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GHS Lions 5 - 0 GCHS Rams 0 - 8 Records

Pictured Lions Steven Burkhardt against Palmyra The local Lions are currently 5 - 0 after defeating the opposition by a combined total score 225 to 47. The Lions are led my Senior running back Steven Burkhardt. Burkhardt is one of the League and South Jersey leaders for running backs, entering Fridays game against Pitman with 798 yards rushing and 15 TD's. Currently Burkhardt is #1 in West Jersey Football League with a total points with 107 and 17 touchdowns Across town the Rams are 0 - 8 being outscored 281 to 42 along with being shutout in 5 games. The... Read more →


Alice Costello 8th Grade Student-Athelete Playing in Al Carino's All-Star Game

source of photo Alice Costello Elementary School BROOKLAWN, NJ (March 23, 2023)Congratulations to Mike Barcklow (photo) for earning a spot in the annual Tim Lenaham Memorial 8th Grade All-Star Game on Sunday, March 26 at 1 PM at Rutgers, Camden City. That game will be followed by the 46th annual Albert J. Carino Boys Basketball Club of South Jersey Senior All-Star Game which is jointly sponsored with the Lions Club of South Jersey. Playing in that game are 30 of the area senior boys basketball players from the seven-county region. Nearby Gloucester High School will also be represented that day... Read more →


THE COST, Over $1.5 MILLION:

The Woodshop Class is Coming Back to the Gloucester City School District

The tribute to the military is erected at the front entrance of Gloucester High School (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 9, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester City Board of Education will accept sealed bids for the interior and exterior alterations of an Industrial Arts (wood shop) at the City High School, 1300 Market Street, on Friday, March 17, in the Board offices. This is not a school development authority (SDA) project. For decades the local public school district always had a wood shop, but for whatever reason, that class was done away with in 2005. Vince... Read more →


Gloucester High School Fun Run for Austism Acceptance

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (March 6, 2023)--The Autism Acceptance Month Committee is happy to announce our 2nd Annual Community Fun Run/Walk SATURDAY APRIL 1st, 2023. This event will kick off our month’s celebration with vendors, sensory-friendly activities, basket raffles, and Gloucester City Community Egg Hunt. We kindly ask all participants attending to register using the link Fun-Run Pre- Registration 2023 or scan the QR Code attached to the flyer. Teams are welcome too! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe… source Gloucester High School Read more →


NJ Business and Industry Association Excited About Proposed State School Funding Plan

TRENTON, NJ (February 22, 2023)--NJBIA Chief Government Affairs Officer Christopher Emigholz issued the following statement in response to a school funding plan that would result in property tax relief announced by Assembly Minority Leader John DiMaio today. “NJBIA commends any property tax relief efforts such as the school funding reform proposed today, especially if it results in much-needed property tax relief for New Jersey residents AND businesses. “New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the nation, with our employers paying about half of that enormous burden – all while being excluded from the ANCHOR property tax relief program. “NJBIA... Read more →


GMS and GHS Updated Schedules Released; School Superintendent Gorman Answers Questions

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (FEBRUARY 17, 2023)(CNBNews.net)--Gloucester City School Superintendent Sean Gorman released updated schedules today (see below) for both Gloucester Middle School (GMS) students and Gloucester High Students (GHS). The Superintendent answered several questions about when the students will be able to return to their regular schedules. What caused the HVAC system to break down? Is the district addressing the possibility of mold developing in the GMS building? Will the effect of the split schedule cause a problem with athletics or any other activity? When will middle school students and staff return to GMS? Unfortunately, the date for the reopening... Read more →


Gloucester High's Aydan Hagan Joins 1,000-point Club

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 1, 2023)-- It was an exciting night at Gloucester High when Lions senior Aydan Hagan (above surrounded by family) officially added his name to the GHS 1,000-point ball on Wednesday night, February 1. Aydan is the 18th GHS boys basketball player to score 1,0000 points. Congratulations Aydan. Great accomplishment. ~Joe Gorman source Gloucester City History in Photos Read more →


Jeanne Allen from Forza...for Education

There are a lot of things I love about my work, my colleagues and many of YOU reading Forza today. And I’m crazy about anything or anyone that works hard to influence those who influence policy, or people, or behaviors to understand what it takes to educate kids. Like these examples… Loving the Yass Prize Family of Innovators Love was in the air even before Valentine’s Day, when Yass Prize awardees and alumni reunited in Washington DC for two jam-packed days to fill the hearts and minds of members of Congress, Governors and their teams with their views on what... Read more →


