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JUNE 2430, 2015

Fulfilling
a dream

Lenape High School Class of 2015

Lenape valedictorian
David Kim to attend
Princeton in the fall
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun

MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun

Students from the Lenape High School Class of 2015 march into Richard Driscoll Stadium at the beginning of their graduation ceremony last Thursday. A jam-packed crowd of families and friends turned out to cheer the graduates on as they accepted their diplomas.
The Class of 2015 will go on to attend more than 170 different colleges next fall. For more photos, please see page 14. For a list of graduating seniors, please see page 15.

When he first entered Lenape


High School as a freshman in fall
2011, David Kim had dreams of
becoming the valedictorian.
This spring, that dream became a reality.
Kim graduated
from
Lenape High
School
last
week as the
class of 2015s
valedictorian,
a validation of
his four years
of hard work
in the classKIM
room.
Kim said he
wasnt expecting to be named the
valedictorian right away. Scheduling difficulties early in his high
school career presented a challenge to increasing his GPA. Despite this, Kim forged onward and
did what he could to ace his many
honors and advanced placement

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Capital improvements
Larchmont School roof
to be replaced. PAGE 6

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1619
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

please see KIM, page 9

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Influential leaders in the
Philadelphia region spent the last
10 weeks competing for the title of
Man and Woman of the Year
where they utilized their leadership abilities
to
conduct
their
own
fundraising
campaign for
The Leukemia
& Lymphoma
Society. Every
dollar counted
as one vote.
The
winners were anKAZANDJIAN
nounced at the
Grand Finale on Saturday, June
13 at the Loews Philadelphia
Hotel. The night was a celebration of all 15 candidates collective efforts as they enjoyed cocktails and hors doeuvres, live and
silent auctions, and dinner and
dancing.
The 15 candidates collectively
raised $364,425 on behalf of LLS
Eastern Pennsylvania. Hakop
Kazandjian of Mt. Laurel earned
the title of Man of the Year.
Money raised will benefit LLS
mission to cure blood cancers and
to improve the quality of life for
patients and their families. This
years fundraising is in honor of
two patient heroes, the 2015 Boy
and Girl of the Year are Cullen
Jones of Devon, Pa., and Alana
Gracia of Malvern, Pa.
We are so grateful for the commitment and generosity of these
15 fine men and women who took
a 10-week journey with us to challenge themselves to raise money
for a lifesaving cancer research,
said Ellen Rubesin, the executive
director of the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter.
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on campus
Matthew
Ciapetta
and
Stephanie Marcus graduated from
University of the Sciences. Ciapetta graduated with a doctor of
pharmacy degree. Marcus graduated with a bachelors of science
in health science degree.
Sarah Blizard graduated from
Grove City College with a bachelors degree in biology.
The following Mt. Laurel residents graduated from Widener
University on May 15 and 16.
Bryan Clayton earned a
bachelors of science in management.
John DiBiase earned a bachelors of arts in criminal justice.
John Endlein earned a bachelors of science in mechanical
engineering.
Shauna Harris, Reed Hofmann
and Alyssa Lesher were named to
the deans list at Widener University for the spring 2015 semester.
Ryan OMalley was named to
the deans list at Castleton College for the spring 2015 semester.

Democratic Club
kicks off season
The Mt. Laurel Democratic
Club, under the leadership of
chairman Andy Douglas, held an
election boot camp to kick off the
campaign season. While there are
no state-wide or national races,
there are important races this November for two members of the
General Assembly in the Seventh
District and two seats on the
Burlington County Freeholder
Board. Democratic incumbents
currently hold all these positions
and all are up for re-election.
At the meeting, representatives
from the offices of Assemblymen
Troy Singleton and Herb Conaway
discussed the issues facing New
Jersey voters, including the pension, voting rights and the completion of the 2016 budget due June
30. Freeholder Aimee Belgard
talked about county issues, including the budget, recycling and the
library. Belgard and running mate
Joanne Schwartz are running for
second three-year terms.

