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Lenape District
Schools holds safety
program. PAGE 3
KRISTINA SCALA/The Tabernacle Sun
Seneca freshman defenseman Frankie Caterina looks for an open teammate to clear the ball against a Lenape High School player.
Seneca defeated Lenape in a shutout, 7-0.
Looking for an opening
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By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Tabernacle Sun
Seneca High School presents
“The Wiz,” with a cast of 70 stu-
dents, including three sets of sib-
lings, May 2-4.
This is the second time Seneca
has presented the musical. The
first time was in 2006. It will be re-
cycling and reusing props and
items from the previous perform-
ance.
“The Wiz” is set in Central
Park in New York City instead of
Kansas, where Dorothy follows
the yellow brick road.
According to assistant director
Tracy Betts, “The Wiz” charac-
MORE INFORMATION
Seneca High School’s pro-
duction of the “The Wiz” will
open May 2 at 7 p.m. and will
run May 3 at 7 p.m. and May 4
at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets can
be purchased at the door and
online at LRHSD.org/Seneca
Musical.
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Lenape District holds
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By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Tabernacle Sun
Lenape Regional High School
District recently held a two-day
emergency planning course, de-
signed by FEMA and hosted by
the state police, to prepare the
schools to handle emergency situ-
ations.
“Back in the fall after the
Sandy Hook Elementary School
shooting, of course we did what
we could to put everything in
place for school shootings,” said
Carol Birnbohm, superintendent
of schools during the April 17
board of education meeting. “We
didn’t want to just train for a
school crisis with just a school
shooting in mind. We wanted to
look at everything in a school set-
ting.”
Medford Township Emergency
Management Coordinator Lt. Jef-
frey Wagner of the township po-
lice department brought the pro-
gram to the attention of Birn-
bohm.
The training program is imple-
mented nationally and presented
by FEMA. Normally, the actual
training is hosted in Maryland,
but in this case, it was brought to
the district.
LRHSD Security and Emer-
gency Management Coordinator
James Kehoe, all eight sending
districts’ representatives, re-
source officers from Cherokee,
Shawnee, Lenape and Seneca,
fire, EMS, state police, buildings
and grounds and transportation
personnel were in attendance, ac-
cording to Birnbohm. Additional-
ly, police from Evesham and Med-
ford townships attended the train-
ing.
"We immediately made sure we
had procedures in place to ad-
dress incidents similar to last
fall's events, but we also put some
distance between those incidents
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“This was a rare chance for all
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who respond to school emergen-
cies to sit down and discuss pro-
cedures and strategies to handle a
wide range of hazards and
threats that may affect our
schools.”
According to Birnbohm,
LRHSD utilizes many of the prac-
tices already in place.
The core of the program is to
establish a standardized method
for schools to develop customized
emergency operations plans that
adhere to a national standard, ac-
cording to Sgt. William Craney of
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agement Section South Region in
the release.
“LRHSD already has a compre-
hensive plan in place, and by
training with key emergency re-
sponders, they are well on their
way to improving their response
to all school hazards. A lot of the
best practices are already in use
DISTRICT
Continued from page 3
District uses
safety plans
in place
please see STUDENTS, page 5
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Students read novel
in the current Lenape Regional
High School District Crisis Plan,”
Craney said.
“This was a great opportunity
to strengthen the already excel-
lent relationships built over years
among the schools and public
safety agencies while sharing
new ideas to continually improve
our crisis response plans,” said
Wagner in the release.
In other news:
• Seneca High School senior
Abby Saiia presented Highlights
from the Student’s Perspective, a
series where the board brings in
students to present from the four
schools.
Saiia chronicled the students’
activities outside academics in-
cluding No Place For Hate, which
students would learn how to be
an “upstander,” spread kindness,
signed a contract and mix it up
day, where students would sit
with peers they may not have
known.
Seneca students also held a
homecoming parade during half-
time of the game, a powederpuff
game where the junior girls took
on the senior girls in football, a
character breakfast, Hugs for
Brady charity dinner, the Spirit
Carnival and A Walk Under the
Stars, as part of the One Book,
One School program.
Students and faculty read “A
Fault in Our Stars” by John
Green, about two teenagers deal-
ing with childhood cancer.
“A Walk Under the Stars” was
organized based on the American
Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
“It was a really great way to
bring the book to life,” Saiia said.
STUDENTS
Continued from page 4
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W
hat can be said about the
Boston Marathon tragedy
that hasn’t been said al-
ready? It’s another senseless act of
anonymous violence.
