1,165 posts categorized "Gloucester City High School" Feed

ONE WAY TO RECOGNIZE A SUCCESSFUL HIGH SCHOOL

Research shows that high schools that successfully support at-risk students are more effective for all their students. by: GreatSchools Staff All parents want a great education for their kids, but what makes a great high school? We follow the research, survey educators, and analyze the data to help you figure it out. This video on the proven difference that supporting at-risk students makes is one in a series of eight videos on best practices that all high schools should implement (or at least consider implementing) for the well-being and success of all students. Check out the other videos in this series:... Read more →


CNBNews Aug./Sept. 2020 CHEERS AND JEERS

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews CHEER-Gloucester City resident Dan Reader was upset about his grandchildren coming home from the Gloucester City Playground at Lane Avenue with stickers on them. So instead of just complaining he stepped upped and cut the six-inch-high grass himself. Thank you Dan for caring and watching over our neighborhood. JEER— PSE&G employees doing construction work throughout the city since last year keep the motors and flashers on their vehicles operating for 8 hours at a time. The work is being done in residential neighborhoods without any consideration of the people living there. The noise and carbon... Read more →


NJ lawmakers question perceived unfairness of state's school funding formula

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Acting New Jersey Education Commissioner Kevin Dehmer fielded questions from the Senate Budget and Appropriation Committee about school funding and a cut in mental health services for schools during a nearly two-hour long hearing Gloucestercitynews.net files Thursday. Republican Sen. Steve Oroho challenged claims that school districts were not cut and school aid was “flat.” Dehmer said the funding formula used to determine how much each district receives gave an increase to 369 districts, a decrease to 196 districts and only funding for only 12 districts was flat. The funding formula... Read more →


NJ SCHOOL BOARDS SURVEY: NJ School Districts Need Help

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 Gloucestercitynews.net files coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. JOHN MOONEY | SEPTEMBER 2, 2020 NJ School Boards Association’s second survey of members finds schools crying out for funding and clear guidance from the state Title: “Choosing the Best Road Back for Our Children: The Second in a Series of Reports on Education During the Pandemic” Author: The New Jersey School Boards Association, representing all of the state’s more than 600 boards of education. Date: Aug. 31, 2020... Read more →


FINAL CALL: Bid on 69 Amazing Items in GC's 16th Annual Basket Auction!

FINAL CALL: Gloucester Catholic's 16th Annual Basket Auction is open for bidding through Friday, August 28! See details below and join us in supporting GC by bidding on some great items! The Basket Auction currently has 69 amazing items up for bid. Click on the link below to enter the Basket Auction and view dozens of exciting items! Items up for bid cover many areas of interest -- including furniture, Jersey Shore favorites, gaming, gift certificates, holiday gifts, home decor, health and fitness, kitchen, music, sports, purse palooza, tools, tickets and travel among many others! Basket Auction Home Page Auction Ends:... Read more →


Substitute Teacher's Aides for Gloucester City Public School District

County: Camden Posted Date: 8/25/2020 Expiration Date: 9/24/2020 Description Looking for a permanent substitute position? Well we are currently hiring talented Substitute Teacher's Aides that are needed on a long-term basis. Kelly Education is now hiring substitute Teacher's Aides for the Gloucester Public School District for the 2020-2021 school year! Substituting is a great way to boost your resume, gain valuable teaching experience, and help you start building your educational network. Whether you are looking for a building sub role, a long-term position, or a flexible schedule, we can be your backup plan for the 2020-2021 school year! The district needs... Read more →


Substitute Teachers Needed for Gloucester City Public Schools

County: Camden Gloucestercitynews.net files Posted Date: 8/25/2020 Expiration Date: 9/24/2020 CITY: Gloucester City NJ Description Remember your favorite teacher? You could be THAT teacher! Gloucester City Public Schools and Kelly Education are seeking talented teachers to fill various Building Substitute positions at all grade levels for the 2020-2021 school year. No experience needed! This is a great way to boost your resume, gain valuable teaching experience and help you start building your educational network. Whether you are looking for a building sub role, a long-term position, or a flexible schedule, we can be your backup plan for the 2020-2021 school year!... Read more →


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Gateway Regional vs. Gloucester HS, Wednesday, 10AM

