George C. Baker Elementary School

More »

South Valley Elementary School

More »

Mary E. Roberts Elementary School

More »

Upper Elementary School - UES

More »

William Allen Middle School - WAMS

More »

Moorestown High School

More »


Baseball Day at Roberts

Mrs. Furman’s second-grade class celebrated Baseball/Softball Day. The students were asked to come to school dressed in their favorite baseball/softball team. Our class read a story called Ronald Morgan Goes to Bat. Students learned that there is more to being on a team than just being a great player. Students learned about the history of baseball. They couldn’t believe that baseball players use to use their bare hand to catch a ball! Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson were a BIG hit during our lessons. Our class answered comprehension questions while they watched the movie Everyone’s Hero. We finished out our day with a game of whiffle ball outside.

012 IMG_5291 IMG_2319

2019 2nd grade Service Project

The second grade at Roberts School are very excited to share that their 2019 service project focused on helping animals. In honor of National Pet Week, Roberts School collected many items to be donated to the Voorhees Animal Orphanage. Thank you Roberts families for making it a HUGE success!


Six Flags Read to Succeed Program

Congratulations to the 20 students in Mrs. Furman’s class that completed 6 hours of reading for the Six Flags Read to Succeed program. They each earned a FREE ticket to Six Flags Great Adventure. Way to go readers!!


The Patchwork Quilt

Mrs. Furman’s 2nd-grade class read a book study called The Patchwork Quilt. The story is about a little girl’s grandmother who is making a special quilt with pieces of clothes from the whole family. But when her grandmother gets sick, she was determined to finish the quilt by herself. Each child in our class made a pillow to be able to take home and to help them remember this wonderful story. A special thank you to Mrs. Tideman (Laura Dishong’s mom) for helping the class make the pillows.


Dinosaur Research Reports in 2nd Grade

Mrs. Furman’s 2nd grade started writing Dinosaur Research Reports. To kick off the unit, the class excavated dinosaur eggs!! The class learned about how fossils are formed. The students learned the importance of finding dinosaur egg fossils. The class pretended to be paleontologists and used a chisel to excavate a baby dinosaur out of a rock egg fossil. Boy, it was hard work! The class had to use patience and perseverance just like a real paleontologist.

396 398


The Miracle Worker

Mrs. Furman’s second-grade class is learning about Helen Keller. Through numerous books and the movie The Miracle Worker, the students are learning how she overcame many obstacles in life. They also admire how Anne Sullivan, Helen’s teacher, never gave up when times were tough.  Our class is learning to use sign language to learn to spell words. The students learned many valuable lessons from this book study.


Caring Makes a Difference

Mrs. Furman’s 2nd-grade class is learning to celebrate differences in people during a unit called Caring Makes a Difference. To start the unit off, students created a bottle buddy to look like themselves. Students wrote about the similarities and differences between their bottle buddy and themselves.


MHS – Coriell Institute Science Fair Winners

A talented group of MHS Science students recently entered the competition in this year’s Coriell Institute Science Fair. MHS Science teacher and Coriell Institute Science Fair advisor, Mr. Sean Watson, has provided us with a recap:

The 38th Annual Coriell Institute Science Fair was held at the Blackwood Campus of Camden County College on Saturday, March 23, 2019. Hosted by the Coriell Institute for Medical Research, Moorestown High School had eight students competing in the fair this year.  Our students performed very well.  All eight took home prizes, and five of the students will move on to compete in the annual Delaware Valley Science Fair on April 3, 2019.  A listing of achievements by our students is provided below:

  • Freshman Student – First place in the Biochemistry category and Best in Fair prize – “Putting the Plant in Transplant; Plant Decellularization for Tissue Scaffolds” – going to DVSF
  • Freshman Team (3 members) – Third place in the Team category – “How Does Magnetism Effect the Germination of Plants?”
  • Sophomore Student – First place in Environmental Science category – “The War on Plants: 2,4 Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid vs. the Hydrophytes” –  going to DVSF
  • Junior Student – Third place in Medicine and Health category – “Genomics of Gender Disparities in Cancer” – going to DVSF
  • Junior Student – First place in Computer Science category – “The Quantum Food Computer: Developing Portable Classical Mechanisms for Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria to Contrive Quantum Annealing Based Algorithms” – going to DVSF
  • Senior Student – First place in Zoology category – “Effects of Curcumin and Sodium Nitrite-Induced Inflammation on Fruit Flies” – going to DVSF

Thank you, Mr. Watson! We offer our congratulations to all these MHS students for their hard work and dedication.


The Earth’s Surface

Mrs. Furman’s 2nd-grade class is learning about the Earth’s Surface in Science. To help see the difference between the amount of land and water the Earth has, each student make a clay model of the Earth.


Expression Reading in Kindergarten

Mrs. Furman’s 2nd-grade class having been practicing their expression reading and sharing their love of reading to Mrs. Fordham’s Kindergarten class. Mrs. Furman’s class has been learning about Venn Diagrams in class. To practice this skill, Mrs. Furman’s class made a two-person Venn Diagram and the two reading buddies designed it together. WOW…they learned A LOT about the similarities and difference of each other.