Add the Boston Marathon to the list
with Newtown, Conn.; Columbine,
Colo.; Atlanta, Ga.; Waco, Texas; Okla-
homa City, Okla.; New York, N.Y.; and
countless others.
The person, or people, who commit-
ted this act is a terrorist – make no
mistake about that. As of press time
(April 19), one person believed to be a
suspect was shot dead by authorities in
Boston, while another was still on the
loose. These people prayed on innocent
lives in a vulnerable situation.
Three victims were killed, including
an 8-year-old boy, and almost 200 others
were wounded by two bombs that were
placed in bags near the Marathon’s fin-
ish line.
The victims of the tragedy stretch
far beyond the city of Boston, the state
of Massachusetts, and the region of
New England. Runners travel from
near and far to participate in the
world’s oldest annual marathon, which
began in 1897, and family and friends
travel with them to watch them finish.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to
everyone affected.
When will these acts of mass vio-
lence end? It’s scary to think the more
appropriate word to use is “if” and not
“when.”
But we need to continue living our
lives. We can’t live in fear, as difficult
as that may be. We can’t stop attending
our sons’ and daughters’ Little League
games, our parents’ marathon runs,
our favorite professional or college
sports teams’ big games, our favorite
band’s concerts just because violence
may happen where large groups of
people congregate.
It may happen – that’s an unfortu-
nate reality of our lives. We can height-
en and increase security (which we
should do), but we ultimately can’t pre-
vent every act of terror.
That’s a sad reality.
What we can do is continue to live
our lives like normal, remembering
the victims and helping their families
along the way. This is what the terror-
ist doesn’t want, and this what we
should give him, her or them.
in our opinion
Another senseless act of violence
Boston Marathon tragedy reinforces the fact that we’re living in scary times
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Tabernacle schools discuss technology
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Tabernacle Sun
The Tabernacle Board of Education ap-
proved a three-year technology plan for the
district during April 15 meeting.
According to Superintendent of Schools
George Rafferty, it is an optional plan for
federal E-rates and a discount on technolo-
gy, including telecommunication, media
and Internet.
“We realized we would see substantial
savings from this program,” Rafferty said.
The school district will likely realize be-
tween 40-50 percent discounts for the serv-
ices. The district will be leasing Dell com-
puters, which will be renewed in three
years. Additionally, the Wi-Fi was upgrad-
ed between the schools.
“We increased our bandwidth. We can
throw every student in the school on a de-
vice and our Wi-Fi can handle it,” Rafferty
said.
Eighty iPads were also provided and will
be overseen by the special education teach-
ers. Each school will have two carts with 40
iPads for each classroom to use as needed,
according to Rafferty.
The School Improvement Panel will be
put in place through state legislation as
part of the new teacher evaluation tool be-
ginning next year.
“Each school must have one. [The panel]
must include the principals, another ad-
ministrator and equal teacher representa-
tion,” Rafferty said.
The board is working with the teachers
association to be part of the panel.
The program will be used for new
teacher mentoring, to monitor the teacher
evaluation system, how to approach teach-
ers who are below proficiency and how
reach a professional improvement plan, ac-
cording to Rafferty.
The panel is slated to be in place by the
end of this year.
In other news:
• The district will be eliminating numer-
ous special education assistant positions
as a result of a decline in enrollment in
students with IEPs on top of “substantial
declining enrollment.”
The district has a current enrollment of
808 students – 429 at Tabernacle Elemen-
tary School and 379 at Kenneth R. Olson
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“It was one of those things I will
never be able to forget.”
Additionally, students and fac-
ulty donated hair and shaved
their heads after donating money
to the cause.
Saiia noted the Precious Gems
Memorial Run is coming up and
will be done as “color run” with
colorful powder being thrown as
runners do the 5k, to be held
April 27.
“We’ll see how that goes, a lot
of us are excited,” Saiia.
• Seneca’s cross country team
will be honored by the state board
of education for good sportsman-
ship on May 15.
According to Birnbohm, the
team came in first at the Cross
Country Shootout at Gloucester
County College.
The team placed first after a
Mt. St. Dominic runner, slated to
win first place, collapsed several
feet from the finish line. As a re-
sult, Mt. St. Dominic didn’t place,
and Seneca ended up with the
title.
“At the awards ceremony,
Seneca knew the way in which
they won the trophy and didn’t
feel right,” Birnbohm said.
“They turned over their trophy
at the awards ceremony.
“That was a pretty special
thing to happen.”
