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By KATRINA GRANT
The Washington Twp. Sun
Dr. Cheryl Simone, superin-
tendent of Washington Township
schools, will retire on June 30.
She closes a chapter on a ca-
reer that has taken her to many
different school districts and put
her in many different positions.
Throughout her many different
experiences, being at Washington
Township is the one she cherish-
es the most.
Simone began her career as a
French and Spanish teacher at
Spotswood High School after
earning her bachelors in French,
Spanish and secondary education
from Upsala College.
While still at Spotswood, Si-
mone moved into a position of su-
pervisor of Foreign Languages.
After moving to the East Or-
ange school district, where she
took a position as supervisor of
Foreign Language, ESL and bilin-
gual education, Simone earned
her masters in ESL from Colum-
bia University.
She then went on to earn her
doctorate at Columbia and took a
position as assistant director of
Staff Development.
I soon realized its one thing to
teach people how to lead, but its
another thing to actually do it,
Simone said.
With that, Simone took a posi-
tion as a principal at Moorestown
Middle School and stayed there
for eight years before moving on
to Princeton Regional Schools as
an assistant superintendent in
Curriculum and Instruction.
After leaving Princeton, Simone
went to Linden as an assistant su-
perintendent and then to South
Hunterdon Regional High School
District as the superintendent.
Six years ago, the opportunity
arose for Simone to apply at
Washington Township. The
school district was one that she
always wanted to be in.
Washington Township had a
fabulous reputation, Simone
said. I knew I wanted a great su-
perintendent position in my last
job. I was very lucky to be select-
ed for this dream job.
When Simone first started at
Washington Township, the eco-
nomic times were very different.
There was a lot more money
Simone to retire June 30
please see SIMONE, page 6
Tax rate
increases
slightly
Council votes 4-1 on budget
raising taxes about $14 on average
By KATRINA GRANT
The Washington Twp. Sun
Town Council last week passed
a budget of $36.2 million, with a
tax rate increase of 1.1 cents or
$14 for the average assessed home
of $130,000.
Before voting on the budget,
council members made state-
ments thanking various township
employees who helped work on
the budget and also members of
the public.
Thanks for your support and
patience, Councilman Giancarlo
DOrazio said. I would like to
thank the employees and staff
and, to the laid off people, our
thoughts and prayers are with
you. I hope you find employment.
And to the taxpayers, it is an
honor to work for you.
Council Vice President Daniel
Morley went through the various
cuts that the council made to the
budget and said that the council
would look for alternative rev-
enue to help with next years
budget. He also said that he hoped
Trenton would take steps to help
towns with ever-growing benefits
and salaries.
The budget passed 4-1, with
Council President Chris Del Bor-
rello voting against it, citing the
process of how the budget came
together. Del Borrello expressed
frustration that council members
and other township employees
could not come together better to
work on the budget. With the vote
to pass the budget, many in the
audience cheered and clapped.
Im voting no, not because of
effort, but because of process,
Del Borrello said. $2.3 million
cant be made up in one year
without mass layoffs. We asked
for 5 percent (from the MUA). We
didnt get 5 percent. All of us need
to get our act together. Its not fair
to the taxpayers.
The bottom line is that this
budget is $1.8 million less, Mayor
Matthew Lyons said. We are
pushing in the right direction. We
need to be able to control budgets
and provide the appropriate num-
ber of services residents are used
to.
We need to advise department
heads to rescind layoff notices,
Lyons later said.
After the council opened the
meeting up for public comment,
resident John Rogale stated that
the MUA should never have to
subsidize the township, and that
the council should not play poli-
tics.
The MUA should never have
to subsidize Washington Town-
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Council passes budget
Orchard Valley Middle School
eighth-grade Talented Art stu-
dent Nick DiFranceisco recently
learned he was named an honor-
able mention winner in the Inter-
faith Dialog Center of New Jer-
seys second annual Diversity Art
& Essay Contest.
DiFranceisco entered the mid-
dle school visual art contest. For
his efforts, he was awarded $100.
The theme of the contest was
Who is My Neighbor? The
IDCNJ explained the goal of the
contest as follows:
The concept of diversity en-
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each individual is unique, and
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the rules of engagement these
days, when neighbors hardly
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neighbors, how to build friend-
ships, how to share, and thus how
to be a good citizen.
Neighbors should be proactive,
should meet and talk to each
other, discover similarities and
differences of each other, and ap-
preciate each other.
Award winners were honored
at a ceremony on Sunday, June 5,
at the Hanover Marriott in Whip-
pany.
DiFranceisco receives honorable mention
in Interfaith Dialog Center of New
Jerseys Diversity Art and Essay Contest
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teachers are taking advantage of
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Too much to do
Pressing issues demand Congress time
T
he public is quick to jump on members of Congress for
doing nothing when it comes to important issues con-
fronting the country. The public needs to keep things in
perspective. These folks have busy schedules.
The most recent example:
Congressman Anthony Weiner,
who, according to The Associat-
ed Press, had a lewd photo sent
from his Twitter account and,
according to other reports, has
been sending out photos of
himself shirtless along with
explicit text messages.
And lets not forget: Idaho Sen. Larry Craig and his misad-
ventures in an airport mens room; another New York Con-
gressman, Chris Lee, and his shirtless photo; former Congress-
man Mark Foley and his interest in pages (and we dont mean
the contents of a book); John Edwards and his mistress (al-
though that might have taken up his time after he left Con-
gress); and, well, you get the picture. The list could go on and
on.
