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Seneca holds first Color Me Goodness Run
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Tabernacle Sun
Seneca High School held its
first-ever Color Me Goodness
Run, covering runners in a cloud
of colors.
We sort of took it off of the
color runs that are being held na-
tionally. It was a spin on the Pre-
cious Gems Run weve held, said
Erin Lawler, substance aware-
ness coordinator at Seneca. Its
about making good decisions that
can have an impact on others.
The Precious Gems Memorial
remembers four teens killed by a
repeat drunken driving offender.
The four girls, Megan Blong,
Amanda Geiger, Shana Lawler
and Angela McGrady, were from
the Medford area.
Erin is Shanas older sister.
The death of Shana, Angela,
Amanda and Megan could have
very easily been prevented. Driv-
ing under the influence is not an
accident. The actions of consum-
ing alcohol willingly proceeded
by turning the key to make the
motor of your car start and then
hitting the accelerator, all while
under the influence, is not acci-
dental. The woman who drove at
65 miles an hour into the girls
car, making no effort to break all
before noon on April 6 (1999), did
so willingly, Lawler said. I walk
the hallways of Seneca each day
hoping that just maybe I can pre- SHANNON CAULFIELD/The Tabernacle Sun
A runner is showered in colors at the end of Seneca High Schools first-ever Color Me Goodness Run, which was held April 27. To see more
photos from the run, please see page 11. please see COLOR, page 3
vent the next Melissa Marvin
from making a decision that
claimed someone's sister, daugh-
ter, best friend, because the four
crosses on the main bypass of
Kill Devil Hills do not stand
alone.
There are thousands of cross-
es that are erected every year be-
cause someone didn't think,
someone didn't step in and say
something, take the keys.
Someone's somebody is repre-
sented with each cross and that
isn't fair.
That's why we created the
Precious Gems Memorial, be-
cause we refuse to let their loss
be in vain.
In January 2000, the driver,
Melissa Marvin, was found guilty
of four counts of second degree
murder and one count of assault
with a deadly weapon. She was
sentenced to a minimum of 60
years in prison.
For the past 14 years, I, and
the other families, have pressed
forward and entered new chap-
ters in our lives, Lawler said.
But there is not a day that I do
not think of my sister.
Melissa Marvin removed four
lives from this earth. The girls,
their families had no say.
The Lenape Regional High
School District continues to
teach about the dangers of drink-
ing while driving and how the
choices people make affect one
another.
Though the run is usually
about Precious Gems, this year it
focused on making decisions.
The Precious Gems Memorial
inspired the event. I needed to
take a year off to put a different
spin on things and what tran-
spired, Lawler said, noting that
nothing has changed but the
name of the event.
Lawler presented three assem-
blies to the students with alumni
and seniors reflecting on the
good, bad and in between of mak-
ing choices from high school to
college.
They learned about choosing
friends wisely, things that matter
and dont matter, Lawler said.
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approves Evaluation instrument
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Tabernacle Sun
The state Department of Edu-
cation recently approved the
Lenape Regional High School
District's Teaching Practice Eval-
uation Instrument "as part of the
state's plan to implement annual
professional performance re-
views of classroom teachers," ac-
cording to a recent release.
Schools are required to begin
implementation of AchieveNJ by
the 2013-14 school year.
According to the DOE, current
evaluations are often subjective
and infrequent, and better teach-
ing and learning do not result.
The state has been working on
the new evaluation system since
2011, and it will be launched
statewide next fall.
According to the release,
LRHSD Superintendent of
Schools Carol L. Birnbohm and a
team of educators representing
all the district's schools complet-
ed the state DOE's rigorous Re-
quest for Qualification for the
evaluation instrument applica-
tion.
In addition to teacher evalua-
tions, tenure procedures have
been changed.
According to the DOE, educa-
tors are eligible to earn tenure
after four years, one year longer
than it took under the previous
law.
