Pinelands branch located in Med-
ford.
“It actually came from an off-
hand conversation with a mom at
a costume event,” Haubrich said.
please see LIBRARY, page 4
SHANNON CAULFIELD/The Shamong Sun
Crowds walked around Valenzano’s 10th annual WineFest. The event featured multiple activities for adults and children, including
helicopter rides, paintball, a band just for kids, pony rides and multiple wine selections from area wineries.
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cials gathering to participate in a
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After a year’s worth of repairs
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“She commented the costumes
were expensive and wished par-
ents could do a swap at the end of
the year. The comment stuck with
me to the following Halloween,
and it grew from there and con-
tinues to grow.”
Between 20 and 25 kids came
out for the swap last year, and a
total of 65 kids attended the event
at the Westampton location.
“This year’s event will be held
on Oct. 6, which is part of Nation-
al Costume Swap Day,” said McK-
iernan.
The official national swap day
lists all the branches in the nation
participating in the event.
“The library is registered in
the national directory. The actual
date is Oct. 13 but the libraries
will be holding it the sixth,”
LIBRARY
Continued from page 1
please see EXCESS, page 5
Special to The Sun
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costumes at
the Green Hal-
loween event in
2011. This year,
the Pinelands
branch expects
a big turnout.
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Haubrich said. “It’s a nice com-
mon spot for everyone to get the
word out about their swaps.”
According to Green Hal-
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community initiative to create
healthier and more Earth-friend-
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Whole Foods Market and was
such a huge success that, in 2008,
the initiative expanded nation-
wide. In cities across the country,
volunteer coordinators are turn-
ing their city’s Halloween holiday
healthy and eco-friendly, but
many are also raising money for
their own, local nonprofit benefi-
ciaries via the initiative.
Participants do not need to be a
library cardholder to donate and
swap. Residents in the area are
encouraged to come to the event
with their children.
“We just want to help the com-
munity and this is a good way to
reach everyone,” said Haubrich.
Gently used and complete cos-
tumes will be accepted for the
event, according to McKiernan.
“We wanted kids to get the full
experience of getting a costume
for free that they could potential-
ly buy,” McKiernan said.
“We’re expecting our biggest
turnout yet this year,” Haubrich
said. “It’s so exciting to see kids
get costumes. They get to make
their selection, and the kids are
thrilled to pick one out.”
The costumes swapped don’t
need to be used strictly for Hal-
loween. The library is encourag-
ing parents to bring their kids
who are in need of dress-up cos-
tumes.
“Parents brought their kids in
for something to play with as
well. Costumes can get expen-
sive,” said McKiernan.
No costume from the swap will
go to waste. All the donations
were sent up to the main branch
following Pineland’s swap last
year and the remaining costumes
after the main branch’s swap was
donated to a local church.
This year, all the branches will
be donating the excess costumes
to Goodwill.
For more information on
Green Halloween and other
branches in the area, visit
www.greenhalloween.org/cos-
tumeswap.
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ov. Christie’s long list of ethics
reforms has a fair number
that simply make sense. Prob-
lem is, state politicians can’t get past
the politics to enact them.
The governor, in his usual over-the-
top fashion, recently released a list of
reforms that, he says, have been sitting
around Trenton longer than the movie
“Titanic” was in theaters. And that’s a
shame, because some of these reforms
should be no-brainers.
The list includes:
A ban on dual office-holding. One po-
litical office is enough.
A ban on dual employment for all
state county and local officials and em-
ployees. Again, one government job in
New Jersey is enough.
Pension forfeiture for public officials
convicted of crimes that involve or
touch upon the public office. OK, if
you steal from the government, you
don’t get your government pension.
That, too, makes a lot of sense.
A rule that prohibits the use of cam-
paign funds for criminal defense costs.
That’s pretty much self-explanatory,
too. We’re guessing donors had other
things in mind when they wrote
checks other than helping out their fa-
vorite, yet criminally accused, candi-
date for public office.
These are just a few of the measures
the governor says have been hanging
around Trenton for hundreds of days.
The question is: Why? Who is opposed
to these ideas? Or, more likely, what
other politically charged ideas are
these tied to, which, effectively, kill the
chance of these measures getting en-
acted?
People are tired of talk. They want
action. Christie and the Democrats
have shown in the past that they can
work together and make reasonable
compromises. Education reform is a
good example.
We’d like to see the same approach
here. Pick the reform issues that every-
one can agree upon. Pass them. And
then go back to argue the ones that
aren’t so clear.
in our opinion
Ethics reform or politics?
A lot of common-sense reforms are just sitting in place
Ethics reform
We’d like to see the governor and
Democrats come together on some
common-sense ethics measures that
have been sitting around for far too
long.