How, as reasonable American citizens, can we expect these
folks to address the economy, Social Security, taxes and more
when they have all of these other things going on in their lives?
And thats just Congress. Governors have to walk the Ap-
palachian Trail, fly in helicopters to a kids baseball game and,
well, entertain housekeepers.
We humble regular people should recognize the super-human
skills and abilities these individuals must possess to just
squeeze all of these activities into a 24-hour day. Were lucky
to make it home after work, walk the dog and catch part of a
Phillies game. After that, were beat and ready to go to sleep.
So the next time youre ready to lament government inaction,
stop yourself and consider this: Could you run a government
and still find time to shoot a hunting partner in the face? Didnt
think so.
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when I first came here, Simone
said. There was a lot more staff
and school programs. Weve had
to make a number of different
cuts.
Last year was a difficult year
for the district.
It was $8 million short in its
budget and had to cut 100 staff
members.
Along with staff cuts, many
programs had to be cut or, for the
first time, had to be supported fi-
nancially. Some employees had
to take over other positions, in-
cluding Simone, who became the
human resources director as
well as superintendent.
The majority of the district
rolled up their sleeves to keep po-
sitions, Simone said. They
took a zero-percent pay increase,
and some even had cuts in pay.
There was $3 million brought
back into the budget from the
state, and we were able to give
some money back to the taxpay-
ers. There was a concerted effort
to bring taxes down.
While this is an end to an ex-
citing career for Simone, she
takes with her the fond memo-
ries of Washington Township.
This was a fabulous place to
work, I was very fortunate to be
able to work here, Simone said.
The staff was excellent; its a
very supportive community. The
community shares in the belief
that good education and good
schools make the community. It
has been a pleasure and an
honor to work here.
SIMONE
Continued from page 1
Simone retires
The Margaret E. Heggan Free
Public Library of Washington
Township will celebrate its re-
opening with a grand opening
celebration on Saturday, June 18,
from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Enjoy free food, bounce
around in the moon bounce, see
magic and get a balloon sculp-
ture, visit tables provided by
community organizations and
local authors, vote for your fa-
vorite cake in the Edible Book
contest, and explore the new li-
brary.
Listen to the sounds of the
Old Towne Music Ensemble, and
have your picture taken with
Finley, the Riversharks mascot.
Children will enjoy a concert by
Yosi, the childrens musician.
Strut along with the Ferko
String Band. See animals during
the Freedom Center for Wildlife
presentation. Teens will enjoy
the music of ELE and everyone
will enjoy the music of the brass
quartet, Quattro Bassi.
The Margaret E. Heggan Free
Public Library is located at 606
Delsea Drive, Sewell. Please call
589-3334 or visit www.hegganli-
brary.org for more information.
Library grand re-opening June 18
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WEDNESDAY
June 15
FOR ALL
Library Board of Trustees meet-
ing: Margaret E. Heggan Library. 7
p.m.
THURSDAY
June 16
FOR ALL
Environmental Commission meet-
ing: Washington Township Municipal
Building. 7:30 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
meeting: Washington Township
Municipal Building. 7 p.m.
Friends of the Library meeting:
Margaret E. Heggan Library. 7 p.m.
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MONDAY
June 20
FOR ALL
Mystery Book Discussion Group:
Margaret E. Heggan Library. 7 p.m.
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June 21
FOR ALL
Planning Board meeting: Washing-
ton Township Municipal Building. 7
p.m.
Josephs Storehouse Food Pantry:
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Township Council meeting: Wash-
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June 26
Washington Township Mayor
Matthew P. Lyons, along with the
Gloucester County Board of Cho-
sen Freeholders, presents a free
Concert In the Park on Sunday
June 26 at 7 p.m., featuring the
music of South Jerseys own
Right Turn at 40.
The band will be playing all
your favorite classic rock hits
from the past four decades.
Tap-alongs, sing-alongs, dance-
alongs; something for everyone at
this familyfriendly event.
Gather your family and
friends, bring your lawn chairs
and head to the Washington Lake
Park, James A. Yates Memorial
Amphitheater.
A good time for all brought to
you by your local officials.
Local pair takes top
spots at state meet
Micaela Coltellaro and Colette
Defoney won first place all
around in their divisions at the
USAIGC NJ state gymnastics
championship in Wildwood for
Atlantic Coast Gymnastics.
Other top finishers were Anna
Henderson and Katie Hollywood
who placed second, Jess Hoffman
placed third and Alyssa Palumbo
and Casey Hubbard placed
fourth.
The event took place at Wild-
wood Convention Center on May
27 through May 30. The events
were vault, bars, beam and floor.
The Bronze team placed third
and the Silver team placed fourth
for Atlantic Coast Gymnastics.
The girls will compete at na-
tionals in Palm Springs, Calif. the
week of June 26 through July 1.
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The launch was made possible
thanks to a grant received from
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All nine of the rockets were suc-
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Bells fifthgraders blast off
Terry and Nancy Clark, praise
and worship musicians consid-
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will be featured at the Gloucester
County Community Church in
Sewell. The Clarks will lead wor-
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Washington Township High
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slid down in her seat when the
visiting guests entered Eileen
Rosells classroom, hopeful that
the presentation would be for her
but also embarrassed by the sur-
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