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Second Graders Learn About Amazing African Americans

Mrs. Furman’s second grade class at Robert’s Elementary is learning about some AMAZING African Americans. Each student has been given a different person to learn about. When the students are finished writing their report, they will be giving an oral presentation of their person to the class. As the other students are listening to the report, they will be writing down three important facts that they have learned about each amazing African American.


MHS – Burlington County Art Exhibition

The student artists of Moorestown High School will be well represented at the upcoming and much-anticipated Burlington County High School Students’ Exhibition. The exhibition, sponsored by the Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey, will include ten pieces of artwork created and crafted by MHS students.
The art exhibition will be on display at the Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey from January 12th to February 6th, 2015. Art shows at the Center are open to the public at no charge.
The opening reception, during which art lovers can view the pieces and meet many of the artists, will be held on Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 from 7-9pm. The Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey is located at 123 South Elmwood Road, Marlton NJ, 08053.
We congratulate these student artists for their fine work and accomplishments…and salute the staff of the MHS Fine Arts Department as they guide these and all our student artists on their creative journeys.

MHS – FBLA Regional Competition

More than thirty Moorestown High School students competed in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Regional Competitive Events on Wednesday, January 7th, 2015. Sponsored by the FBLA-PBL National Awards Program, the competition “recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas.”
Under the supervision of FBLA advisor and MHS Business teacher Mr. Adam Roth, the students completed testing in a variety of subject matter…with hopes that their superior performances will qualify them to compete at the state and, ultimately, the national level.  The subjects in which the students competed include Business Procedures, Computer Applications, Computer Problem Solving, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Insurance Risk Management, Job Interviewing, Management Decision Making, Marketing, Parliamentary Procedure, Personal Finance, Sports and Entertainment Management, Word Processing and Securities and Investments.
The Moorestown Education Association salutes these MHS students for their business acumen and their competitive spirit…and wishes them much success in the competitions to come.


MHS – Business Leaders and a Passion for Broadcasting

Moorestown High School’s Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) Chapter was thrilled to host South Jersey local and on-air news reporter, Jennifer Joyce, as their monthly guest speaker on Thursday, December 18, 2014. FBLA-PBL is “a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields.”
One of the goals of the Moorestown High School FBLA-PBL Chapter, led by its advisor and MHS Business teacher Mr. Adam Roth, is to provide members with opportunities to interact with various types of business professionals spanning all industries. Each month the MHS chapter reaches out to the Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia professional community in hopes of providing its members a unique one-on-one experience with a local professional. By bridging the real business world with academia, these guests are able to share their success stories, the often long and difficult journey they have taken to reach their current position in their career and how the obstacles they have overcome have strengthened their character and, ultimately, their work.
Ms. Joyce discussed how she discovered her passion for broadcasting at an early age, which lead her to pursue a degree at Temple University in Journalism and Broadcasting. She related stories of how she secured her first on-air position right out of college and of the challenges she faced as a new reporter in a city that was not her hometown. Ms. Joyce also discussed with students the nature of the media business and how she has made a name for herself within the Philadelphia news market.
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