CNBNews TIPS AND SNIPPETS:

Mustaro Hits 1000; Zearfoss Wins 100; Dancing 'Lions' at 76's Game; Frosh Barrera Honored

RAMS MUSTARO JOINS 1000 POINT CLUB--Gloucester Catholic’s RJ Mustaro scored 45 points to become the 16th Rams basketball player to reach the 1,000 career points plateau as the Rams beat Clayton 108-65 at their home court in Gloucester City. According to the team’s Twitter account, the milestone point came in the second quarter. The 45-point effort also established a school high for a single game. In doing so, he broke Ryan Roney 35 point school record for points in a game. source Gloucester Catholic's Twitter page +++++ 100 WINS FOR LIONHEARTED JAKE ZEARFOSS-Congratulations to Gloucester High’s Jake Zearfoss for winning... Read more →


Building a Gloucester City Champion

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Recently early on a Saturday morning, Gloucester Lions Coach Liam James gathered his Defending South Jersey Group I Champions varsity basketball team to instruct a clinic for future stars. Led by Senior 1,000 points scorers Aydan Hagan and Liam Gorman, these five y/o kindergarteners listened intensely and work through fundamental drills. This Annual 9:00 AM event is one of several ways the current Lions work to help build the Lions into future Champions. On Tuesday once again the current Lions honored the younger player K through 8th grade at the GHS Fieldhouse where they were honored on... Read more →


Gloucester City Board of Education Names Jennifer Daubert Principal of the Cold Springs School

Above, Mrs. Jennifer Daubert and Gloucester City School Superintendent Sean Gorman GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 30, 2023)--At their December meeting, the Gloucester City Board of Education named Mrs. Jennifer Daubert, the Cold Springs School's principal. Mrs. Daubert has worked in the City school district for the past two years as an Instructional Supervisor at Cold Springs School. Throughout her nearly 20 years working professionally in the field of education, she has been a teacher, literacy coach, and Instructional Supervisor. She has degrees in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Kindergarten through 5th grade Reading & Mathematics, and School Leadership. She was... Read more →


NJDOE Release Test Scores for Black and Latino Public Charter School Schools

Those Students Are Twice As Likely to Be At Grade Level Results show pandemic-related setbacks statewide in student learning with public charters best positioned to accelerate educational recovery HAMILTON, NJ – December 19, 2022 – Last Friday, the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) released statewide assessment scores for the first time in three years due to extensive disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic. While there were significant drops statewide, analysis shows that Black and Latino students enrolled in public charter schools in the six largest charter cities are twice as likely to be proficient in English language arts and mathematics... Read more →


Revealed: The most supportive states to raise autistic children; New Jersey One of the Best

West Virginia, New Mexico, and Tennessee have been named the top three worst states to raise an autistic child. The states have been named after analysis of data looked at resources available for people with autism, individual state laws requiring insurance coverage, if a state is part of the ADDM Network and grants available to families. One in 54 children have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the US. The research also revealed the East Coast is the best place to raise autistic children, with seven out of the ten states ranked best all on the East Coast.... Read more →


Catherine M. (nee Frank) George, 78, of Haddon Hts.,

Catherine M. (nee Frank), on December 5, 2022, age 78, of Haddon Heights, formerly of Bellmawr and Philadelphia. Beloved mother of Catherine Kaiser (Michael), Robert George (Leeann) and Timothy George (Kelly). Loving grandmother of Kellan Kaiser, Olivia, Madeline, Jacob, Grace, Quinn and Teagan George. Dear sister of Theresa Frank. Catherine Marie George (Frank) was born on January 4, 1944 to Marie and Edward Frank on Bailey Street in South Philadelphia. Catherine attended the convent from the ages of 14 to 21 where she devoted her time to becoming a religious woman of the Sisters of Christian Charity. After graduating from... Read more →