In addition, for teachers, prin-
cipals, assistant principals and
vice principals, TEACHNJ links
the earning and keeping of
tenure to the results of the em-
ployees annual combined evalua-
tion.
We were gratified to be noti-
fied that Lenape's evaluation tool
was placed on the state's list of
Approved Teaching Practice
Evaluation Instruments, which
reinforces our commitment to
our 'home grown' model," Birn-
bohm said in the release.
Additional schools in the area
have begun preparation for the
change, including Cherry Hill
and Moorestown.
The change will be positive fi-
nancially for the district. LRHSD
will stand to see $70,000 in cost
savings per year by implement-
ing its own evaluation instead of
contracting with a third party.
LRHSD has been implement-
ing the Research for Better
Teaching Inc. model for the past
16 years as the professional devel-
opment model.
RBT has been used to aid and
please see EVALUATION, page 6
in our opinion
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Day and Labor Day weekends
are crucial for the Jersey Shore,
which, no matter what town you live
in, has a vital impact on the Garden
States economy. And while beautiful
weather is causing excitement for
beach season to be high, beach towns
are also experiencing high anxiety as
the big first weekend looms less than
three weeks away.
Six months removed from the devas-
tation caused by Hurricane Sandy,
Shore towns are still fighting to fully
recover. Beach remediation is going on
in full force in Ocean City, as we speak.
While the Boardwalk is alive and well,
and parts of the beach are open to the
public, other parts are still under
heavy construction.
Further north, towns such as Sea-
side Heights, Sandy Hook, Point Pleas-
ant and Sea Bright are all scrambling
to get as much done as possible before
the season opens.
What effect this will have on the suc-
cess, or failure, of the local economy
wont be known until the end of sum-
mer, and might not be felt in full until
the winter holiday shopping season.
In Atlantic City, a purchase deal be-
tween PokerStars and the Atlantic
Club casino put a damper on hopes, at
least temporarily. PokerStars, a lead-
ing company in online poker and other
gambling, had been trying to buy the
casino since the fall, but final attempts
to do so fell through.
Now, many of the approximately
1,800 workers at the casino which re-
ported a $43 million net loss in 2012
could be out of a job.
Gov. Christie believes the states
newest offering of online gambling,
which was passed in February, could
become a $1.2 billion industry, but that
wont happen for a few years yet, for
sure.
So what can be done in the mean-
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If youre Atlantic City, keep trying to
find a buyer for the Atlantic Club, and
expand marketing efforts to bring
more gamblers to the coast.
If youre a Shore town, welcome vis-
itors with open arms, and use these
last two weeks of preparation to work
as hard as possible.
If youre a New Jersey resident, stay
local this summer and spend money at
our Shore towns.
Every little bit will help us all in the
long run.
Stay local this summer
New Jerseys Shore towns could use your help
Your thoughts
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to do so this summer.
Evaluation committee began in 2012
develop educators, promote collegiality, de-
velop leadership skills for strong school
and district culture and build in-house pro-
fessional development in all LRHSD
schools to ensure skillful teaching, accord-
ing to the release.
According to the release, when the DOE
in 2012 announced its plans to require
school districts to implement state-man-
dated evaluation instruments, the district
organized the District Evaluation Adviso-
ry Committee to analyze its RBT-based
teacher evaluation instrument to ensure
alignment with the requirements.
Birnbohm credits the members of the
DEAC, who worked together for nearly a
year, for spearheading the district's suc-
cessful RFQ application, the release said.
"This truly was a district-wide effort
that engaged administrators and teaching
staff representing the Education Associa-
tion. It was representative of the teamwork
that defines the Lenape District and rein-
forces our focus on professional excellence
and the success and well-being of every
student," Birnbohm said in the release.
LRHSD Director of Curriculum and In-
struction Heather Xenakis, who chaired
the DEAC and coordinated the RFQ appli-
cation process, is unequivocally dedicated
to the district's continued success using
the RBT pedagogical model, which rein-
forces a common language between teach-
ers and administrators, which is critical to
improve instruction.