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--Gateway Regional vs. Gloucester City High School Football 2020 Gloucestercitynews.net files Watch Live Here: http://scoopy.sport-lovers.org/hsfootball.php Gators vs Lions The Gloucester City (NJ) varsity football team has a home non-conference game vs. Gateway Regional (Woodbury Heights, NJ) on Wednesday, August 26 @ 10am Gloucester City High School Stadium, Market Street and U.S. Route 130 source Facebook Events Read more →


Will There Be Schools Without Teachers? NJ Reopening Plans Unclear

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. JOHN MOONEY | AUGUST 21, 2020 A District touted as model for fall reopening faces teacher shortages, a growing problem Gloucestercitynews.net files Mount Olive was once Gov. Phil Murphy’s Exhibit A for how schools could reopen with a mix of in-class and virtual instruction this fall. Now school leaders are not so sure. And why? Maybe a lack of teachers to staff their so-called hybrid classrooms. Superintendent Robert Zywicki, who sat... Read more →


Gloucester High School Freshman & New Student Orientation August 26

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (August 20, 2020)--The administration and staff are looking forward to meeting our newest additions to our Lions family and working together to ensure a smooth transition to our school. It is important that you know our school’s vision as you prepare for your experiences: “Gloucester High School, in partnership with students, families, and our community, sets high expectations for our performance and instills pride in our achievements, developing responsible citizens and a commitment of lifelong learning.” There will be an orientation program on Wednesday, August 26th for all incoming Freshmen and new high school students. Students who will... Read more →


Gloucester High School First Day of School Sept. 1

Freshman & New Student Orientation - 8/26 First Day of School - September 1st Summer Reading & Math Assignments Gloucester City High School / News / What's New / First Day of School - September 1st First Day of School - September 1st First Day of School - September 1st The Board of Education has approved for all district schools to return to an early dismissal schedule, five days per week. The GHS model is: Period Start Time End Time Arrival/Breakfast Block 7:53 AM 8:34 AM 1st Period 8:37 AM 9:04 AM 2nd Period 9:07 AM 9:34 AM Homeroom (in 3rd... Read more →


What States Saw The Biggest Loss In Education Jobs?

click image to enlarge Editor's Note: Zippia.com a resource site for job seekers surveyed the 50 states in the union to see what ones lost the most jobs in education as a result of the COVID-19 virus. Coming in at number 1, Delaware, number 2, New Jersey, 3, Massachusetts, 4, Michigan, 5, Nevada, 6, Maryland, 7, Maine, 8, New York, 9, Alaska, 10, Virginia +++++ Recently, lots of attention has been directed toward schools. More specifically toward if they should be going back with COVID still going on. People can’t seem to agree about anything, and no one is talking about... Read more →


Push to Make NJ Schools Remote Only Stalls

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. JOHN MOONEY | Lawmakers had backed the bill to halt plans for in-person learning in September, but Gov. Phil Murphy switched gears TRENTON, NJ--When a bill was first posted earlier this month to start all public schools remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several legislative leaders lined up in support — and flexed their muscle to show that it wasn’t just the governor calling the shots. But as Gov. Phil Murphy... Read more →


Questions Parents have about Learning Pods

Get the lowdown on learning pods and micro-schools — and consider ways to support equity in education during the pandemic. by: Mira Browne, Executive Director of Prepared Parents | August 13, 2020 We’ve been following the (inter)national conversation about learning pods, and it looks like parents have a lot of questions: What will remote learning look like this fall? What is a micro-school or learning pod? Is it right for my family? How can we be sure it’s safe for our family? Can I care about equity and still form a learning pod? How can I help make education more equitable... Read more →


Rutgers' Graduate School of Education/Abbot Leadership Provide Summer Training for Educators/Parents

By Lisa Intrabartola After navigating remote learning on the fly this spring, educators will be tackling the challenges of teaching during the pandemic again this fall. Rutgers has been rolling out services to help teachers and families prepare for an anticipated hybrid approach to in person and remote learning in public schools. The Graduate School of Education (GSE) is offering a series of online workshops for educators and is looking to transform student teaching to help its partner districts. The National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) has also launched an online forum to support schools, and the Abbott Leadership Institute... Read more →