The next board of education
meeting is scheduled for May 15
at 7:30 p.m. at the District Admin-
istration Building located at 93
Willow Grove Road in Shamong.
Next meeting is
scheduled for May 15
NEXT
Continued from page 5
Fewer
students
Middle School, board vice presi-
dent Michael Lee said. That rep-
resents a decrease of 28 students
from the same time last year.
According to Rafferty, there’s
an anticipated timeline with the
Tabernacle Education Associa-
tion to recall the special educa-
tion assistants when needed.
Meetings have been held at both
schools with the TEA and assis-
tants about the matter.
“Whenever a district is unsure
of the extent of services it will
need, like in the extent of the spe-
FEWER
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we live together,” Autumn said.
The girls are pit singers; Au-
tumn performs as an alto, while
Taylor is a soprano.
“It helps us listen to the har-
monies and how it should sound
on the stage,” Autumn said.
According to all the girls, the
idea about being a family is
All four girls practice at home
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Sunday, April 28, a nationwide
celebration that teaches the im-
portance of physical activity and
how much fun it can be for the
whole family.
The event will take place rain
or shine on Sunday, April 28.
The event will run from 1-4
p.m.
For more information, contact
the Mt. Laurel YMCA Welcome
Center at 856-234-6200, or visit
www.ymca-bc.org.
‘The Wiz’ opens
May 2 at 7 p.m.
at Seneca High
shared with the cast and through-
out Seneca student body.
“At Seneca we say we’re family,
and in my time here, we’ve be-
come so close.
“With an actual family mem-
ber in the show, it completes the
image,” Abby said.
With the opening show date
closing in, the girls are anticipat-
ing opening night.
According to Emma, the show
is more soulful and jazzier, and
the audience shouldn’t expect the
traditional version of the musi-
cal.
“There’s a lot of energy in this
show, which is great,” Betts said.
The faculty members’ children
are involved in the production,
ranging in ages from 4 to 11, cast
as the munchkins.
“They really enjoy being on the
stage,” Betts said. “They’re outgo-
ing and excited. They practice at
home with their parents as well.”
“The Wiz” opens May 2 at 7
p.m.
“It’s really starting to come to-
gether with the acting, singing
and dancing,” Betts said. “We’re
exciting. We’re hoping a lot of
people come out.”
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Continued from page 10 cial education assistants, it must
implement this kind of action
fairly across the board,” Rafferty
said.
• The board accepted board
member Jamie Wood’s resigna-
tion. The rescue squad member
served for 10 years.
“She is one of the reasons Tab-
ernacle is such a great place to
live,” said Doug Hess, board of ed-
ucation president, in a letter, as
he was not present for the meet-
ing.
“I always knew I was in good
hands. That leads me to the social
Board
accepts
resignation
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‘Healthy Kids Day’ on April 28
Host a Spanish student June 30
Become a host family for a stu-
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20.
If you have a spare bed and a
desire for an international experi-
ence right in your own home, con-
tact organizers at compas-
samy@gmail.com. The students
are between the ages of 14
through 17 years old. This oppor-
tunity is offered to them through
their school. There are 15 stu-
dents who need placement, along
with one adult.
The students bring their own
money to participate in events
with the host family and the host
family is not expected to pay the
student’s way. Host families will
receive a small stipend to account
for the extra food and gas money
spent.
Families may consist of a sin-
gle parent or a two-parent home
with children (preferable), or a
couple with no children in the
home.
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more information should contact
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The next board of education
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Middle School Media Center, 132
New Road.
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ing approval of meeting dates, as follows:
May 20 at 7:30 p.m.
June 17 at 7 p.m.
July 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 19 at 7 p.m.
Sept. 16 at 7 p.m.
Oct. 21 at 7 p.m.
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involved with a multi-trillion/year deregulation in
telecommunications and now, in the deregulation of
energy! We work with numerous Fortune 100
companies. In Spring 2011, we were featured on
Prime Time Television based on what we've done.
We will teach you all of the aspects of our business!
• Trainers, public speakers, coaches, sales
consultants
• Work & teach in one on one situations, small
groups, large ballroom settings, and even on
stage in front of 20,000 people
• Be your own boss
• Set your own hours
• Capitalize on three of the biggest industries in the
world: telecommunications, energy, banking
• Work from home
• Company rewards trips
• Unlimited income potential: Compensation is
performance based including weekly bonuses
and monthly residual pay
• Customize a plan that fits your desired income,
schedule, family life
Please send contact information / resume to the
following email address:
dosomethingsignificant@yahoo.com
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