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School taxes stay put
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By SEAN PATRICK MURPHY
The Shamong Sun
ver wanted to be a fly on the wall in a high school classroom to
see what teachers do on a daily basis?
Well, the next best thing might just be “We Teach,” a series of
videos of teachers working throughout a day at Lenape Regional
High School District (LRHSD).
“There are so many things that happen within the walls of a school
and the walls of a classroom and even within a teacher’s mind that peo-
ple can’t see from outside the building,” Justin Smith, assistant princi-
pal and supervisor of science and world languages at Cherokee High
School, said.
“We Teach” is broadcast on LDTV, the district’s local educational ac-
cess channel, which can be found on Comcast channel 19 and Verizon
Fios channel 21.
Photos Special to The Sun
Shown are various teachers featured in ‘We Teach’ season one. From top left, clockwise: Shawnee High School physical education teacher Margaret Fanourgakis; Shawnee High
School communication technology teacher Brian Pistone; Lenape High School science teacher Bill Seng; Lenape math teacher Tom Tamburello; Seneca High School family and
consumer science teacher Lynne Ritter; Shawnee High School English teacher Tim Moran; and Cherokee High School music teacher Frank Guerrini.
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Read their lips: No new taxes.
That’s the upshot of the last
Shamong Board of Education
meeting where the preliminary
2012-2013 school budget was given
a green light to go to the county
superintendent for approval.
The budget, at $14,068,811,
means no additional school taxes
for Shamong residents.
Superintendent of Schools Dr.
Dolores Szymanski said the dis-
trict is “very fortunate” because
of the way things played out in
the last year, including using
state health benefits plans.
“We were able to garner a great
deal of savings from that, so
based on our preliminary budget,
all programs will be intact for the
coming year,” she said, noting the
district won’t know for sure until
they see state-aid figures.
“We worked very hard to keep
things level,” Szymanski said. “I
should hope they would be
thrilled.”
Szymanski, now retired from
being the superintendent at
Burlington County Institute of
Technology, is temporarily taking
the reins in Shamong.
“I think this district is in ex-
tremely good shape because of
the strong governance and the
work of the business administra-
tor,” she said. “In many of our
surrounding districts in the last
few years, they have experienced
tremendous cuts in personnel
and programs and because of the
prudent approach here in Sha-
mong we have not experienced
that.”
School Business Administrator
Michael Mados said the budget,
as is, would not require public ap-
proval at the polls this year be-
cause it falls under the 2 percent
cap.
However, it still needs to be ap-
proved by the board, the county
superintendent, and the state for
final approval.
“There were a number of good
things that happened,” Mados
said, noting three people retired
(their replacements are less ex-
pensive), there was a fund bal-
ance from last year’s budget and
the removal of two students who
had been sent out of district for
$50,000 each per year.
“We’re able now to lower the
expenses and (will) be able to
lower the tax levy for the taxpay-
ers all at the same time,” he said.
“There are no surprises. It was
through the great planning by the
board, through very austere
times in the past.”
He said the district lost about
15 percent of state aid about three
years ago.
Mados also said the district set-
tled with unions and instituted a
district-wide freeze on salaries
last year.
“That was a major thing,” he
said. “It’s all a cooperation of the
entire school community. When
you work together, you put all
your resources together and now
we have a good environment for
the students where now we don’t
have to cut programs, we don’t
have to cut staff, and we don’t
have to raise taxes.”
Residents won’t see any
additional school taxes with
Board of Education budget
By SEAN PATRICK MURPHY
The Shamong Sun
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Walter Keiss
February 15, 2012
Walter Keiss, 65, of Mount Lau-
rel died Feb. 15.
Born in Upper Darby, Pa., Keiss
graduated from Monsignor Bon-
ner High School and St. Francis
University of Loretto, Pa., where
he met his wife, Susan.
They were married in Avalon
in 1968.
He served in the U.S. Navy on
the U.S.S. Grand Canyon.
Keiss received his master’s de-
gree from Glassboro (Rowan Uni-
versity) and then started his ca-
reer in education at Hainesport
School, where he taught
social studies and served as prin-
cipal.