2022 Math and Literacy Test Scores for New Jersey Students; See Your District

Catherine Carrera, Chalkbeat Newark Dec 21, 12:01pm EST Significant disparities between New Jersey’s white and Asian American students and their Black and Hispanic peers grew bigger on last spring’s state standardized tests, while proficiency rates among Newark’s relatively young students suffered the biggest declines from pre-pandemic levels, according to a Chalkbeat analysis of the scores. There were drops in proficiency rates in math and English language arts on the spring tests for all student groups in the state. And Newark’s struggles with achieving math proficiency have only grown more pronounced. The scores on the New Jersey Student Learning Assessments, known... Read more →


The City of Gloucester City In The NEWS

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet aerial view of the City of Gloucester City courtesy of Dreamstime.com GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 20, 2022)--Two major media outlets paid a visit to the community of Gloucester City last week. Usually, that only happens when there is unpleasant news about the City. But, both stories were engaging and positively impacted Gloucester City. Last week, Leo Holt gave a unique Christmas gift to the Gloucester City public school district. This particular gift may save a student's life someday. Holt, the president of Holt Logistics, operates one of the largest maritime businesses on the Delaware... Read more →


NJ One of Only Two States in the Country That Hasn't Released Public Schools Test Results

[New Jersey – December 5, 2022] Paula White, Executive Director of JerseyCAN, will testify before New Jersey’s Joint Committee on Public Schools regarding the urgent need for the New Jersey Department of Education to release all student assessment data. The hearing will take place over Zoom on Tuesday, December 6th, at Noon. Please contact the Joint Committee on Public School to receive viewing information. CNB Graphic files In the midst of independent analysis showing unprecedented learning loss throughout the state, Ms. White has been at the forefront in demanding the State of New Jersey’s Department of Education fully release the... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Thank The New Jersey State Board of Education For This High School Graduation Mess

The NJ Department of Education (NJDOE) is keeping complete statewide test results under wraps, but partial reports released to school districts show that just 39% of students who took the first ever administration of the New Jersey Graduation Proficiency PRESS RELEASE Assessment (NJGPA) last March passed the English Language Arts section, and just 50% passed the Math section. The low passing rates are a direct result of the State Board’s last-minute decision to raise the passing score on the new exam and reject a lower benchmark recommended by both the test vendor and the NJDOE’s own assessment officials. Only one... Read more →


WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS! Gloucester High Lions 2022 City Champions

Thanksgiving Day brought beautiful weather, large crowds and the local Lions (9-3) a City Championship. The Lions pounded the Rams (5-5) in a game that saw more penalty flags on the field then players, 35-0. Early in the first quarter Lions #8 John Daily returned a Rams interception 47 yards for a quick touchdown. Then with time running out in the first half, Lions #2 receiver Leo Curran went 20 yards for a are fought TD. The Lions left the field at halftime leading 21 - 0. Then forced a running clock when they punched 14 more points in the... Read more →


Five Hacks to Get Your Essay Done Quickly When You're Short on Time

What do you do when you’ve got to complete an essay within a day? You might panic a bit. You do not know how to get it done within a short period. You keep on wondering and waste more time. Don’t worry; there is a solution to every problem. Here are five tips to get your essay done quickly and on time. Organize And Plan ‘A goal without a plan is just a wish’. The saying goes true for writing an essay too. You won’t be able to finish your work if you have not planned. Writing an essay requires... Read more →


Idella Jane Disney Mackle of Audubon

February 4, 1927 - November 12, 2022 A lifelong resident of Audubon, NJ, Idella Jane passed away on November 12, 2022 at the age of 95. She was the beloved wife of the late James J. Mackle. Loving mother of Laurie A. (Stephen) Fox (nee Mackle. Devoted grandmother of Stephen J. Fox and Rebecca M. Fox. Cherished daughter of the late Howard and Theodora Disney, Sr. Dear sister of the late Howard (Kay) Disney, Jr. She is also survived by nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with the family on Monday, November 21, 11:00 AM to... Read more →


Lions Defeat Bulldogs on Blocked Field Goal

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--Trailing 13 - 7 early in the 4th quarter of the Central Jersey Group 2 Semi-Finals, the Lions blocked a 36-yard Field Goal attempt. Haddonfield (6-3) looking to take a 16 - 6 lead, had a field goal attempt blocked and returned by Lions Jaden Garris 65 yards giving the Lions (8-2) a 14 - 13 lead after the extra point by Chris Ruggeri and the eventual victory. The #3 Lions will host #4 seed Willingboro next Friday at home. Read more →