Some Educators Want Remote-Only Opening for NJ Public Schools

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. Top administrator association makes public plea to start the year with virtual-only instruction JOHN MOONEY A month out from Labor Day, pressure is mounting for a remote-only opening for New Jersey public schools. The state’s principals and supervisors association on Thursday made a public appeal, including an NJ Spotlight op-ed, for Gov. Phil Murphy to call for virtual-only instruction to start the year. “Beginning the school year with statewide remote learning... Read more →


Remote Learning Gets Mixed Marks in State Survey of New Jersey Families

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. JOHN MOONEY | AUGUST 4, 2020 Parents split on online instruction as prospects for fall opening shaky New Jersey’s seismic shift last spring to remote instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic appears to have received mixed grades from the families who lived it. The state last week finally released a much-discussed survey of nearly 300,000 families conducted in early June about the state’s first lockdown and closing of schools. The results... Read more →


National Study: Private, Charter Schools More Likely to Provide Better Education During Shutdown

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square image courtesy of unsplash.com (The Center Square) – Several reports and national surveys indicate that private and charter schools provided more meaningful educational services during state shutdowns than public schools did, and more parents are choosing nontraditional educational options this fall. A nationally representative survey conducted by Education Next found that while there was “a lot of lost ground on learning” during coronavirus shutdowns in the spring semester, there was “a more robust response in the charter school sector and in the private school sector" among respondents. According to the survey, private and charter... Read more →


Brace Yourself for the Truth: All Kids Lie!

12 tips for raising truthful kids Parents rate honesty as the quality they most want to teach their children. We asked the experts for their best advice for raising honest kids. by: Charity Ferreira /greatschools.org Brace yourself for the cold, hard truth: all kids lie. They do it for many of the same reasons adults do: to avoid getting into trouble, to avoid hurting another person’s feelings, or to make themselves look better. The ability to tell a lie develops early — as young as 2½ for some kids — and it’s a normal and important stage of kids’ cognitive and... Read more →


CDC Says It Is Important for America’s Schools to REOPEN this Fall

UPDATED JULY 23, 2020 source CDC As families and policymakers make decisions about their children returning to school, it is important to consider the full spectrum of benefits and risks of both in-person and virtual learning options. Parents are understandably concerned about the safety of their children at school in the wake of COVID-19. The best available evidence indicates if children become infected, they are far less likely to suffer severe symptoms.[1],[2],[3] Death rates among school-aged children are much lower than among adults. At the same time, the harms attributed to closed schools on the social, emotional, and behavioral health, economic... Read more →


School Librarians are Providing Services and Resources During Pandemic

July 21, 2020-School librarians, long identified as thought leaders in school communities, provide invaluable services and resources to children in times of crisis. With educators facing unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19, school librarians and their libraries play a more important role than ever. "School librarians provide critical services for children in distance education as well as in-person." said John Chrastka, Executive Director of EveryLibrary Institute, a national 501c3 non-profit with a mission to support libraries and librarians. "Now that COVID-19 shutdowns have impacted learning for children around the nation, school librarians are needed more than ever, and they deserve our support."... Read more →


Course Hero Writing Contest

Here at Course Hero, we remember what it is like to be a student strapped for cash, and we understand $1,000 goes a long way. It can pay for that laptop you always wanted, or you can buy one and a half textbooks, or just blow it all on an infinite supply of ramen noodles. Whatever the case may be, we are here to help you. About You: You don’t like writing--you love it. Legal Resident of the United States (excluding Rhode Island) and at least 18 years old Currently enrolled full-time or part-time in a two-year or four-year accredited undergraduate... Read more →


Gloucester City Middle School Graduation

The Goucester City Middle School held its 2020 Eighth Grade Graduation tonite. Due to the current pandemic, student were socially distanced and family and friends occupied both sides of the John A Lynch Football Field. Family and friends who were unable to be seated inside the field were provided a large viewing screen on the soccer fields across from Wawa as well as Channel 19 As a side note the Senior Class of 2020 will walk the field Friday Night with same viewing described above Great job Gloucester City School District and congratulations 2020 Graduates View of Graduation from soccer field... Read more →