JUNE 2430, 2015 THE MT. LAUREL SUN 5

Lenape students parking


on MYAA lot raises concern
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
Lenape High School students
parking at the Medford Youth
Athletic Associations girls softball field on Hartford Road was a
topic for concern at the Medford
Town Councils last meeting.
Seniors have the opportunity
to purchase a parking pass to
park in the lot on Lenape
grounds, but this only leaves
about 25 spots for those who are
not seniors. For years now, juniors who have their license have
been parking across the street
from Lenape in the MYAA lot.
The Lenape students who park
there are not required to have a
permit so it is wide open parking
on township property on which
Medford is liable.
Cherokee, Shawnee and Seneca
high schools do not allow students to park outside of their
property; Lenape is the only

school in the district that does


this.
We received some complaints
from some neighbors about the
dust, kids speeding out of there
and just the way they drive
around in the parking lot, Medford Township Clerk Kathy Berger said.
This is not the first time the
topic has been brought before the
Medford Town Council. In 2012, a
resolution added crossing guards
there.
It was suggested by Mayor
Charles Watson to handle the scenario like they handle roadwork
or a parade.
There needs to be a police officer there for certain hours, and
the school would be responsible
for paying for that, Watson said.
He also suggested the idea of
charging kids for a parking permit in the MYAA lot, similar to
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Larchmont Elementary School roof to be replaced


BOE approves $220,000 capital lease purchase to be paid off in five years
By MIKE MONOSTRA
The Sun
The school year have ended in the Mt.
Laurel School District, but work on numerous capital improvements is just beginning.
At last Tuesdays board of education
meeting, the board unanimously approved
a five-year, $220,000 capital lease purchase
to pay for the Larchmont Elementary
School roof replacement. A special public
hearing was held prior to the regular portion of the meeting.
This is all a formality to hold a public
hearing and let the public voice their opinion, assistant superintendent for business
Robert Wachter said.
Wachter said interest rates remain low,

meaning interest payments will remain


minimal.
Wachter added work on the roof has already begun. The school district is hoping
to have it finished prior to the start of the
2015-16 school year.
The Larchmont roof project is under
way, he said. Weve had a bit of rain
thats held it up.
The roof replacement is one of many
capital improvements to take place across
the school district this summer. Other improvements include the installation of exterior lighting at Larchmont, expansion of
the districts solar energy program to
Larchmont and Hillside Schools, a new
telecommunications system in the district
and security upgrades such as additional
security cameras and strobe lights. All of

the capital improvements other than the


Larchmont roof were included in the districts 2015-16 budget.
Wachter said all of the projects will be
under way shortly after the final day of
school on June 23.

Superintendent thanks staff,


first responders
Superintendent Antoinette Rath took a
portion of the meeting to thank teachers,
staff, Mt. Laurel Police and first responders for their assistance in keeping students safe after Parkway School and Harrington Middle School received phone
threats on June 2 and June 8, respectively.
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JUNE 2430, 2015 THE MT. LAUREL SUN 7

Mt. Laurel man indicted


for homicide in death of mother
The following information was
provided by the Burlington County Prosecutors Office.
A Mt. Laurel man was indicted
for homicide by a Burlington
County Grand Jury for causing
the death of his mother last year.
On June 11, the Grand Jury returned an indictment of aggravated manslaughter against 46year-old Marcilo Gacutan of Mt.
Laurel. Arraignment will be
scheduled soon in Superior
Court. He remains lodged in the
Burlington County Jail on
$250,000 bail.
Gacutan was charged with simple assault on Oct. 4, 2014, after
police were called to the home
that he shared with his 66-yearold mother, Shirley Gacutan. According to the investigation,
Shirley said her son had thrown
her to the ground and choked her
with his hands following an argument.
She refused medical treatment
at that time, but went to a hospital

the next day for head pain and underwent surgery for a brain hemorrhage.
Following surgery, Shirley entered into a coma, was placed on a
ventilator and listed in critical
condition. Because of his mothers worsened condition, the
charge against Marcilo was upgraded to aggravated assault on
Oct. 7.
The mother was subsequently
removed from the ventilator and
a tracheotomy was performed to
assist her with breathing. Shirley
died Nov. 13 from a tracheal hemorrhage. An autopsy performed
by Burlington County Medical
Examiner Ian Hood determined
that her death was due to the original injury sustained during the
assault and ruled the death a
homicide.
The investigation was conducted by detectives from the Mt. Laurel Police Department and the
Burlington County Prosecutors
Office.

