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NICK COHEN/The Mt. Laurel Sun
A player from Lenape High School looks
to drive up field in a scrimmage against
Kingsway Regional High School on Aug.
28. The Lady Indians will lean on seniors
Taylor Nesnay, Jenna Priore, Rachel
Smalfus and Katie O Brien as they hope
to build on last seasons Central Jersey
Group IV quarterfinals appearance.
Schools
implement
new teacher
evaluation
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Mt. Laurel Sun
The Lenape Regional High
School District will be imple-
menting a new state-mandated
teacher evaluation tool in addi-
tion to its own homegrown
method this school year, as was
discussed at last weeks meeting.
According to the state Depart-
ment of Education, past evalua-
tions were infrequent, ineffective
and failed to accomplish their
main goal of providing informa-
tion to help educators continu-
ously improve their practice. The
TEACHNJ Act, signed into law in
August 2012, mandated that new
evaluation systems based on mul-
tiple measures of student learn-
ing and teacher practice be im-
plemented statewide in 2013-14.
For some districts that already
have strong evaluation systems
in place, this will likely not be
that much of a change but rather
an opportunity to build on exist-
ing practices, the states website
said.
According to Heather Xenakis,
director of curriculum and in-
struction, teachers will receive a
please see DISTRICT, page 7
By NICK COHEN
The Mt. Laurel Sun
oping to build off of a 7-12 season and quarter-
finals appearance in the Central Jersey Group
IV tournament, Lenape High School head
field hockey coach Sarah Moretti knows it will
take a total team effort to do so.
The girls are really stepping up, both seniors and
underclassmen. Its been real nice to see the younger
girls on the team stepping up and being vocal,
Moretti said. We lost our core group of girls last
year, so its great to see new players taking over
those spots.
With a young team playing in a conference that is
perennially difficult, Moretti, who is in her sixth
season as head coach, said certain expectations have
to be adjusted.
We definitely have expectations but you want to
have realistic expectations. Not to be negative, but
we know we are going to struggle in games against
certain opponents. In games against Eastern or
Shawnee, our goals are different. We want to com-
pete, limit their corners, control their scoring as
much as we can, Moretti said. We need to strive to
make sure we win the games against the opponents
we know we can beat. We always look to compete
Field hockey
team ready
for season
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Lady Indians begin
new season on Sept. 12
with district rivals Cherokee and
Seneca and conference rival
Cherry Hill East.
According to Moretti, the of-
fense for the Lady Indians should
be fun to watch, as they return
starters on the frontline and mid-
field, but the defense may be an
issue.
Our defense will be our
biggest struggle. Weve seen
some injuries on that side that
are going to hurt us, Moretti
said.
Moretti will lean on her return-
ing seniors, midfielder Taylor
Nesnay, forward Jenna Priore, as
well as defenders Rachel Smalfus
and Katie O'Brien. Nesnay has
embraced a leadership role with
the young team.
She just loves field hockey,
and she knows she has the poten-
tial to be a great player, so she is
just constantly looking to im-
prove, Moretti said. She was
elected a captain last year as a
junior, which speaks volumes
about her ability to lead by exam-
ple. She never cuts corners, never
jogs through a sprint. When we
take a break during practice,
shes up putting shots into the
net.
Playing the center midfielder
position this season means an in-
crease in responsibility for Nes-
nay on both the offensive and de-
fensive ends. According to Moret-
ti, the change hasnt fazed her at
all.
Shes really stepped up during
this transition and she is playing
the position beautifully. Shes
just awesome to watch, Moretti
said.
With the Sept. 12 start of the
season rapidly approaching,
Moretti has liked what she has
seen so far from her team in pre-
season.
We are further along in pre-
season than weve ever been since
Ive been here. Theyre cutting
and moving without the ball.
Their defensive positioning has
been great. Were in a good place
with having only a couple weeks
of practice as team, Moretti
said. Were excited to get the sea-
son underway.
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In the Aug. 21 edition of The
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Alicia Moore headed the zumbat-
omic class at Mt. Laurel Library.
Her name should have read Dr.
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In the Aug. 28 edition of The
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Medford Arts Center
to host poetry contest
The Medford Arts Center has
announced its sixth Annual Ju-
ried Poetry Contest an event
open to Burlington County resi-
dents.
The contest guidelines and ap-
plications are available on the
Medford Arts Center website,
www.medfordartscenter.org.
The contest opens on Sept. 5
and closes at the end of the busi-
ness day on Oct. 31. Please note
no email submissions will be ac-
cepted.