District introduces four goals for year
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Shamong Sun
The school district will be working on
four goals for the school year that were in-
troduced at the Board of Education meet-
ing Sept. 18.
“The first district goal is the educator
evaluator system,” said Dr. Dolores Syz-
manski, superintendent of schools. “It will
be used throughout the schools for teach-
ers, principals and staff.”
The system will be based on a variety of
standards, web-based within the school dis-
trict, and uniform for each of those evalu-
ated.
The program is state mandated.
The school’s second objective deals with
implementation of a successful technology
program. The ultimate goal is integrating
technology into instructional practices, ac-
cording to Syzmanski.
“It’s primarily using existing tools we
have, like SmartBoards and SmartCables
and Lady Bugs – little projectors that can
project images of papers or worksheets on
to whiteboards,” said Syzmanski.
As part of the initiative, the district has
added more SmartBoards to classrooms.
“We also updated our Wi-Fi so it’s uni-
form through the building and everyone
has better access,” said Syzmanski.
The third goal is the professional devel-
opment of teachers.
“We want to develop our teachers’ pro-
fessional needs to help identify the needs of
our learners,” Syzmanski said. “We have to
provide more technology training, and
part of that is revamping the curriculum.”
Revisions of multiple programs are al-
ready in action and will continue to be
worked on throughout the academic year,
according to Syzmanski.
“We are in the process of aligning our
entire curriculum to the 2009 NJ CCCS and
the 2010 English Language Arts Common
Core Standards in kindergarten through
eighth grade, and 2010 Mathematics Com-
mon Core Standards in grades kinder-
garten through fifth grade. Grades six
through eight will align their mathematics
curriculum to the 2010 Common Core this
year, and, according to state guidelines, im-
plement next year,” Szymanski told The
Sun back in August.
The final goal includes plans to use data
analysis through standardized testing to
assist in the development of programs and
help instructors develop needs based on
the data collected.
“The data will be collected from multiple
sources, including NJASK, the standard-
ized testing used in the spring,” said Syz-
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TUESDAY OCT. 2
Shamong Township Committee
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iff ’s Department in conjunction
with the Delanco Township Po-
lice Department will hold its an-
nual Senior Citizens Police Acad-
emy on six consecutive Thurs-
days beginning Oct. 4 and run-
ning through Nov. 8.
The program, which focuses on
safety issues important to sen-
iors, is free of charge. Those in-
terested in attending should call
the Sheriff ’s Community Servic-
es Unit at (609) 265-3788.
“Senior Citizens will gain a
wealth of information and knowl-
edge on how they can better pro-
tect themselves from violence or
accidents, not to mention con-
sumer fraud,” said Sheriff Jean
Stanfield. “Folks will get to see
some of the county’s law enforce-
ment and public safety re-
sources.”
Classes will be held from 1 p.m.
to 3 p.m. at the Delanco Municipal
Court Room in Delanco, and will
include information on home se-
curity, fire prevention, the Project
Lifesaver tracking program, de-
fensive driving, consumer frauds
and cons, health issues, the court
system, and emergency and 2-1-1
CONTACT help lines.
All participants will also be
provided with photo ID cards.
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will continue to appreciate not
just the structure, but also the
time-honored traditions that
mark our legal system.”
Freeholder Leah Arter, who
serves as liaison to the courts,
commended both Spiezle Archi-
tectural Group of Trenton, and
the contractor, Murphy Quigley
Company of Philadelphia, for
their attention to detail over the
course of the yearlong construc-
tion project.
The project included a com-
plete replacement of the HVAC,
mold remediation, plaster
restoration, foundation water-
proofing, structural repairs, elec-
trical and sprinkler system up-
grades, security system and
audio and video improvements,
as well as finish work (patching
and painting).
“The entire interior has a
clean, bright look, without com-
promising the sense and feel of
historic value,” said Arter. “In the
grand scheme of things we are
preserving not just the building,
but also a nostalgic aura that
these courtrooms generate.”
The $4.1 million project also in-
cluded major improvements to
the buildings that house the
Burlington County Prosecutor’s
Child Advocacy Center, a portion
of which was funded with grant
dollars.
The decision was made to va-
cate the building in 2008 after em-
ployees reported a mildew odor.
An inspection showed no health
risk, but the stage was set to ad-
dress repairs. Mold was identified
in the piping system and eradicat-
ed. The courthouse was built in
1795, reportedly for the total sum
of $14,624.56, and the first session
of court was held a year later. The
bell was cast in England in 1755,
and was originally placed in the
first county courthouse, in
Burlington City. It was later relo-
cated to Mount Holly, to what was
then the “new” courthouse.
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Specialist
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Specializing in hands-on,
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