After 24 years he moved into a
superintendent’s position in the
Tabernacle school system for six
years and then served as Burling-
ton County superintendent for
seven years. Recently, he worked
as an interim superintendent in
the Springfield, Chesterfield,
Mount Holly, Westampton, and
Palmyra school districts.
He served on many educational
and community boards including
Burlington County Special Serv-
ices, Burlington County Institute
of Technology, Burlington Coun-
ty College trustee, Burlington
County Council of Boy Scouts,
Lester A. Drenk Behavioral
Health Center, Catholic Charities
Board of Directors, United Way,
the Burlington County Freehold-
ers Advisory Council on Women,
Delran and Mount Laurel boards
of education.
He was past president of
Burlington County Education As-
sociation, Burlington County
School Boards Association and on
the Executive Committee of the
New Jersey Association of School
Administrators and the Board of
Directors of the Educational Re-
source and Information Center
(EIRC).
He also was commissioner and
coach for Mount Laurel’s youth
athletic programs.
Among the honors he received
for his commitments to education
and the community are the:
Burlington County Volunteer
Center’s Lloyd Ritter Volunteer of
the Year Award in 2006, Joint Leg-
islative Resolution from the New
Jersey State Legislature for Edu-
cational Services to Burlington
County in 2005, Honorary Com-
mander of McGuire Air Force
Base, Burlington County School
Board Member of the Year in 2010
and the Elizabeth M. Richards
Burlington County Education As-
sociation Award in 2003.
He is survived by his wife of 44
years, Susan Boyle Keiss, and his
children Kevin, David and Brian;
and grandchild Connor Keiss. He
was the brother of Joan (Charlie)
McGee, Sandy Keiss and Mary
(Len) Jablonski; brother-in-law of
Thomas Boyle, Helen (Barney)
Dugan and Peg (Gene) Buechele.
He was predeceased by his sister,
Sister Isabelle Keiss, RSM, a Sis-
ter of Mercy, and brother and sis-
ter-in-law Thomas and Claire
Boyle.
In lieu of flowers, donations, in
his name, may be made to his sis-
ter-in-law’s foundation, Champs
Achievers Foundation ATTN:
Helen Boyle Dugan 3907 West
92nd St., Prairie Village Kansas
66207 or to Saint Francis Univer-
sity, Office of Advancement, P.O.
Box 600, Loretto, Pa., 15940.
Arrangements were handled
by Bradley Funeral Home, Marl-
ton.
obituaries
Registration for Shamong chil-
dren entering kindergarten in
September 2012 runs until March
1.
Parents should complete the
registration packet at Indian
Mills School. To be eligible for
kindergarten, a child must be 5
on or before Oct. 1.
The district is also continuing
with an initiative begun last year
designed to help our youngest stu-
dents nurture and grow stronger
called KinderClub. This is an en-
richment program developed to
enhance the learning experience
for our next generation. Parents
interested in KinderClub can in-
quire further and enroll their chil-
dren when they register for
kindergarten.
In order to help parents make a
decision that is right for them and
their children, open hours from
11:30 a.m. to 2:50 p.m. have
been established for visits to
KinderClub concurrent with regis-
tration.
Parents must bring the follow-
ing paperwork to registration:
original birth certificate with
state seal; medical records – par-
ticularly immunization records;
three proofs of residency (one
must be a deed or lease; the other
proofs can be a current utility
bill, driver’s license, etc.).
Call 268-0220, ext. 2000, to make
an appointment to register.
Kindergarten registration runs until March 1
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Each year, Lines on the Pines
brings together Pine Barrens au-
thors, artists, photographers, ar-
tisans and enthusiasts in celebra-
tion of the region’s unique cul-
ture.”
The 7th annual Lines on the
Pines event will be held at Frog
Rock Golf and Country Club in
Hammonton on Sunday, March
11. Many enthusiasts of the Pine
Barrens and the local area have
agreed to participate.
The day has the potential of
being quite exciting and memo-
rable.