Murphy Gives in to Teacher's Union Pressure, Offers 'Virtual-Only' Option for 2020 School Opening

image Gloucestercitynews.net files Some teachers Unions across the country are refusing to send their members back to work for fear they would catch the COVID-19 virus. The above sign appears outside a school in California. One union, specifically the United Teachers Los Angeles, announced Friday that Los Angeles Unified District schools effectively cannot reopen unless certain conditions are met: privately operated publicly funded charter schools are shut down, police are defunded, Medicare-for-All government-run health care is passed, a statewide wealth tax is implemented, housing for homeless is fully funded, “financial Support for Undocumented Students and Families,” and they want a federal... Read more →


What Is Needed for Schools to Open in September?

As parents, educators, and state and local officials grapple with the big question on everyone's minds, Prepared Parents' Co-Founder Mira Browne explains the options and looks at what it will take to reopen schools safely. by: Mira Browne, Executive Director of Prepared Parents | July 16, 2020 What will school be like for your child this fall? We know that we can’t answer this question for you; it’s a deeply personal decision based on local mandates, risk tolerance, financial means, and much more. But, we’ll walk through the considerations for school in the fall together as we collectively grapple with it.... Read more →


Cindy Stumpo: Forget College, Go To Trade School Instead

(Gloucester City, NJ)(July 19, 2020)--Attending trade school in an essential industry, like construction management means low student loans, and making an average of $70,000 (or more) a year. Especially if you’re a woman, says Cindy Stumpo, Boston-based developer, luxury residential home builder and founder and CEO of C. Stumpo Development, Inc. She starred in the HGTV series “Tough as Nails” with her daughter Samantha. WBZ News Radio tapped Stumpo to continue her innovative work in the media with “Cindy Stumpo is Tough As Nails,” a weekly radio show on iHeart Radio. The show is about “building a house and building a... Read more →


Reopening Dilemma: NJ Students, Teachers Afraid to Return to School

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. JOHN MOONEY | JULY 16, 2020 School districts struggling to balance in-school/virtual instruction face another problem — educators, students unwilling to return to brick-and-mortar classrooms Reopening schools in New Jersey may be more than a month away, but districts and families are already facing some fundamental first-day questions. When the doors open, will families have to send their children if the COVID-19 pandemic is still here, as is all but certain?... Read more →


Philadelphia Federation of Teachers Releases Recommendations for Opening Schools

PHILADELPHIA— The PFT released its recommendations regarding reopening school buildings. These recommendations are built on months of member feedback, and are developed in conjunction with insight and expertise from scientists and infectious disease experts. Download the full report here. Download the report appendices here. Planning for reopening must be based on a fundamental truth: lives are at stake. Our members want to return to in-person learning to do the job they love face-to-face, if it is safe to do so, and if it remains safe. Simply stating that CDC guidance is ‘too expensive’ is an abject failure of leadership. Further, recent... Read more →


Girls Softball Tournaments in South Jersey Next Week

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 10, 2020)--Gloucester High is host six other teams at the Gloucester City Ponytail field on Johnson Boulevard for a 12 game tournament that will be played over four days. There will be no tournament champion. Also in South Jersey next week, according to NJ Advance Media, Woodstown and Schalick will play their local rivalry game at Elmer Little League on Wednesday at 7 p.m. The spring season was canceled because of the coronavirus, and by NJSIAA rules high school coaches aren’t permitted to coach their players in person until next week. The Gloucester event includes teams from Pennsville, Audubon, Paul... Read more →


Gloucester City Teacher Honored by SONIC Drive-In

SONIC Drive-In thanks teacher in Gloucester City with $112 donation to aid distance learning In honor of Teacher Appreciation Month, SONIC is providing teachers with necessary supplies for students to continue learning at home OKLAHOMA CITY (July 8, 2020) – To recognize the entrepreneurial spirit driving teachers to meet their students' distance learning needs during this difficult time, SONIC® Drive-In matched all donations to DonorsChoose on Teacher Appreciation Day, giving Amy Brown in Gloucester City, New Jersey $112. Through Limeades for Learning®, SONIC donated $1 million to public school teacher requests across the country on Teacher Appreciation Day – Tuesday, May... Read more →


‘September Ready Fall 2020 Guidance for Arts Education’

WARREN, N.J. – As school districts nationwide scramble to finalize plans later this month to safely reopen this fall during the COVID-19 pandemic, New Jersey is once again earning high marks when it comes to arts education best practices. Following the June 29 release of the New Jersey Department of Education’s The Road Back, Restart and Recover Plan for Education guidance to reopen schools, Arts Ed NJ has just unveiled September Ready Fall 2020 Guidance for Arts Education, a comprehensive, 126-page document offering practical guidance for K-12 school administrators and arts educators seeking to provide meaningful arts instruction for their students.... Read more →


Is it normal that your preschooler has an imaginary friend?