Christine Girtain, of Toms River HS, NJ Teacher of the Year

Trenton, NJ – The New Jersey Department of Education today announced that Christine Girtain, a Science Teacher and the Director of Authentic Science Research at Toms River High School North and South, has been named the 2022-2023 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year. Christine, a graduate of Toms River Schools herself, has been teaching science for 28 years, including Earth Science, Biology, and Authentic Science Research. The Authentic Science Research program at the Toms River Regional School District is a three-year elective program that allows students to pursue and conduct independent research on a specific science topic that interests... Read more →


Lions Surprise Eagles with 14-0 Win; Zearfoss Carries 36 Times for 180 Yards

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 29, 2022) (CNBNewsnet)-- Gloucester High School played West Deptford Friday night at home under the lights. The underdog Lions showed West Deptford that when you come into their "House" you will be in for the fight of your life. “We were picked to lose by almost everybody in the state of New Jersey,” Lions junior running back Jake Zearfoss said. “We kind of just let them know who we are. That was great.” Zearfoss carried 36 times for 180 yards and a touchdown Friday night as Gloucester defeated West Deptford, 14-0, in their Central Jersey Group... Read more →


Sally Ludwick, (nee Straub) age 85, of Gloucester City; Day Care Provider, Broadway School Lunch Aide

Sarah “Sally” Ludwick (nee Straub) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 11, 2022)--Sarah “Sally” Ludwick (nee Straub) of Gloucester City, passed away on Monday, October 10, 2022, at the age of 85 years. She is survived by her beloved husband of 61 years, Robert Ludwick, and her loving children Robert F. Ludwick Jr. (Rayna) and Susan Cipriani (Christopher). She is predeceased by her brother Robert Straub (Lillian). Sally is also survived by her grandchildren, who lovingly called her “Gammie”, Jordan, Tatum, Taylor, Jamie, Jesse, Jenna, and Sophia. She also leaves behind four great-grandchildren, one on the way, and special friends Joseph and... Read more →


GCN ARCHIVES (1948-2005)Stiles Award Presented To Green & Campbell

EDITOR'S NOTE-(Gloucester City, NJ)(October 4, 2022)--The Cleary family owned the Gloucester City News, Inc. (GCN) for 57 years (1948 up until 2005). Over the next several weeks, we will post articles that appeared in the paper from that period on ClearysNoteBook (CNBNewsnet) (https://www.gloucestercitynews.net). The Internet became a reality in 1983. For many years, the Internet was mainly used by government groups and scientists, but in 1995, commercial Internet access started to be sold to consumers. As a result of our effort, the stories we will be publishing will now be available on the World Wide Web. If you have an... Read more →


Gender Identity and Abortion Added to NJ's New Sex Education Standards

By Catherine Carrera CHALKBEAT In May the majority of state school board members and Acting Education Commissioner Angelica Allen-McMillan defended a nearly two-year-old decision to include controversial topics, such as gender identity and abortion, in the state’s new sex education standards. The discussion on the 2020 revision of state learning standards for comprehensive health and physical education came up during the board’s virtual monthly meeting, a month after a social media post sparked a national firestorm of scrutiny from Republican elected officials. The post in early April from Republican state Sen. Holly Schepisi, who represents a cluster of affluent towns... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story:

Sex Ed in Gloucester City Schools

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet I see a lot of names I know on Facebook's Haddonfield United website. This week that site published an article about the State of New Jersey's school's sex education mandate. The state sent this mandate to NJ's approximately 600 school districts over the summer. Have you heard anything about this over the past few months? I'm retired now so I'm not so much involved in what is happening in our schools, so I might have missed this. Peyton at Gloucester High School (CNBNews photo) However, I find it hard to believe that I missed this, a... Read more →


Kevin S. McQuaid, of Gloucester City, Marine Corp Veteran, GHS Alum

On September 26, 2022. Age 50. Of Gloucester City. Beloved son of Wilfred W. McQuaid, Jr. and the late Patricia E. McQuaid (nee Laughlin). Loving brother of Karen Greco (Nunzio) and the late Douglas McQuaid. Cherished uncle of Michael, Matthew, Kacie, Justin, Tyler, Ryan, Dylan, and Eric. Kevin was a graduate of Gloucester City High School. He went on to proudly serve our country in the U.S. Marine Corps. At his request, services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Foundation online at diabetes.org Please memo, Kevin S. McQuaid. Condolences and Memories... Read more →