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WEDNESDAY JUNE 24
Sock Rockerz Kids Concert: 11 a.m.
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will include live singing, fun interactive songs and a colorful DJ
booth.
Crochet anyone: 1 p.m. at Mt. Laurel
Library. Join craft enthusiasts for
crocheting and conversation.
Novices and experts welcome.
Instruction available if needed.
Please bring knitting materials.
Fandom showdown: Grades seven
to 12. 6 p.m. at Mt. Laurel Library.
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Rotary Club of Mt. Laurel meeting:
Noon at Laurel Creek Country
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For more information visit
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call (856) 234-7663.
Storytime: 11 a.m. every Wednesday
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Come hear a new story every
week and then stay and play the
rest of the day! Call (856) 2739500 or visit www.kidsplaylounge.com for more information.
New Covenant Presbyterian
Church Adult Bible Study: 2 to 3

p.m. Church is at 240 Creek Road,


Rancocas Woods, Mount Laurel.

THURSDAY JUNE 25
Puppet show: 6:30 p.m. at Mt. Laurel Library. The Robert Rogers
Puppet Company will perform the
show Young Hercules.

FRIDAY JUNE 26
Kids music round: Ages 1 to 5.
10:30 a.m. at Mt. Laurel Library.
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as a musical community.
Super Smash Bros. tournament:
Grades seven to 12. 2 p.m. at Mt.
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Prizes will be awarded to the winners.

SATURDAY JUNE 27
Abrakadoodle: Ages 6 to 10. 10:30
a.m. at Mt. Laurel Library. Come
for this Art-rageous adventure
and explore striking colors, exciting techniques and create a masterpiece. No prior art experience
necessary.

SUNDAY JUNE 28
Kids Minecraft Challenge: Grades
two and up. 2 p.m. at Mt. Laurel
Library. Play on the librarys server and use creative mode to
build. A different challenge will be
present at each meeting. Laptops
and snacks will be provided.
Tween Minecraft Challenge: Grades
five to seven. 3 p.m. at Mt. Laurel
Library. Play on the librarys server and use creative mode to
build. A different challenge will be
present at each meeting. Laptops
and snacks will be provided.
New Covenant Presbyterian

Church: Sunday worship 11 a.m. to


noon. Adult Bible study 9:30 to
10:30 a.m. Coffee and fellowship
after the church service each
third Sunday. Church is at 240
Creek Road, Rancocas Woods,
Mount Laurel.

MONDAY JUNE 29
Super Hero Movie Night: Grades
seven to 12. 6 p.m. at Mt. Laurel
Library. Come for a free movie
night featuring super heroes.
Popcorn will be served.

TUESDAY JUNE 30
Summer storytime: 10:30 a.m. at
Mt. Laurel Library. Come for an
all ages storytime. Children will
engage in stories, music, movement and more.
Paws for reading: Grades one to
four. 1 p.m. at Mt. Laurel Library.
Practice readings skills with a
captive canine audience in a private setting with Wilson, a registered therapy dog and his owner,
Ms. Judy. Sessions are in 15minute blocks. Bring a book from
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Kim to major in chemical, biological engineering


KIM
Continued from page 1
classes.
I tried my best and did what I
was going to do anyway, he said.
It was a really good surprise.
Kims favorite subject is science, particularly biology. He
credited the classwork and his
teachers as the reason he became
so engrossed in the subject.
I really liked biology, he said.
I really had a lot of fun with honors biology and AP biology. I also
had a lot of fun in AP lit this year
and I really like AP physics, too.
Kim is far from finished with
biology. He will be pursuing a
major in chemical and biological
engineering at Princeton University this fall.
For Kim, going to Princeton
may have been the easiest choice
hes made in a long time. Kim has
had dreams of going to Princeton
since he was young.
My sister would go to piano
lessons at Westminster Choir College, he said. So we would always pass the university on the
way to Princeton. It wasnt even a
question for me as to whether I
would go to (Princeton).
Kim applied for early action at

Princeton, and once he was accepted, he didnt apply to any


other schools. He feels Princetons chemical and biological engineering will present him with a
plethora of career opportunities.
That major is equivalent to a
pre-med track and also opens a lot
of doors to research, or you could
get an MBA after that, Kim said.
Kim did more than just study
and ace classes during his time in
high school.
He also participated in the
Philadelphia Youth Orchestra,
making regular trips to Center
City to perform. He also spent a
lot of time volunteering with the
Bucks
County
Presbyterian
Church.
While Kim was excited to graduate and move on to college, he
said he will miss the people hes
made bonds with the past four
years. His favorite memory from
high school was the senior trip to
Walt Disney World this past
spring.
Being able to go to Disney for
a week and really have that untapped freedom with my peers, it
was great fun and I made really
strong bonds, Kim said.
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with the friends hes made during
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Public suggests teacher


