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Jaclyn Pryzbylkowski started the Free to Be Club at Voorhees Middle School because she felt the school needed a club that gave students the opportunity to discuss bullying, self-esteem, and ways to make the school a more positive place.
 
Star Teachers: November, 2013
Bob Rourke, a teacher at Orchard Valley Middle School pictured above at left, won the school’s “Mustaches for Military Veterans” competition, which ran throughout the month of October.
 
Star Teachers: October, 2013
Amy Carpinelli, a science teacher at Washington Township High School, was asked to present a lecture to the Delaware Valley Earth Science Society this past summer. She presented the diagnostic use of trace fossils with a concentration on corpolites....
 
Star Teachers: September, 2013
Li Salewski, a Chinese language teacher at Washington Township High School, was selected to participate in a four-week China Workshop Program for Foreign Chinese Language Teachers (Hanban) in Beijing, China, this past summer. The program took place from...
 
Star Teachers: August, 2013
Joyce Kilmer Elementary School psychologist Molony was named New Jersey’s School Psychologist of the Year at the N.J. Association of School Psychologists convention. Molony remains actively involved on the national level of school psychology as the N.J....
 
South Jersey’s Outstanding Teachers
Wherever you are today, you probably have a teacher to thank. Every day, they’re using their unique ability to tailor their teaching, reach out and make an impact, whether we’re sitting in the front row of class raising our hand or maybe quietly observing...
 
Star Teachers: May, 2013
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Seminar for School Teachers selected Orchard Valley Middle School social studies teacher Chris Janeczko to join 15 other NEH Summer Scholars for four weeks in Philadelphia.