The completed application can
be dropped off at the Township
Municipal Office or postmarked
no later than Oct. 31 to: Medford
Township, 17 N. Main St., Med-
ford N.J. 08055.
A reception will be held at the
MAC on Dec. 4 for all 10 finalists
who will be invited to share their
work.
For information about this con-
test and events in the literary
arts, contact Chairperson Denise
Pizoli at dpizoli@comcast.net.
SEPTEMBER 4-10, 2013 THE MT. LAUREL SUN 5
County to use Nixle
for emergency messages
Burlington County Freeholder
Director Joe Donnelly recently
announced that the county will
now be sending important mes-
sages and notifications to resi-
dents through Nixle.
Nixle is an emergency manage-
ment communications system
that allows government and pub-
lic safety organizations to send
notifications and alerts to regis-
tered e-mail addresses and cell
phones.
Nixle is a great way for our
community to receive timely, ac-
curate information from the
county, Donnelly said. Nixle
will be used for community alerts
and emergency notifications.
For example, weather condi-
tions, road closures, important
notices, etc.
Donnelly said the new system
was a significant step forward.
Now, the community has the
option of receiving information
as soon as it is available and with-
out any delays, Donnelly said.
Residents can register online
for free at www.nixle.com and
choose whether to receive alerts
as a text message, e-mail, a notifi-
cation on the Nixle smartphone
app, or to view it online.
This is another step in our en-
hanced communication and
transparency plan, Donnelly
said. We want all of our resi-
dents to know exactly what is
going on in the county.
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The following reports are on file with
the Mt. Laurel Police Department:
A resident of the unit block of Ramble-
wood Parkway reported a burglary and
theft to a residence. The incident occurred
between 5 p.m. Aug. 16 and 5:15 p.m. Aug.
20. Entry was gained by forcing the rear
window. Jewelry and electronics, valued at
an undetermined amount, were taken.
Damage was estimated at $200.
A resident of the 4400 block of Church
Road reported a burglary and theft to a
residence. The incident occurred on Aug.
16, between 6:05 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. Entry
was gained by forcing the rear window.
Jewelry and cash were reported taken.
A resident of the unit block of Victoria
Court reported a burglary and theft to a
residence. The incident occurred on Aug.
16, between 12:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Entry
was gained by forcing the rear window.
Cash and collectable items, valued at more
than $20, were taken.
A resident of the 300 block of Val Drive
reported a stolen vehicle. The incident oc-
curred between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. Aug. 19.
An unlocked 2003 Ford Econoline van, val-
ued at $5,000, was taken. The vehicle also
contained 150 pairs of Nike sneakers val-
ued at $5,000.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 42-year-old
woman of the 1500 block of Minnesota
Road, Camden, on Aug. 20 for credit card
fraud. She made approximately $3,000 in
fraudulent charges with a stolen credit
card. She was served with criminal com-
plaints and released pending a municipal
court hearing.
Mt. Laurel Police, in a joint investiga-
tion with the U.S. Secret Service and the
Moorestown Police Department, arrested
a 45-year-old man, of the 5400 block of
North Front Street, Philadelphia, Pa., on
Aug. 20 for passing counterfeit currency
on several occasions at the Wegmans
store on Centerton Road. The incidents oc-
curred between March and June. The man
was charged with forgery and conspiracy.
He was lodged at the Burlington County
Jail in lieu of $30,000 bail.
Mt. Laurel Police detectives arrested a
police report
please see POLICE, page 9
A
s students return to school
this week (or early next), we
all get back into a daily rou-
tine. The unofficial end to summer has
passed, and with it, a return to a nor-
mal life whether you were lucky
enough to have a three-month vaca-
tion or not.
Back to school signifies a new begin-
ning, maybe even more so for many
than the drop of the ball on New
Years. Its a time for looking ahead,
not for looking back.
Here at The Sun, back to school sig-
nifies the start of a busier time. In this
weeks paper, and in coming weeks pa-
pers, youll begin to see coverage of
the return to school from stories
about upcoming changes in the school
district to high school sports team pre-
view stories to photos of students ar-
riving, backpacks in tow, to their first
day.
And as students prepare to embark
on a new adventure in a new school
year, we remind you that The Sun is
here to shine light on your school,
your team, your son, your daughter,
your teachers, your group, your PTA,
your organization and your neighbors.
We want to congratulate Suzy on a
job well done when she is named to
her schools honor roll, deans list or
when she receives academic recogni-
tion.