Gloucester High Class of 1972 Celebrate 50th Reunion

UPDATED WITH NEW PHOTOS photos provided by Gary Devine GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 21, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Saturday, September 17, the Gloucester City High School Class of 1972 held their 50th Reunion at the Elizabeth Ballroom, Highland Boulevard. Five years ago, the 45th Class Reunion was paid for by classmate Gregg Teears of Gloucester City. Amazingly, the 50th reunion was also paid for by two other classmates. Jim McGlade of Washington D.C. paid for the bulk of the bill, and one other donor wanted to remain anonymous. The committee paid for the decorations, favors, door prizes, and extra desserts. Gary Devine donated two... Read more →


Audubon upsets Unbeaten Gloucester

Winless Audubon upset the unbeaten Lions Saturday 29 - 23 at Narducci Field. The Loss was the first regular season loss for Gloucester in 2 years. The Green Wave trailed by as much as 20 in the game, but with under a minute remaining and down 23 - 21, Audubon QB Scott Lynch took his team 70 yards for the game winning 14 yard touchdown pass to Amauri Pimentel. Pictured Audubon Scott Lynch Qb Lynch completed 20 passes for 330 yards and 4 TD's with 3 going to wide receiver Pimentel. The Green Wave was turned back twice early in... Read more →


How to Create Your First Career Plan

Career planning is something most professionals can benefit from, yet many of us don’t spend enough time thinking about our future and what we might like to accomplish from a professional perspective. Before you started college or finished your education for the first time, you might have dreamed of a specific job you wanted to get one day in the future. However, as time has passed by, there’s a good chance your priorities and values have changed. Not to mention, the job market itself is evolving at an incredible rate, with new opportunities emerging all the time. If you’ve never... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story: A Look At Local School Districts

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--I was recently asked how Gloucester City School District compares to other districts in the area. The first district I chose was Woodbury, thinking its demographics would be similar to our own. Once I digest the overall information, I will be able to go into a comparison of specific schools and grades. Gloucester City's popular, 11,248, is slightly higher than Woodbury's at 9,861. The median household income is a little higher in Gloucester City, $59,394, while Woodbury's is $55,226. However, Woodbury has a 67 more households than we do. Even though Woodbury has... Read more →


Kutztown University 2022 Football Roster Includes Steve Burkhardt, of Gloucester City

KUTZTOWN, PA (09/01/2022)-- Kutztown University has announced that 105 student-athletes will represent its football team for the 2022 season. Steve Burkhardt/Freshman Gloucester High School Alum Read the full season preview here. Following the most successful season in program history, Kutztown University football is ready for an encore performance in 2022. It was a banner year for the Maroon and Gold in 2021, winning 11 games for the second consecutive season, capturing the program's second PSAC championship, and advancing to the NCAA Division II quarterfinals. A bitter ending one play shy of the national semifinals undoubtedly fuels Kutztown's appetite heading into... Read more →


Gloucester City Public School District CCD Information; Cost to Educate Each Student, $23,528 (Fiscal Data 2018-19)

District Directory Information (2021-2022 school year) Modify Search Data Notes/Grant IDs Help District Name: Gloucester City Public School District schools for this district NCES District ID: 3406000 State District ID: NJ-071770 Mailing Address: 1300 Market Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Physical Address: 1300 Market Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Phone: (856)456-7000 Type: Local school district Status: Open Total Schools: 3 Supervisory Union #: † Grade Span: (grades PK - 12) PK KG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Website: http://gcsd.k12.nj.us District Demographics: School District Demographic Dashboard District Details (2020-2021 school year; Fiscal data from... Read more →


Christine McKenna Memorial Golf Outing Sept 24

Click Here or on Image to View Chris McKenna Golf Flier Christine McKenna Memorial Golf Outing Saturday September 24, 2022 1pm sign in – 2pm tee off Valleybrook Country Club; 200 Golfview Dr Blackwood NJ 08012 For more info please email [email protected] Chris passed away in March of 2018 after a tough battle with breast cancer. She was a committed Catholic and a devoted member of Gloucester Catholic family for over 12 years. During that time, she took on numerous roles including teacher, librarian, yearbook moderator, forensic coach, as well as a myriad of other tasks. Chris also enjoyed volunteering... Read more →


