Vineland High School honored three former educators with many years of service on Thursday, recounting their careers and showcasing their portraits which now hang in the upstairs atrium - "the Wall of Warriors" - at the VHS South building during the... (cont'd)
Seventy-three students from the Applied Math and Science Academy, Sgt. Dominick Pilla, Veterans Memorial, and Wallace Middle Schools were inducted as new members of the National Junior Honor Society on November 14 at the Landis Administrative Offices... (cont'd)
D’Ippolito Elementary School and Rowan University announced their new partnership on Tuesday during the unveiling of a banner promoting D’Ippolito’s status as a Professional Development School.
The ceremony opened with words from D’Ippolito... (cont'd)
The mission of the Vineland Public Schools is based upon the conviction that all students can learn. We recognize that a quality educational experience is the result of a strong partnership of parents, teachers and the community. We challenge and encourage students to become active participants in the quest for excellence. Our goal is to ensure a safe, creative, stimulating and caring environment which promotes self-esteem, sound character, responsibility and respect for diversity. This atmosphere will enable students to become knowledgeable, skillful, life-long learners who are contributing citizens in our changing society. We expect the best from our students and will give no less of ourselves as educators.
District Anti Bullying Coordinator
Dr. Danielle Sneathen, Assistant Superintendent for Administration
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