We want to print photos of Johnnie
waving goodbye to mom or dad as he
enters his new school for the first
time.
We want to announce your PTAs
meeting dates and times, so that new
members can join and support the
school. We want to send a reporter to
cover that big game, big event or big
fundraiser for your school.
But we cant do all this without your
help. Please reach out to us via e-mail
(our preferred contact method) or
phone anytime you have an item for
publication or an idea for us to track
down. Our contact information is to
the right.
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rating at the end of the year rang-
ing from highly effective, effec-
tive, partially effective or ineffec-
tive.
Additionally, the district will
implement its own evaluation
tool.
We wrote our own evaluation
tool. We had it approved by our
board of education and the state
DOE. There was a request for
qualifications process, to which
we applied, and were given ap-
proval. Very few districts were
given approval to use their own
tool, Xenakis said.
We are proud to say that our
tool, which was developed by
teachers, administrators and dis-
trict administrators, was a col-
laborative effort that we worked
diligently on for over a year.
Additionally, evaluators will be
spending more time in the class-
room.
NJ Achieve recommends
three short 20-minute observa-
tions for tenured teachers or 60
minutes for the year. The LRHSD
has committed to 80 minutes dur-
ing the year as we are moving for-
ward with two full-length class-
room observations, Xenakis
said. We were given flexibility
for number of observations for
tenured teachers and have ex-
ceeded state requirements for ob-
servation minutes in classroom.
We feel strongly that allowing
more time in the classroom, 40-
minute class period versus 20
minutes, will allow a more com-
plete picture of what happens in
that classroom.
The district is on the second
step of the process, and is cur-
rently waiting for approval.
All of our professional devel-
opment has been conducted in
house by our RBT trainers who
are tremendous resources. We
are all dedicated to the successful
implementation of our new eval-
uation tool, Xenakis said.
In other news:
The district recently held its
new teacher orientation, accord-
ing to superintendent of schools
Carol Birnbohm.
The process went well, she
said.
Teachers were provided with
two days of a district presenta-
tion before spending a full day at
their home school.
The next board of education
meeting is scheduled for Sept. 18
at 7:30 p.m. at the District Build-
ing at 93 Willow Grove Road, Sha-
mong.
DISTRICT
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WEDNESDAY SEPT. 4
Storytime: 11 a.m. every Wednesday
at Kids Play Lounge in Mt. Laurel.
Come hear a new story every
week and then stay and play the
rest of the day! Call (856) 273-
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Rotary Club of Mt. Laurel meeting:
12 p.m. at Laurel Creek Country
Club, 655 Old Centerton Road.
For more information visit
www.mountlaurelrotary.org or
call (856) 234-7663.
Zoning and Planning Board meet-
ing: 7 p.m. in the courtroom at
100 Mt. Laurel Road, Municipal
Building. Visit
www.mountlaurel.com for more
information and to confirm meet-
ing time.
Toastmasters Unity of Mt. Laurel
meeting: 7 p.m. on first and third
Wednesdays at Unity Church of
Christ, 629 S. Church St. For any-
one interested in developing
community and leadership skills.
For more information contact
Gregory J. Bartz at
gbartz181@comcast.net or (609)
953-1603.
Intro to yoga: 7 p.m. Mt. Laurel
Library, 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
An introduction to yoga with Deb-
bie Bedi, a certified yoga instruc-
tor. Prepare to leave the class
feeling uplifted and centered.
Bring a mat, a blanket or a large
towel and wear
comfortable/loose clothing. No
registration needed.
THURSDAY SEPT. 5
Tween advisory board: Grades 5-7.
6:30 p.m. Mt. Laurel Library, 100
Walt Whitman Ave. Join the
Tween Advisory Board and help
make the library a better place
for tweens. You'll have fun and
earn community service hours
while doing it. At our meetings
we will plan new events and serv-
ices for tweens like you. Pizza will
be served. Registration is
required. Visit http://www.mtlau-
rel.lib.nj.us/
SUNDAY SEPT. 8
Concert: 2 p.m. Mt. Laurel Library,
100 Walt Whitman Ave. Lynn Ran-
dall is back with an afternoon of
great music from Cole Porter,
George Gershwin and other great
composers from the golden age
of jazz. Joining her will be pianist
Tom Adams, cornetist Warren
Vache', drummer Grant MavAvoy
and upright bassist Don Moyer.
No registration required.
MONDAY SEPT. 9
Networking breakfast: 7:30 a.m. Mt.
