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Large Public Support for GCSD Staff Members

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During the last two Gloucester City Board of Education (BOE) meetings, there has been a large, public show of support for two staff members who were rumored to be losing their positions in the district. The two staff members are school nurse, Linda Stewart, and homeless liaison, Jackie Berg.
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2016 Ten Most Endangered Places in New Jersey

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Yesterday at the State House in Trenton, Preservation New Jersey announced the 10 Most Endangered Places in New Jersey for 2016. Bellmawr’s Hugg-Harrison-Glover House is on the list. Learn about all of the other endangered historic places in New Jersey by clicking below. 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in
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Gloucester City BOE Adopts $47.6M Budget for 2016-17

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On May 5, Gloucester City School District Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Peg McDonnell, presented the district’s 2016-17 budget in the amount of $47,627,539 and the Gloucester City Board of Education (BOE) voted to approve and adopt it. 2016-17 Budget As for any cuts, McDonnell said: “The budget projects no staffing
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GHS Students Awarded College Scholarships

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GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J. – Four 9th graders from Gloucester City Junior-Senior High School have been awarded full scholarships to Rowan University, Montclair State University, The College of New Jersey, or Saint Peter’s University by the Give Something Back Foundation (GSBF). The announcement was made to the students on April 15
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Mt. Ephraim BOE Discusses Potential Cuts; RIF Notices

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Members of the public addressed the Mt. Ephraim Board of Education (BOE) Monday night to ask about rumors that “everything” is being cut from the budget and that district teachers have received reduction in force notices, or RIF. Several members of the public expressed their concern about program cuts
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