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Upcoming Events
9/1/2015
- Faculty Meeting
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
9/8/2015
- 1st Day for Students
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- PTA Senior Breakfast
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
9/9/2015
9/10/2015
 
District Announcements
1st Day of School
Welcome Back Students!
1st day of school
Tuesday, September 8th
Haddon Township School District Goals for 2014-2015
  • To provide the requisite leadership ensuring health, safety and instructional improvements to all district facilities as planned in the successful Bond Referendum of 2014.
  • To enhance the opportunities for college and career readiness for Haddon Township High School Students by continuing to expand courses offerings at the high school.
  • To enhance the instructional program and expand 21st century learning opportunities by infusing personal computing devices into the instructional program, as learning tools.
  • To ensure college and career readiness through the delivery of CCSS aligned curricula and instruction throughout the school district.
Cruisin' Parent Letter
May 6, 2015
Dear Parent/Guardian,
Did you know that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States?
On May 13, we will be hosting Cruisin’ Smart™ for our students.  Cruisin’ Smart, a community education initiative of Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, is a unique program that brings people face to face with the consequences of driving impaired or distracted by using true-life tragedies to instruct and change attitudes. Young speakers who are survivors of life-altering injuries warn their audiences that being impaired or distracted while driving can often result in a fate worse than death.
This is a very powerful and important message we will be bringing to the student body.  As part of the program, our students will be receiving 2 brochures.
1.      “Student Safety Tips” – This brochure will include statistical information and facts/myths about the dangers of distracted driving.  There will also be a reminder of how to develop a safety plan. 
2.      “Parent/Guardian Talking Guide” – This brochure is for you. It includes statistical information about distractive driving as well, but more importantly there are tips for you on how to have a conversation with your teen about the dangers of driving impaired and/or distracted.  For your convenience, there is also a contract for you and your teen to develop.
I encourage you to ask your teen about these brochures, review the information and have a life changing conversation.
Please, join with me and encourage your teen to pay attention to the road at all times.  Remind them of the value of “Cruisin’ Smart” and the consequences of distracted and impaired driving.
If you need any additional information or have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Sincerely,
Janet Hanlon,                                                                    
Student Assistance Counselor
School Announcements
Summer Reading Lists
The books listed for each grade level have been recommended by the English department. It is suggested that you read as many of them over the summer as you can in preparation for next year's English class. We hope you have a very enjoyable summer. See you in September!

Summer Reading List
English 11 Honors trip to Arden Theatre
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