Laurel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Small businesses from the
area are invited to come and net-
work at the library. Special guest
speaker Bill Loges of Refer-
enceUSA will demonstrate how to
develop a client list with the help
of your library. All that is needed
is a library card. Free breakfast
will be provided. Seating is limit-
ed to 40. There is no charge to
attend, but registration is
requested by Sept. 4. Visit
http://www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us/
Snack attack: Ages 3-6. 10:30 a.m.
Mt. Laurel Library, 100 Walt Whit-
man Ave. Kids will make their own
delicious snacks during this
hands-on cooking experience.
Please alert library of any food
allergies in advance. Registration
is required. Visit
http://www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us/
Teen advisory board: Grades 7-12. 6
p.m. Mt. Laurel Library, 100 Walt
Whitman Ave. Join the Tween
Advisory Board and help make
the library a better place for
teens. You'll have fun and earn
community service hours while
doing it. At our meetings we will
plan new events and services for
tweens like you. Pizza will be
served. Registration is required.
Visit
http://www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us/
Crochet: 7 p.m. Mt. Laurel Library,
100 Walt Whitman Ave. Learn to
crochet or crochet with new
friends. Join craft enthusiast
Audrey Pache for crocheting and
conversation. Novices and
experts welcome. Instruction
available if needed. No registra-
tion necessary. Please bring your
own knitting materials.
Friends of the Mt. Laurel Library
meeting: 7 p.m. on the second
Monday of the month at the
library. For more information visit
www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us or call
(856) 234-7319.
Mt. Laurel Council meeting: 7:30
p.m. in the municipal courtroom,
Municipal Building, 100 Mt. Laurel
Road. Visit www.mountlaurel.com
for more information and to con-
firm meeting time.
TUESDAY SEPT. 10
Mt. Laurel I BNI Chapter meeting:
7:30 to 9 a.m. at Marcos Restau-
rant at Indian Spring C.C., 115 S.
Elmwood Drive.
Health discussion: 11 a.m. Mt. Laurel
Library, 100 Walt Whitman Ave.
Join health psychologist and
gerontologist Dr. Kristin August
from Rutgers University in Cam-
den and learn about managing
your health and the health-care
system in mid to late life. No reg-
istration needed.
Building your brand: 6:30 p.m. Mt.
Laurel Library, 100 Walt Whitman
Ave. Join Kim Richmond, senior
marketing executive and adjunct
professor at the School of Busi-
ness at Rutgers University in
Camden, to find out how to get
the job you want. There are four
sessions. Attend as many as
you'd like. No registration is
required.
Mt. Laurel Historical Society
meeting: 7 p.m. at Farmers Hall,
intersection of Hainesport Mt.
Laurel Road and Moorestown Mt.
Laurel Road. For more informa-
tion call President Fran Daily at
(856) 235-2334.
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businesses in the township. As a
result of a lead developed from
surveillance video, detectives
were able to trace the man to
Philadelphia where he was posi-
tively identified. Through inter-
rogation and continued investi-
gation with Medford Police,
Lumberton Police, New Jersey
State Police (Red Lion Barracks)
and Berlin Police, detectives
identified him as the suspect re-
sponsible for commercial burgla-
ries in those jurisdictions. The
man was charged with multiple
counts of burglary after being
identified as the person responsi-
ble for seven commercial burgla-
ries throughout Burlington
County. The burglaries were com-
mitted during overnight hours in
July and August. The man is cur-
rently logged in Burlington
County Jail in lieu of $75,000 bail
for the Mt. Laurel charges.
Several township residents in
the area of the Rancocas Woods
and Bedford Walk developments
reported unlawful entry into
their unlocked vehicles. Most re-
ported change taken valued at
less than $20. The incidents oc-
curred between 2 a.m. and 7:30
a.m., Aug. 22.
A resident of the 200 block
of Knotty Oak Drive reported a
theft from a vehicle. The incident
occurred between 2 a.m. and
7:30 a.m. Aug. 22. Several tools,
valued at approximately
$2,000, were taken. Entry was
gained by smashing the rear
window. Damage is estimated at
$250.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 31-
year-old man, of the 13000 block
of Beach Boulevard, Jack-
sonville, Fla., on Aug. 23 for pos-
session of heroin. The man was
charged with possession of hero-
in. He was lodged at the Burling-
ton County Jail in default of
$10,000 bail.