Open registration
for flag football
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open registration for spring flag
football. Register now for the sea-
son starting March 12.
Players will be organized into
teams. All players will play and
everyone will get an opportunity
to be the quarterback and receiv-
er.
The cost is $60. All players from
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Trip on April 4 to see
‘Steel Magnolias’
The Pinelands Young at Heart
is planning a trip on April 4 to the
Bristol-Riverside Theatre to see
“Steel Magnolias.”
Lunch will be at King George II
Inn. A bus will leave from the
squad building on Hawkins Road.
Non-members are invited to at-
tend.
Call Jean Wells, trip coordina-
tor, if you would like to attend, at
(609) 268-1678.
Pinelands Young at Heart Club
meets the second and fourth
Wednesday of each month at the
Tabernacle squad building. Mem-
bers must be 50 years of age or
older and live in Tabernacle, Sha-
mong, Southampton or surround-
ing communities.
If you have lived in these town-
ships previously and have moved
you may become a member. For
more information, call (609) 268-
0624.
K-9 demonstration
with first-graders
The Indian Mills first-grade
class will have a police assembly
and a K-9 demonstration on Fri-
day, April 20, at 10 a.m. Det. Rein-
hart and K-9 Grena will attend.
Please address questions or re-
sponses of interest to Col. John F.
Rudman, district publicity coor-
dinator, at (609) 268-0440, ext. 1210
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It is also available on iTunes.
Smith said he was invited to become
part of the district-wide committee to gen-
erate ideas and begin the process of trying
to show what a teacher’s day looks like
from different angles.
They decided to show teachers in a mon-
tage of scenes from different teachers’
days within the chronology of a single day.
Each episode follows that chronology.
The committee wanted to get a cross-sec-
tion of teachers to bring voice to the inter-
nal thinking and reflection that goes on all
the time.
Five episodes have been aired since it
started in September. The final episode of
this season is currently being filmed.
“We wanted to time it for the opening of
school when school and everything to do
with education is on people’s minds,”
Smith said. “One cool thing about the ‘We
Teach’ series is that it’s almost collabora-
tive with the viewer.
“The viewer at home gets to make their
own connections, come to their own conclu-
sions through what they see. We’re opening
windows and letting people look inside.
“Really, in the end, that’s kind of what
great classroom experiences are all about
in the first place. I think you see when you
look at the videos that so much of the pow-
erful meaning of what’s taking place in the
videos is that collaboration between
teacher and student.”
Outgoing LRHSD Superintendent of
Schools Emily Capella said politically and
socially, teachers have often been disre-
spected.
“Next to parenting, teaching is the most
important job in the world,” she said.
Capella, who has been in education for
35 years, said she was tired of hearing how
teachers don’t have enough work and how
their jobs are easy.
“People didn’t understand or didn’t have
the willingness to understand the complex-
ity of teaching,” Capella said, noting she
lets those critics know how they got to be
where they are – because of nurturing
teachers. “Nobody really understands all
that goes on behind the scenes.”
Because of the prevailing opinion about
teaching, Capella said she took it upon her-
self to counter that thinking.
“I’m tired of allowing our profession to
be the subject of such ridicule,” she said.
“We needed to find a way to showcase our
profession to our community.”
That was the genesis of the committee
tasked with educating the public.
“My goal is for people to understand the
complexity of teaching,” Capella said.
“Teaching is a 24-hour profession.”
She said teachers constantly consider
how to forge connections with disengaged
or disinterested students.
Marc Sonsini, broadcast technician with
LDTV, said the response to “We Teach” has
been largely positive.
“It’s been very eye-opening for me,” Son-
sini said. “Even working in the high school
for as long as I have, I really didn’t under-
stand all that teachers do in a normal day.”
John Donaldson, director of television
services for the district, said the show has
a five-star rating on iTunes.
Donaldson also said people in other
parts of the country have seen the series
and are surprised at the production values
because it is from a high school.
He said nothing shown is staged.
“What you see is what really goes on,”
Donaldson said.