check students into lot
PUBLIC
Continued from page 5
how the school charges to park in
its lot on campus.
The township has had discussions with the schools about taking the parking away altogether,
but Lenape argues it does not
have the capacity at the school.
Also, the council showed concern that if it does not allow the
students to park there, they will
have problems in other areas or
neighborhoods that are still in the
township.
If we close down MYAA for
Lenape students, we will just be
displacing this problem, Police
Chief Richard Meder said.
Youre going to have problems at
Johnsons or Hartford Road or
Church Road.
At that point, a safety problem
could arise as kids cross these
streets haphazardly with no traffic regulators as opposed to being
contained as they are now with
sidewalks and traffic guards.
As far as the dust problem, it is
not a paved field, and Councilman
Chris Buoni suggested talking to
the school about having the lot
paved to negate the erosion problem.
If their use of the lot is creating that kind of wear and tear on
it, than maybe the school can pay

to correct the problem, Buoni


said.
However, paving the lot could
lead to strengthening the core of
this problem in the end.
The only problem I have with
paving is that it would enable
them to go even faster. Right now
they have to go over little bumps,
Berger said. When we paved
Hartford Crossing, we made it a
speedway.
It was suggested by the public
to have a staff member from
Lenape who doesnt have a homeroom check the students into the
lot and once more during the day
check the cars in the lot for anything suspicious.
This was suggested because
though all of the kids involved
are from Mount Laurel, any incidents would cost the township of
Medford.
These arent Medford residents, so why should Medford taxpayers pay for any alterations?
Buoni asked.
As the school year is now officially over, this will be a problem
that will be temporarily fixed
while the students are home for
the summer.
The council will now be looking to work on regulating this
problem for the years to come.
We are just looking to open up
the dialogue with the school at
this point, Berger said. I will report back.

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JUNE 2430, 2015 THE MT. LAUREL SUN 11

Police investigate two accidents


involving motorcyclists from June 13
The following information was
provided by the Mt. Laurel Police
Department.
Mt Laurel Police are investigating two separate incidents involving motorcyclists from June 13.
The first incident was reported
to police on June 13 at 9:55 a.m.
Mt. Laurel Police responded to
Elbo Lane near Periwinkle Drive
for the report of an unconscious
man on the side of the road from
a possible motorcycle crash. Arriving officers located the motorcyclist deceased in a wooded area
just off the roadway.
The preliminary investigation
revealed that the motorcyclist
was traveling eastbound on Elbo
Lane when he lost control of the
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winkle Drive and ran off the


roadway. He came to rest in a
wooded area with underbrush.
The exact time and cause of
the crash are unknown at this
time. The crash scene was discovered by a passing bicyclist at 9:55
a.m., however, the motorcyclist
was last seen leaving a friends
house at approximately 1:40 a.m.
on June 13. The driver was identified as 19-year-old Jonathan M.
Mahoney from Mt. Laurel.
The second incident took place
on Saturday, June 13 at 10:10 p.m.
On that evening, a motorcyclist
was traveling south on Route 73
in the left lane. As the cyclist

crossed the intersection with


Church Road and Ramblewood
Parkway,
another
vehicle
changed lanes and struck the motorcycle. The cyclist crashed and
sustained serious injuries.
The motorcyclist, a 58-year-old
man, was transported to Cooper
Hospital by Mt. Laurel EMS. The
driver of the other vehicle left the
scene heading south on Route 73.
Both incidents remain under
investigation by the Mount Laurel Police Department Traffic Bureau. Anyone with information
concerning either incident is
asked to contact the Mt. Laurel
Police at (856) 234-8300.

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BOE honors 26
retiring teachers
BOE
Continued from page 6

On June 2, Parkway School


was locked down after a man
called the school saying he was in
the building with a gun. On the
evening of June 8, Mt. Laurel Police received a call about a bomb
inside Harrington Middle School.
There was nothing found inside
either of the schools.
Rath said teachers did the best
job they could in responding to
the threats and keeping students
as calm as possible. She also said
the police worked in harmony
with the district in keeping everyone informed and safe.
Every time we call upon them,

they are there, Rath said.


Rath added the students and
staff were able to respond accordingly at Parkway thanks to security drills the school practices
throughout the year. Each school
is required to practice one security drill per month.

Retirees, 25-year
teachers honored
The board of education honored 26 retiring teachers and 14
teachers celebrating 25 years in
the Mt. Laurel School District
during a staff recognition ceremony prior to the public portion
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