All children play make-believe, but some are more creative than others. If your little one has imaginary friends, here's what you should know. by: Connie Matthiessen | June 29, 2015 The magic years The preschool teacher was new and she’d never seen anything like it before. One of her students, a 3-year-old boy, desperately wanted to be a dog. He rarely dropped his doggy persona. When she asked him a question, he replied with a bark. Concerned, she told his mother that she suspected he might have autism, and recommended he be evaluated for early intervention. The worried mother took him... Read more →


Murphy's Plan for Reopening Schools Coming Soon

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. JOHN MOONEY | JUNE 22, 2020 With commissioner moving on, governor needs to fill gap quickly to ensure continuity, confidence With Gov. Phil Murphy expected to announce this week the road map for reopening New Jersey’s schools this fall, the man likely to be tasked with presenting the plan — outgoing education commissioner, Lamont Repollet — won’t be around long to execute it. The state Department of Education last week said... Read more →


COVID-19 Causing Budgetary Distress for South Jersey School Districts

By Mike Sepanic South Jersey’s largest school districts are facing unprecedented financial distress due to shortfalls in federal and state funding caused by reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic. A new research report from the Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers University–Camden provides insight into the scope of how this imminent crisis will impact communities and families across the region. “Seventeen of South Jersey’s largest 25 school districts are at risk of being unable to sustain pre-pandemic levels of K-12 education,” says Michael Hayes, author of the study (titled “Are South Jersey School Districts Prepared for the Next Recession?”)... Read more →


Should You Consider a Career in Nursing?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 15, 2020)--If you have been considering moving into nursing - whether that be as your first step into the world of work or as a career move from another field - there are several factors you should consider. You should consider how you are going to train, where you should train, and how it would alter from your current life if you are working in a different profession. You need to check you have the right attributes and attitudes to be a successful nurse, and where nursing is heading in the future, not just in New Jersey but across the... Read more →


New Editor of Ramblings Named

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--My name is Rob Langi, class of 2002 and I will be editing future editions of Ramblings for the Gloucester Catholic community. I will try my best to keep the standard high as we share all of the news and happenings of our far-reaching and tremendous alumni base. The format will be very similar to what you have seen in the past for the future editions. I wanted to just highlight some of the different categories of News we hope to highlight and publish: Alumni Milestones RAM Tough: Stories of perseverance, resilience and strength RAM Nation: Spotlight our Rams... Read more →


Guest Opinion: There are no words, but somehow we must find them

Our hearts break at the pain experienced across the country this week. We are outraged at the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, Oscar Grant, Nia Wilson, and countless others as a result of the police brutality and systemic racism that perpetuate these injustices. Now is no longer a time for reflection, it’s time for action. We stand by our Black colleagues, readers, and partners. We are committed to fighting this fight with you and will not be silent to racial inequality and injustice. We’re living in a moment that keeps getting described as unprecedented. And each... Read more →


Black Lives Matters Protest in Gloucester City

UPDATED/CORRECTED CORRECTION: Tajee Almon (TJ) IS A RESIDENT of Gloucester City and a graduate of Gloucester High. Our information that he was from Sicklerville came from one of his social media pages. TJ said Vanessa Lamb was the organizer of the event and that he was just a helper. William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Gloucester City, NJ (June 5, 2020)--A "Black Lives Matters Protest" will be held in Gloucester City on Sunday starting at Proprietors Park and marching north down King Street to Monmouth Street, east on Monmouth Street to the Library Parking This flyer about the event is circulating... Read more →


Wind Damages Cold Springs School Solar Panels

photos CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (June 3, 2020)(CNBNews)--Strong wind gusts between 12:30pm and 1 PM today damaged the solar panels at the Cold Springs School, Cold Springs Drive. Wind also damaged a tree nearby on Thompson Avenue. Fortunately no one was injured. The National Weather Service for South Jersey documented wind gusts between 58mph and 67 mph today between 12:30pm and 12:40pm. According WPVI weather reported that because of a warm front now to our north, we are in the warm sector with a hotter and more humid airmass. Our high will hit near 90 but with the humidity it will... Read more →


WE MISS OUR CUBS!