More information about “We Teach” can
be found online at www.lrhsd.org/weteach.
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O
n the surface, two bills recent-
ly introduced in Congress
make sense. They would re-
strict the number of fees airlines
could charge. After all, who hasn’t
been on a plane where everyone is
wrestling to get overhead storage
space for their 73 carry-on bags they
brought to avoid baggage fees?
Problem is, this is America, and
America has achieved economic great-
ness because it allows, for the most
part, businesses to compete without
many rules. Once government gets
into regulating things that don’t relate
to, for example, safety, the whole sys-
tem gets messed up.
Naturally, the airlines aren’t in favor
of these bills. Some of them already
waive baggage fees for one or two
pieces.
Others correctly point out that,
charging fees, while keeping fares
lower, gives consumers a choice. In-
deed, if you travel without checked
bags, you probably would opt for the
airlines that offer lower fares, but
charge for checked baggage. It’s less
money out of their pockets for the
same service they would receive on
any airline.
Congressional supporters of the
bills point out that consumers don’t
like the fees. Well, of course, they
don’t. No one likes fees.
If Congress would check, we’re sure
it would find that people don’t like
high airline ticket prices, either. Or, in
keeping with the air travel theme,
parking rates that rise as you get clos-
er or more convenient parking spots at
an airport. Or high-priced food in air-
port restaurants.
Sure, some air travellers can feel
like they are being nickeled and dimed
to death. But it’s their choice to fly the
airlines that charge these fees. There
are any number of ways to avoid the
fees, they just choose not to do so.
This is a business model, pricing
choice. It’s what keeps businesses
competitive. Congress should stay
away.
Keep air fee bills grounded
Congress should let the free enterprise system work
Hands off private business
Congress has better things to do with
its time than to get involved with air-
line fees. Let consumers make choic-
es and the airlines make business
decisions.
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“Leap into Kindergarten,” a
seminar to guide preschool teach-
ers and parents, will be held at
Grace Place Preschool, Lord of
Life Lutheran Church.
Local area kindergarten teach-
ers will be talking about what de-
sired skills and abilities children
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8:30 p.m. at 1 Winchester Court,
Tabernacle. Please call (609) 268-
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There will be a free rabies clin-
ic on Saturday, March 17, at the
Shamong municipal garage at 105
Willow Grove Road from 10 a.m.
to noon. Dog licenses will be
available for $5 for
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all others.
Home Again Micro-chipping
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time registration.
If you are able, please also
bring a can or two of cat or dog
food to donate for local animals in
need. Pre-registration is required
for micro-chipping at www.
burlingtoncountypetaid.org.
Free rabies
clinic set for
March 17
Kindergarten
seminar
on March 1
National Youth
Crisis Hotline
(800) 448-4663
PSA
NJ AIDS/STD Hotline
(800) 624-2377
PSA
WEDNESDAY
February 29
FOR ALL
Lenape Regional High School Dis-
trict Board of Education meeting:
7:30 p.m. Visit www.lrhsd.org for
more information.
FOR TEENS
IGNITE Middle School Youth
Group: 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. at
Shawnee Baptist Church, 303 Oak-
shade Road. IGNITE is a middle
school ministry where students par-
ticipate in worship, prayer, lessons
and games. Students in the sixth,
seventh and eighth grades are wel-
come to join. For more information
call (609) 268-2500.
Fusion High School Youth Group:
6:45 to 8:30 p.m. at Shawnee Bap-
tist Church, 303 Oakshade Road.
Fusion is the senior high program
for students who attend high school.
For more information email
fusion@shawneechurch.org.
FOR CHILDREN
Sign Making Craft: Ages 7 to 12. 4
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Get creative and design a cool sign
for your room. It can be sporty,
poetic, funny – anything you want.
All materials will be provided. Regis-
ter online or call (609) 654-6113.