Former Gloucester City K-9 Handler Michael Calzonetti named School Resource Officer

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 24, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Police Department released the following prepared statement today pertaining to the appointment of a school resource officer to the Gloucester City Middle School. Officer Calzonetti and K-9 Blitz (retired) We are pleased to announce that the Gloucester City Police Department and the Gloucester City School District have agreed to assign a school resource officer to the Gloucester City Middle School. Chief Brian Morrell and Superintendent Sean Gorman selected Officer Michael Calzonetti as the school resource officer. Officer Calzonetti has been with the Gloucester City Police Department for 8 years. He was previously... Read more →


GHS Orientation for Freshmen and Transfer Students August 31 at 1 PM

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)-- The orientation for freshmen and new transfer students at Gloucester City High School will be on Wednesday, August 31st, at 1 pm. Students should enter through the school's main doors. The event will conclude by 2 pm. There will also be a final orientation for parents of freshmen and new students at 7 pm that evening (August 31). on 8/31. Read more →


Gloucester City Board of Education Repairing/Building Athletic Fields; Seeking Sealed Bids

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SEALED BIDS FOR: SPORTS FIELDS RESTORATIONS AND ALTERATIONS AT THE GLOUCESTER CITY HIGH SCHOOL LOCATED AT 1300 MARKET STREET, GLOUCESTER CITY, NEW JERSEY 08030. Will be received no later than 10:00 AM prevailing time, on Thursday, 08 September 2022 in the Board Offices located in the Gloucester City High School; 1300 Market Street, Gloucester City, New Jersey 08030. THIS IS NOT A SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (SDA) PROJECT Prime Bidders must be pre-qualified by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury, Department of Property and Management Construction, prior to the date that bids are received. PUBLIC... Read more →


When School Begins Will Your Child Have Mental Health Problems?

On Our Sleeves® Survey Reveals Most Parents Believe Their Children Will Have Mental Health-Related Challenges Going Back to School Newswise — COLUMBUS, Ohio (August 8, 2022) — Every new school year comes with its own set of emotions – from worry to excitement – for kids. After years of a global pandemic, safety concerns and other stresses of today, we have to prioritize checking in with children to understand what they are thinking and feeling. A new national survey conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of On Our Sleeves, the movement for children’s mental health, finds that 79%... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic Says Thank You to Gaudreau Golf Tournament Sponsors and Players; Tourney Winners Listed

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 7, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester Catholic congratulates all tournament winners during the 6th Annual Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament at Blue Heron Pines on July 29th. We would also like to thank all tournament sponsors for supporting tuition assistance for Gloucester Catholic students. To view all tournament photos, see: https://www.facebook.com/gchsrams/posts/10158816525467727 TOURNAMENT WINNERS Top Foursome: Matthew Fitzgerald, Cameron Fitzgerald, Paul Blais, Kevin Bishop Closet to Pin: John Gaudreau Longest Drive: Joe Malcarney Straightest Drive: Titus Cooke TOURNAMENT SPONSOR ¨ CDM Electronics MVP SPONSOR ¨ In Memory of Joseph Keller BLUE JACKET HOLE SPONSORS ¨ Sports Management ¨ John Gaudreau -... Read more →


THE STORY INSIDE THE STORY: American Reading Levels

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet I usually listen to talk radio as other channels just don't appeal to me anymore. Tonight, July 9, 2022 the topic was America's educational system and the cause/effects of our adult reading levels. CNBNews graphic file The original statement came from the United States Department of Education. According to them, of the population 16 - 74 years of age, only 54% can read on a 6th grade level or above. If true, that is frightening. The same report listed the top 10 countries ranked for their reading ability. America came in 7th though I have to... Read more →


*Chiefs Basketball Camp Open to Boys/Girls Entering Grades 3-11; Run By Head Coach Eric Cassidy

Chiefs Basketball Camp Who: Boys and Girls entering grades 3-11 Cost: $185 per player per week. Where: Memorial Field basketball courts Marlton NJ When: JULY 25 THROUGH JULY 28 FROM 8 AM -11:30 AM Sign up Link www.chiefsbasketballcamp.com Chiefs Basketball Camp is run by Cherokee Chief Head Coach Eric Cassidy. Coach Cassidy has 14 years of Head Coaching experience. During his 14 years, he has over 250 wins, 5 conference titles, 4 final appearances, and 1 South Jersey Championship. Chiefs Basketball Camp is designed to teach the skills, techniques, fundamentals, and knowledge of basketball under the guidance of an experienced... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: The Numbers Don't Lie (Part 2)