Having high expectations for profes-
sional growth is the backbone for success
in the classroom, Birnbohm said in the re-
lease.
"We realize many benefits using our own
model," Xenakis said. "Teachers have a
comfort level with RBT terminology and
ideology because it has been part of our
professional development for 16 years. Dis-
trict teachers serve as RBT in-district
trainers and lead all professional develop-
ment coursework.
And last, but not least, the district real-
izes huge savings each year.
EVALUATION
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WEDNESDAY MAY 8
Storytime for kids 4 to 6 years old:
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. 10:30 a.m.
and 2:30 p.m. Miss Danielle will
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Registration required, visit
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Pinelands Young at Heart Seniors
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Tabernacle Womans Association
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THURSDAY MAY 9
Scleroderma Foundation Burling-
ton/Camden County Support
Group: 1:30 p.m. at 385 Kings
Highway North, Cherry Profes-
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ence room. It will meet on the
second Thursday of every other
month. This is a supportive chat
for patients, family members,
friends and caregivers who are
experienced with Scleroderma.
The meeting is free. For addition-
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Paws to Read: 3:45 p.m. 4 p.m. and
4:15 p.m. Pinelands Branch
Library, 39 Allen Ave., Medford.
Children are welcome to practice
their reading skills and make a
new friend by reading aloud to
Ocho, a registered therapy dog.
Sign up for a 15- minute slot and
see what it's all about. Registra-
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FRIDAY MAY 10
Pinelands Garden Club of Medford
Annual Plant Sale: 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Medford Township Public
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plants and herbs. Garden Club
members and master gardeners
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MONDAY MAY 13
Indian Mills Historical Society
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COLORRUN
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Seneca High School held its first ever Color Me Goodness Run on
April 27. We sort of took it off of the color runs that are being held
nationally. It was a spin on the Precious Gems Run weve held, said
Erin Lawler, substance awareness coordinator at Seneca. Its about
making good decisions that can have an impact on others. The run
drew a third of the schools population in addition to teachers and
alumni. Lawler is unsure of a second color run, but was pleased with
the outcome.
Alumni talked about what they
knew and how important it is to
learn about decision making.
Three or four graduates pro-
vided the student body with a
good representation of kids who
go on to four-year schools and
two-year schools to provide in-
sight in what to expect, accord-
ing to Lawler.
One of the students shared
about how his friend base
changed and it wasnt the center
of the world, Lawler said. Mak-
ing good decisions can be crip-
pling [for students] from now to
the first weeks of college.
Not being able to get accli-
mated and kids getting caught up
in the party scene and the stuff
that goes on with that.
Lawlers intent was to deliver
the same information the Pre-
cious Gems lesson provided in a
lighter manner.
I always tell the kids we have
a blank canvas in life and ask
them how theyre going to color
it and enhance it, Lawler said.
Students wore a blank can-
vas to the event, arriving in
white shirts and shorts.
Volunteers threw a mixture of
cornstarch and dried tempera
paint onto the runners.
Lawler and volunteers mixed
600 pounds of color for the event.
According to Lawler, a third of
the school attended the run, the
most ever for an event at Seneca.
We did a lot of research in
terms of whats entailed into a
color run, what goes into creat-
ing a course, Lawler said.
The process was time consum-
ing, but when the plans for the
run were revealed, students were
extremely excited to be a part of
it.
This is a trial run to see how
many participants we would get,
and I was pretty impressed,
Lawler said.
The run contributed to the cul-
ture of the school, often referred
to as a family by faculty and
staff.
It was one further thing that
provided another example of
why Seneca is Seneca, Lawler
said. Allowing kids to be part of
these projects that are grandiose
and doing things that arent typi-
cal within a high school.
It gives them a chance to
dream big and do substance-free
activities.
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Senior High Mission
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The Senior High Mission Team
will be hosting a car wash and
bake sale at Lord of Life Luther-
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Tabernacle, off of Tabernacle
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a.m. until noon.