CNBNews photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 1, 2020)(Gloucestercitynews.net)--Katie Ahern, a teacher at the Cold Springs Early Childhood Center in Gloucester City was standing near the entrance to the building Monday morning on Cold Springs Drive with a "We Miss Our Cubs" sign. Our Peyton, who can never turn down a chance to have her photo taken, joined Katie. The state's more than 600 school districts have been closed since March 16, with educators teaching remotely, because of the coronavirus outbreak. CNBNews photo RELATED: Searching for a ‘New Normal’ in New Jersey’s Public Schools Spencer Hopes Feds Bailout Small Towns; Schools to... Read more →


Ronald E. Taggart, of Magnolia, formerly of Gloucester City; Lockheed Martin Employee, GHS Alumni

On May 3, 2013, a resident of Magnolia, NJ for many years. Age 69 years. Beloved Husband and Best friend of Carol (nee Marquardt). Devoted father of Michelle Cooper, son-in-law Bill of Bellmawr, NJ and Carolyn McLean and son-in-law Bill of Ridley Park, PA. Loving grandfather of Jillian Cooper, Kevin McLean, Steven McLean, Kayleigh McLean, and Colin McLean. Dear son-in-law of Emma Marquardt and brother-in-law of Robert and Karen Marquardt. Predeceased by his brother Kenneth Taggart. Also, survived by loving nieces and nephews. Ron was in the first graduating class of Gloucester High School (1961). He was an avid fisherman and... Read more →


Art Education is Essential for Students Says 54 Organizations

Warren, NJ (May, 2020)—As policymakers plan for school reopening in the fall, Arts Ed NJ joined 53 other organizations in a statement that supports an arts education for all students. In the statement, “Arts Education Is Essential,” the signing organizations convey that the arts have already played a pivotal and uplifting role during the health crisis, and that arts education can help all students, including those who are in traditionally underrepresented groups, as students return to school next year. “Arts Education Is Essential” speaks to arts education’s role in supporting the social and emotional well-being of students, an area that administrators,... Read more →


Searching for a ‘New Normal’ in New Jersey’s Public Schools

MAY 20,2020 The selectively lethal coronavirus spread through New Jersey at a pace that would make a wildfire seem like a wisp of smoke. On Wednesday, March 4, New Jersey had its first diagnosed case. On Tuesday, March 10, New Jersey reported its first coronavirus death. By the time Gov. Phil Murphy signed his historic Executive Order 104, which closed all New Jersey schools on March 18, there were 178 New Jersey cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. On May 18, only two months later, New Jersey officials are reporting 148,039 coronavirus cases and 10,435 deaths– the second-highest... Read more →


Good News, Bad News, Gym Goes Rogue, Memories

TIPS AND SNIPPETS William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GOOD NEWS! Housing Violator Stopped—A number of residents contacted CNBNews on Tuesday after reading a Facebook advertisement regarding a boarding house opening in a longtime residential property in the unit block of North Harley Avenue. The advertisement pertained to three rooms in the bungalow that was available. The upstairs attic and two rooms on the floor below. It mentioned there was good parking available and a large basement for storage. The Facebook ad showed the inside and outside of the property. Tuesday, May 12, CNBNew contacted the person who placed the advertisement... Read more →


$280M in Federal Emergency Aid for NJ Schools

The medium amount for most of the 654 districts Gloucester City New graphic files and charter schools is about $116,000 This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. Gov. Phil Murphy says state aid to schools is in jeopardy as New Jersey faces revenue shortfalls in the billions of dollars New Jersey’s public schools stand to gain more than $280 million in federal emergency aid due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ranging from a few thousand dollars in the smallest... Read more →