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor CNBNews graphic files RELATED: THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: The Numbers Don't Lie GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 4, 2022)(CNBNews)--I recently used the US News' evaluation of the nation's high schools to see if I could prove or disprove Newsweek's conclusion that Gloucester City High School (state ranking 183) is the second-best high school in the county. I came up with similar, but not identical, results. Here I found - US News' scoring was calculated primarily on subjective, liberal criteria.: 30% College readiness 20% State assessment proficiency 20% State Assessment compared with other US News... Read more →


The Gloucester City Board of Education is Requiring Updated Proof of Residency for Certain Grades

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 23, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Parents of children who transition between the district's schools (from 3rd to 4th grade and from 8th to 9th grade) must submit proof of residency. Further explanation of the new rule along with the items that will be accepted as proof are listed in the letter below. The notice was released five days ago, on June 17, 2022, by School Superintendent/High School Principal Sean Gorman. Read more →


ARE YOU MISSING A BABY WALKER?

CNBNews photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)(June 19, 2022)--On our walk today Peyton discovered a baby walker behind the Cold Springs Preschool in Gloucester City. It looked brand new. Just to make sure there was no baby I circled the school several times. Seriously, why would anyone leave a baby walker in that location? Read more →


SAY IT ISN'T SO: Tens of millions of Pennsylvania school dollars 'unauditable'

By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Recent state audits have called attention to some Pennsylvania school districts’ lackadaisical controls that have made auditing how tens of millions of dollars were spent impossible. The audits do not suggest any illegal activity, but poor compliance measures can hide how taxpayer dollars are being wasted or improperly spent. YOUR MONEY !!!! A May performance audit of Allentown City School District reported $8.5 million in transportation reimbursements that were “unauditable” over a four-year period. “Allentown City School District (District) did not implement an adequate internal control system over the... Read more →


Boys and Girls Interested in Playing Basketball, Register Today for The Chiefs Basketball Camp (for Grades 3-11)

Chiefs Basketball Camp Who: Boys and Girls entering grades 3-11 Cost: $185 per player per week. Where: Memorial Field basketball courts Marlton NJ When: Week 1 6/27-6/3 8am-11:30am Week 2 7/25-7/28 8am -11:30am Sign up Link www.chiefsbasketballcamp.com Chiefs Basketball Camp is run by Cherokee Chief Head Coach Eric Cassidy. Coach Cassidy has 14 years of Head Coaching experience. During his 14 years, he has over 250 wins, 5 conference titles, 4 final appearances, and 1 South Jersey Championship. Chiefs Basketball Camp is designed to teach the skills, techniques, fundamentals, and knowledge of basketball under the guidance of an experienced coaching... Read more →


*GCHS Johnny Gaudreau Golf Tournament July 29

6th Annual Johnny Gaudreau Golf Tournament Set for July 29 at Blue Heron Pines: Golf Registrations & Sponsorships Available!! About The Gaudreau Golf Tournament The Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament will provide families with financial need the opportunity to give their sons and daughters a Gloucester Catholic education. All proceeds directly fund scholarships and tuition assistance. Sponsorship and Golf Registration If you are interested in donating a sponsorship, please indicate the level of your donation below by filling in the sponsorship box. The levels of sponsorship are listed below. If you are registering to golf in the tournament, or you... Read more →


*CASSIDY’S MEMORIAL DAY Baseball Clinic May 30th

Location: Brooklawn, NJ Address: Pershing Rd , Brooklawn, NJ 08030 Phone: 8563044632 Dates: 05/30/22 - 05/30/22 Ages: U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 Contact: Joshua M Cassidy - Please do not contact (spam) Joshua M Cassidy for reasons other than the purpose of the listing. Cassidy’s Baseball clinic is designed to teach the skills, techniques, fundamentals, and knowledge of baseball under the guidance of an experienced coaching staff. This 4-hour clinic offers an opportunity for all athletes, regardless of ability level, to participate in an exciting clinic of baseball training and game simulation. Age and skill levels will be separated into... Read more →