THURSDAY
March 1
FOR CHILDREN
Magical Life of Dr. Seuss Show:
Ages 4 to 10. 7 p.m. at Pinelands
Branch Library. Come celebrate
Read Across America with the fami-
ly-friendly magic of Keith Frye. This
show is packed with colorful surpris-
es, magical mayhem, lovable pup-
pets and entertaining stories! Regis-
ter online or call (609) 654-6113.
FRIDAY
March 2
FOR CHILDREN
Mother Goose on the Loose: Ages
birth to 24 months. 10:30 a.m. at
Pinelands Branch Library. The lit-
tlest library goers are invited to join
Miss Danielle for stories, songs,
rhymes and play time. Must be
accompanied by a caregiver. Regis-
ter online or call (609) 654-6113.
SATURDAY
March 3
FOR ALL
Saturday Morning Basketball: 7:30
to 9:30 a.m. at Shawnee Baptist
Church, 303 Oakshade Road. Open
gym for the purpose of playing bas-
ketball and sharing the gospel to the
men and women who play. For more
information call (609) 268-2500.
FOR CHILDREN
Lego Club: Ages 7 to 12. 10:30 a.m.
at Pinelands Branch Library. Join
the Lego Club for creativity and
imagination in action. Kids can work
individually or in teams to create
this month’s challenge. The theme
will be revealed at the session.
Please do not bring personal Legos.
Snacks may be served. Register
online or call (609) 654-6113.
MONDAY
March 5
FOR ALL
Stamping & Paper Crafting: 6:30
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Join for a level one class in rubber
stamping and paper crafting. Learn
basic techniques that can be used to
make beautiful handmade cards,
scrapbook pages and other projects.
Please bring your own scissors,
adhesives and paper cutter (if possi-
ble). A bone folder would be helpful,
too, but is not necessary. Space is
limited. Register online or call (609)
654-6113.
FOR CHILDREN
Get Your Plate in Shape Series –
Exotic Fruit Tasting: Ages 3 to 7. 2
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
Join Miss Meghan, RD, from the
ShopRite of Medford to celebrate
National Nutrition Month in March.
This exotic fruit tasting is part of a
series of programs to “Get Your
Plate in Shape” this month. Please
note the same fruit will be served at
the session on March 26; only regis-
ter for one session. Register online
or call (609) 654-6113.
TUESDAY
March 6
FOR ALL
Shamong Township Committee
meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Shamong
Township Municipal Building, 105
Willow Grove Road. For more infor-
mation visit www.shamong.net.
FOR CHILDREN
Reading Rumpus: Ages 6 to 8. 4
p.m. at Pinelands Branch Library.
First and second graders are invited
to join Miss Danielle’s book club!
This month the club will read “Strike
Three, Marley!” by Susan Hill. Come
prepared to discuss the book and do
an activity. Register online or call
(609) 654-6113.
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Fully Insured · Licensed
609-200-4043
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Lic# NJ 13VH05972600
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856-673-8474
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Wholesale priced cabinets
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Carpeting & FIooring
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856-663-3267
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Plumbing • Drain Cleaning
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856-429-2494
NJRMP 9325
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Tree/Shrub Trimming and Removal
Stump Removal, Land Clearing
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856-419-6999
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PIumbing
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HVAC
DAVÌNCÌ PAÌNTÌNG
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Reasonable Price
Licenced & Ìnsured
856-341-4861
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Removal & Painting
By Randy Craig
(856) 981-1359
www.rcpaperhangings.com
Lic. # 13VH05945366
Paperhanging
Painting
MisceIIaneous
Specializing in:
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Power Washing, Respraying Aluminum,
Cedar, Asbestos, Wood & Vinyl Siding,
Stucco, Carpentry Repairs
609-654-7651
856-667-7651
Cell: 609-868-1178
Lic# 13VH04812500
Painting & Staining - Interior/Exterior
MATT
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Painting
for
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Washington Township
279 Delsea Drive • Sewell
856-227-0423
Bill Verdecchio and Son
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SIDING & DOORS
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Services
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1816 Rt 70, Southampton
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at the high school & college level
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Tree Service
Greg Smith Tree Service
Affordable Tree Service
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For free estimates call Nick
at 856-82-6501