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  • Our Character Education Word of the Month for October is Generosity!

     

    Generosity!

     

    Our Strive for Five Focus is on Responsibility! 

    Responsibility

     

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  • Announcements 

    Upcoming Events 

    November 15: Harvest Feast! &

    End of Marking Period 1 

    November 19 & 20: Parent Teacher Conferences-

    Early Dismissal for Students 

    November 21: Early Dismissal- Thanksgiving

    November 22 & 23: Thanksgiving- School Closed 

    Happy Thanksgiving

     

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    Lumberton Campus's Culinary Arts program had the honor of catering the First Annual Veteran's Expo for an estimated 300 veterans. We could not be more proud of our students and staff, or more appreciative of the Sheriff's Department for providing our students with this opportunity. Click on the link below to see our students serving those who have served our country. 

    Culinary Arts Veteran's Expo!

    Serving those who have served us!

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  • Chair of Honor

    THANK YOU ROLLING THUNDER CHAPTERS 2 AND 4, AND HUSSEY SEATING COMPANY

    FOR YOUR GENEROUS DONATION TO MAKE THIS EVENT HAPPEN FOR OUR STUDENTS.

    FLAG DAY, JUNE 14, 2018

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  • CONGRATULATIONS 

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    BARBARA YANOSCHAK, TEACHER OF THE YEAR

    CONGRATULATIONS!

     

    KRISTINA TRAVAGLIONE, TEACHER ASSISTANT OF THE YEAR

    CONGRATULATIONS!

     

    JAY RABINOWITZ, SUPPORT STAFF OF THE YEAR!

    CONGRATULATIONS!

     

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  • CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS

    BCSSSD DISTRICT CALENDAR 2018-2019

     

    BCSSSD SCHOOL CALENDAR

     

     

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  • LUMBERTON CAMPUS FLYER

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  • THE LUMBERTON CAMPUS
     Campus Phone Number: (609)-261-5600 Extension 4430 
     
    Discover Your Potential!  
      
    DISCOVER YOUR POTENTIAL 
     
    Mary Jean Kneringer, Principal 
     
    Lumberton Campus meets the unique educational and therapeutic needs of High School students who have not experienced success in the more traditional classroom settings. With the  goal of preparing students to enter the world of work with solid, entry level skills, positive attitudes, a sense of responsibility and self worth, our program features a hands- on approach to learning. Our students participate in carefully selected projects which are closely related to the instruction which takes place in the classrooms. Our alternative program features: 
    • Career Technical Education (CTE) 
    • Structured Learning Experience (SLE) while earning high school credits
    • Group and Individual Counseling
    • Departmentalized Classrooms
    • Computer Labs and SmartBoards
    • Substance Abuse Prevention Education
    • Normative Culture
    • Music Program 

    The Career Technology Program offered here at Lumberton features a strong emphasis on employment skills. As part of this process, teachers use skills inventory checklists, updated as students progress through their chosen courses and master skills. Upon completion, students are issued a skills transcript identifying skills learned in their chosen career paths. The goal is for all our students to be in a position to earn industry credits, equating to job opportunities at the completion of our program offerings. 

    CTE & ELECTIVE OFFERINGS INCLUDE

    • Business Office Practices and Technology (CTE)
    • Building Trades (CTE)
    • Culinary Arts (CTE)
    • Automotive (CTE)
    • Horticulture (CTE)
    • Studio Arts (ELECTIVE)
    • Introduction to Cosmetology and Barbering (ELECTIVE) 

    Just as students are carefully chosen for programs of this type, the staff has also been carefully chosen. They are committed to a "roll of up your sleeves" philosophy of active involvement with students and projects. They see their roles as teachers in the broadest possible sense. They are more than just academic instructors. They are motivators, counselors and confidants. Staffed by special education teachers, vocational teachers, school social workers, nurses and highly trained teacher assistants, the diversity of talents and personalities provides virtually all students with positive role models who take personal interest in their progress. 

    COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 

    The school district has spared no expense to offer the latest in technology for students. State of the art computers in classrooms and campus labs support academic instruction and offer opportunities for career training. Assistive technology is widely available to enable most students to benefit from computer technology. In the information age, students at Burlington County Special Services School District are given every opportunity to develop their technology skils. Additionally, we offer a variety of technology training options where students are issued skills transcripts upon completion of their programs of study. Students are also afforded the opportunity to take specilialized exams leading to industry recognized certifications. 

    COST 

    The Burlington County Special Services School District is a public school district providing programs and services to the special needs students of Burlington County and the region at no cost to the parents. 

    Our record of successful graduates who have accomplished great things in the world of work, and students who have returned to successful experiences in their local schools following a placement here, are indicative of the positive effect our programs offer. Our track record speaks for itself! 

    ADMISSION 

    Only those students whose educational needs cannot be met from programs in their local school district are eligible for admission to the Burlington County Special Services School District. Application to the BCSSSD Lumberton Campus can only be made by local district of residence. Districts seeking admission of a student to the Special Services School District may submit a letter of application to the Admissions Office. All required application materials are listed on the application. 

     
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