Hammonton Public Schools

www.hammontonps.org

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTER

The ECEC opened in 2001.

     -THG/Mary Susan Hoffman

Early Childhood Education Center

Fourth Street

(609) 567-6693

Ms. Darla Salay (principal)

 

Early Childhood Education Center....

The Hammonton Early Childhood Education Center provides comprehensive pre-K through first grade education.

"Our faculty delivers instruction that is driven by data from skill assessment and the level of proficiency attained by each individual child. Quarterly curriculum benchmarks, as well as our tools for assessment and reporting, guide instructional methodologies.," Welsh writes on the school's website.

WARREN E. SOOY JR. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

The Warren E. Sooy Jr. Elementary school underwent a complete renovation that was completed in 2010.

     -THG/Mary Susan Hoffman

Warren E. Sooy Jr. Elementary School
Fourth Street
(609) 567-7070
Dr. Kristina Ingemi Erman (principal)
Mr. Damiso Josey (assistant principal)
 
Warren E. Sooy Jr. Elementary School continues to provide a variety of educational experiences in a positive, caring, and safe educational atmosphere for all of its Pre-K-6 students. These experiences are aimed at developing responsible and productive citizens and are crucial for a well-rounded education. All students in grades 1-6 have Internet access and can use the Worldwide Web to garner information relevant to different learning objectives. A variety of programs are included in the overall educational experience, as students are taught art, music, physical education/health and world language during the school day.

HAMMONTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
The Hammonton Middle School was renovated in 2007.

     -THG/Mary Susan Hoffman

Hammonton Middle School
Central Avenue & Vine Street
(609) 567-7007
Mr. Michael Nolan (principal)
Mr. Kevin Clements (assistant principal)
 
The Hammonton Middle School is an exciting and dynamic place of learning. Their focus is to provide a quality educational program during the transition from elementary to high school. The curriculum has been designed to meet the needs of the students, as well as the requirements of the Core Curriculum Content Standards established by the Department of Education. Cooperative learning activities and use of technology are incorporated to develop and enhance critical thinking and academic skills. Multi-media skills through advanced computer utilization is now a part of the student everyday activity.

HAMMONTON HIGH SCHOOL
The Hammonton High School opened in 2002.

     -THG/Mary Susan Hoffman

Hammonton High School
Liberty Street & Fairview Avenue
(609) 567-7000
Mr. Thomas Ramsey (principal)
Ms. Kimberly Rudnesky (assistant principal)
Mr. Gregory Brandis (assistant principal)
 
In order to meet the challenges of today's ever-changing society, Hammonton High School structures its programs to equip students with the critical thinking skills they will need to meet the demands thrust upon them. Hammonton High School is a comprehensive high school offering academic, vocational, artistic and technology courses, as well as athletic, co-curricular and social experiences. It is recognized that, in order to function in the 21st century, students must master the new technologies essential to their success in the workplace and as citizens.

ADMINISTRATION
Robin Chieco - Superintendent
Mrs. Barbara Prettyman - Business Administrator
Mr. Thomas Ramsey - HHS Principal
Dr. Michael Nolan - HMS Principal
Dr. Kristina Erman - Warren E. Sooy Jr. Elementary School Pincipal
Ms. Darla Salay - Early Childhood Educational Center Principal
Ms. Kimberly Rudnesky - HHS Assistant Principa
lMr. Gregory Brandis - HHS Assistant Principal
Mr. Kevin Clements - HMS Assistant Principal
Mr. Damiso Josey - Sooy Assistant Principal
Marni Parks - Supervisor / Athletic Dir. - 567-7000 Ext. 155
Mr. Michael Ryan - Supervisor - 567-7000 Ext. 336
 
 
ALMA MATER
The Blue and White of high school floats gently o'er each dale,
And on Jersey's highest summits, is always there unveiled.
The Blue stands for violets, and White for lilies tall,
That protect the dear old high school, and that win laurels all.
Through the four long years of high school,
'midst the scenes we love so well.
We'll work for Alma Mater, Support her with our yell.
When the cares of life o'er take us, Sad'ening our lives so bright,
We'll recall those days of high school,
'neath the Blue and 'neath the White.
 
  
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. Thomas Attanasi
Mrs. Barbara Berenato
Mrs. Linda Byrnes

Mrs. Kelli Fallon (Vice President)

Mr. Sam Mento (President) 

Mr. John E. Lyons

Mr. Al Pangia (Waterford)

Mrs. Erica Polito

Mr. Michael Pullia

Mr. Ray Scipione
Mr. John Thomas (Folsom)
 
SOLICITOR
Mr. William Donio

LITTLE CUBS PRESCHOOL AT ST. MARY OF MOUNT CARMEL PARISH
www.littlecubspreschool.com

     -THG/Mary Susan Hoffman

Little Cubs Preschool at St. Mary of Mount Carmel Parish

133 North Third Street

(609) 561-0689

ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY
https://sjacademy.weebly.com

     -THG/Mary Susan Hoffman

St. Joseph Academy
101 Central Avenue
(609) 666-5909
Lynn Domenico (Principal)
 
 
About St. Joseph Academy


Saint Joseph Academy is a private, coeducational secondary school which fosters high standards in academics, athletics, and service to others. Students are challenged to lead lives which cultivate a lifelong love for learning, honor, and excellence.
As a center of knowledge and human development which is rooted in the Catholic tradition, Saint Joseph Academy provides for the spiritual, physical, and social growth of its students, faculty, and administration. Our curriculum seeks to ensure that Christ’s example of compassion and understanding is fully expressed in every facet of our program. 


With a focus on real-world issues and through the appropriate use of technology, Saint Joseph Academy will provide students with authentic learning experiences which will effect positive change for peace and justice in our world. Global citizenry is a reality that both educators and students must responsibly investigate and promote. At a time when mankind’s potential for worldwide cooperation faces some of its greatest problems, the generation now in high school will make decisions whose consequences can’t be overstated. Active involvement, higher order thinking skills, and education beyond the confines of the classroom are essential elements for meeting and solving the critical questions of the twenty-first century. 


The Saint Joseph Academy Team believes that young men and women with strong moral character and excellent college and career education will excel in their chosen paths. Saint Joseph Academy encourages a strong sense of personal responsibility among its students and welcomes committed parental partnerships as integral components to a successful and fulfilling school experience. 


We celebrate our beginning. We are proud of our past; focused on our present; and confidently planning for our future!

Source: St. Joseph Academy website.

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