The owner of a vacant proper-
ty on the 5100 block of Church
Road reported a burglary and
theft to a residence. The incident
occurred between 2 p.m. Aug. 21
and 7 p.m. Aug. 22. Entry was
gained by forcing the rear garage
window. Nothing was reported
taken. Damage is estimated at
more than $200.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 37-
year-old woman, of the 500 block
of Diemer Drive, on Aug. 25 for
possession of heroin. She was ar-
rested following police investiga-
tion of criminal activity at the
Extended Stay Hotel located on
Diemer Drive. The woman was
charged with possession of hero-
in. She was served with criminal
complaints and released pending
a municipal court hearing.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 27-
year-old woman, of the unit block
of Villa Ave., Yonkers, N.Y., and a
29-year-old man of the 900 block
of South Broad Street, Trenton,
on Aug. 26 for passing counterfeit
currency at the Chic-Fil-A on
Nixon Drive.
The incident occurred on Aug.
26 at 9:20 p.m. The woman was
charged with forgery and posses-
sion of marijuana under 50
grams. The man was charged
with forgery and conspiracy.
Both were lodged at the Burling-
ton County Jail in lieu of $20,000
bail.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 73-
year-old woman, of the unit
block of Knightswood Drive,
Marlton, on Aug. 27 for shoplift-
ing $367 in merchandise from
Wegmans on Centerton Road.
She was served with criminal
complaints and released pending
a municipal court hearing.
An employee of Budget Rent-a-
Car on Route 73 reported a stolen
vehicle. The incident occurred on
July 15. A 2013 Hyundai Elantra,
valued at $17,000, was taken. The
vehicle was not returned after
rental.
A resident of the 100 block of
Sandhurst Drive reported a bur-
glary and theft to a residence.
The incident occurred between
Aug. 27 at 7:30 a.m. and August 28
at 12:30 a.m.
Entry was gained through an
unlocked front door. Cash and
coins, valued at more than $800,
were taken.
police report
POLICE
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YMCA to host spinathon
Make a difference in the lives
of children while getting great
exercise!
The YMCA of Burlington and
Camden Counties, a cause-driven
non-profit charitable organiza-
tion, will host the inaugural
Pedal With A Purpose Spinathon
in partnership with Reconstruc-
tive Orthopedics on Saturday,
Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. until noon at
the Mt. Laurel YMCA.
Proceeds from the four-hour
Spinathon will provide children
in local communities with YMCA
Youth Scholarships and access to
programs that will have a lasting
impact helping them learn,
grow and thrive.
In addition to Reconstructive
Orthopedics, the Spinathon is
sponsored by Ivy Rehab.
We are very excited to hold a
new fundraising event that com-
bines physical fitness while meet-
ing our mission of youth develop-
ment and social responsibility,
said Jen Segelken, director of de-
velopment, YMCA of Burlington
and Camden counties. Partici-
pating in youth programs
at the Y helps children develop
healthy habits theyll carry with
them throughout their lives, such
as gaining confidence from learn-
ing to swim or building the posi-
tive relationships that lead to
good sportsmanship and team-
work.
Reconstructive Orthopedics
has been a member of this com-
munity for 36 years. We ap-
proached the YMCA with this
idea because we knew that their
mission to serve the communi-
ty not only in Burlington and
Camden counties but throughout
all of southern New Jersey is in
alignment with ours and we are
thrilled to be partnering in this
worthy endeavor," said Robert
Greenleaf, M.D., spine surgeon
with Reconstructive Orthope-
dics.
Teams may consist of up to
eight members.
The bike must be occupied for
the entire four-hour event.
Cyclists can ride in one or two
15-minute increments. After a
maximum of 30 minutes on
the bike, the teammate must
switch.
The event will feature a DJ and
cycling coach to motivate cyclists
to Pedal with a Purpose.
The teams must meet the mini-
mum fundraising entry fee of
$500, in addition to a $25 team
registration fee. Friends, family
and supporters can donate
money to teams directly or send a
CheerGram to be announced
during the Spinathon by a DJ for
$25.
Participants have three ways
to register: online, in person with
deposit and completed registra-
tion form at the Mt. Laurel
YMCA at 59 Centerton Road, Mt.
Laurel, NJ 08054, or by phone by
contacting Jen Segelken at (856)
2346200 x243.
For more information on the
Pedal With A Purpose Spinathon
or YMCA Youth Scholarships,
visit www.ymca-bc.org.
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-KDL60R550A
WAS $1749.97
70''
LED 1080p HDTV
-KDL70R550A
WAS $2699.97
NOW... $899
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NOW... $1499
97
NOW... $2499
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