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The Medford-Vincentown Ro-
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annual Gary S. Ley Memorial
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the Medford Lakes Country Club
in Medford Lakes.
The outing will begin at 11 a.m.
with a lunch buffet, a noon shot-
gun start and dinner following
the end of the golf outing.
This outing will be conducted
on a best ball scramble format
with prizes given for the longest
drive, hole-in-one, and closest to
pin.
Business and individual spon-
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ing.
There will be four categories of
sponsors.
To be a Par Sponsor the do-
nation will be $125, for a Birdie
Sponsor it will be $250, for an
Eagle Sponsor $500 and for a
Lead Sponsor the donation will
be $2,500.
The Lead Sponsor can have
four golfers play in the outing,
recognition on the Medford-Vin-
centown Rotary Clubs Banner
that will hang over Main Street in
Medford for two weeks prior to
the golf outing, a prominent ad-
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will appear in the golf outings
program booklet, and the Lead
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display and/or booth at the event.
For example, funds have been
provided by the Medford-Vincen-
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equipment in Medford Lakes, ap-
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family in need, and many other
similar community projects.
For more information about
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856-427-0933
CLASSIFIED MAY 8-14, 2013 - THE TABERNACLE SUN 19
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COSTUME JEWELRY
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Watches - Furs - Co|ns
CHINA DINNERWARE
SETS OR PARTS
Crysta| - Stemware
O|d G|ass - O|d L|nens
Ster||ng - S||verp|ate
FURNITURE
Pa|nt|ngs - Pr|nts
COLLECTIBLES
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CALL GINA"
856-795-9175
609-471-8391
Wanted to Buy
Concrete Masonry
OIL TANK
REMOVAL /
INSTALLATION
(856) 629-8886
(609) 698-4434
Residential
Specialist
Underground
Crawlspace
Above Ground
Tanks
Clean Ups
Structural Support
DEP Certified
Insurance Approved
NJ Grant Money
Available
Ask our expert!
Tank RemovaI
TREE SERVICE
Tree & Shrub Pruning
Tree Removal Stump Grinding
Bucket Truck Chipping Service
Fully Insured
D.E.C. Contracting
609-953-9794
609-405-3873
Lic #13VH03950800
ISA Cert. Arborist NJ-0993A
BIG TIMBER
Tree Service LLC
Tree, Stump, & Brush Removal
Tree Trimming Land Clearing
Bucket Truck & Backhoe NJ Lic #13vh05439500
Trees cut for less!
Fully Insured Free Estimates
(856) 983-0351
Expert Tree Care
by Dave Macneil
Trimming, Removal, Land Clearing
Fully Insured, Quality Work
Serving Medford & Tabernacle Area
for 25 Years
609-859-1506
Over 35 years experience
Registered and Insured
Owner does work
Concrete Work,
Brick and Stone Pointing
Stonework, Chimneys,
Walls, Steps, Patios,
Basements
Loca| Peferences
www.joefaracchiocustommasonry
856-786-437 1
Free Estimates
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FREE CONCRETE ESTIMATE!
SMALL JOBS ARE MY SPECIALITY,
BUT NO JOB IS TOO BIG.
25+Years Experience
CALL STEVE @ (609)268-9788
FULLYINSURED
RESIDENTIALORCOMMERCIAL
Handyman Services
Iven Morris & Sons
We do Interior & Exterior
Painting as well as damage,
rotting, repair capping,
soffits, pull down attic stairs
Lic. &Insured # 13VH07372800
609-953-0321 or 609-410-7406
Painting
LOUIS PAINTING
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING
SPECIALIZING IN EXTERIORS
30 Years in Business
Guaranteed Lowest Prices
Fully Insured - Free Estimates
Senior Citizens Discounts
CALL LOUIS
856-254-5198
Call us at
(856) 427-0933.
Well shine light
on your business!