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Gloucester City School Board Changes Principal Assignments

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  The Gloucester City Board of Education (BOE) voted to change principal responsibilities, effective July 1, 2016. These changes will be required for the opening of the new middle school, for planning purposes, and also for the smooth transition of students and staff, said School Superintendent, Joe Rafferty, during
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Gloucester City Teacher Arrested

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Displayed with permission from CNB News.net UPDATED: by CNBNews Staff (February 9, 2016…9PM)–When School Superintendent, Joe Rafferty, was asked after Tuesday night’s Board of Education meeting if he had a comment about the arrest, he responded: “No comment. We defer to the Gloucester City Police Department.” During the meeting
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A List of New Jersey’s Most Dangerous Cities

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Displayed with permission from CNB News.net Chris Kolmar, of The RoadSnacks blog, released an article last week naming the most dangerous cities in New Jersey. From the article… Instead of relying on speculation, we dug into the FBI crime data in order to identify the most dangerous places in
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Gloucester City School Board Allows Police Access to Security Cameras

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  The Gloucester City Board of Education (BOE) voted on December 8 to approve a Memorandum of Agreement granting the police and fire departments access to the district’s security cameras in emergency situations. School Superintendent Joe Rafferty called it a necessity. “Allowing the police chief and the fire chief
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Gloucester Gets Initial Results of PARCC Test

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Dr. Elizabeth Curry, the Gloucester City School District’s Director of Curriculum and Instruction, recently gave a presentation to the Gloucester City Board of Education (BOE) about the district’s total population scores from the spring, 2015 PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) assessments. She said that
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