Office of Superintendent of Schools

John Scavelli
Superintendent of Schools
John Scavelli, Jr.
856-983-1800, Ext. 5010

Scavellij@evesham.k12.nj.us

 

Secretary to the Superintendent
Cindy Esposito
856-983-1800, Ext. 5010
 
 

 
Welcome!

Welcome to the website of the Evesham Township Public School District. Our district includes Preschool through eighth grade. We are one of the largest elementary school districts in southern New Jersey, located approximately twenty miles east of Philadelphia. We have seven elementary schools and two middle schools with a total enrollment of approximately 4,400 students. We invite you to browse through this website where you will find a great deal of wonderful information about our schools and district.

 

General Information

 

Our schools offer state of the art instructional programs and facilities. We provide a wide range of outstanding curricular and co-curricular opportunities designed to meet the needs of all students. We work closely with the community to enhance the educational experiences provided for the students. Each school has an active PTA or PTO, enthusiastic teaching staff and very dedicated support staff. We are very proud of our students and the wonderful staff who guide the children toward excellence in education.

 

A Message from the Superintendent

Our students have completed many wonderful events and projects.  In December, each of our schools held instrumental and/or vocal concerts. All of the students and staff involved in these performances did an outstanding job! The concerts were a pleasure to watch and enjoyed by all in attendance.

In January, four of our elementary schools held LEAD graduations for fifth-grade students who completed this drug and alcohol awareness program. This course is a collaborative effort between the Evesham Township Police Department and the school district to provide an educational program for all fifth grade classrooms designed to prevent or reduce drug abuse and violence among children and youth. Officer Kinner, LEAD Officer, showcased the students’ hard work throughout the program at the graduation ceremonies. Congratulations to all of the fifth-graders on their accomplishments!

The beginning of February marked the half-way point of the school year. Teachers have been busy with various mid-year assessments that are used to document growth and inform instruction for our students. The actual 100th day also was celebrated and recognized in various primary grades across the district. I encourage you to visit our school websites for more information on the various school events.

I’ve also had the opportunity to continue visiting many of our classrooms across the district and enjoy spending time with our students and staff. One recent visit was to Mrs. Logan’s pre-school class at Rice. As part of a unit of study on robots, I got to read to the students a book on this topic and help with an activity where they built a class robot. It was an enjoyable morning and students did an excellent job!

 District Goals 2015-2017

 

To review the District Goals 2015-2017, please click on the following link:  District Goals 2015-2017.
 
Goals 2017 and 2016-2017 Budget Information 
 
To review the Goals 2017 action plans, please click on the following link: Action Plans.  To review the 2016-2017 budget information, please click on the following link: Budget Information. 
 
Evesham Education Foundation

 

The Evesham Education Foundation is an independent, non-political, non-profit organization established in 1995 to support excellence in education.  The 15 member board is made up of business leaders, concerned parents and educators.  All contribute their time and experience overseeing fundraising events and making sure that 100% of the money raised is used exclusively to fund programs that have proven value.  Over the years the Evesham Education Foundation has supported several school district initiatives including CAPPS (Coordinated Arts Program for Primary Students), Genesis Counseling Program, and Metamorphosis Program.  In addition, the foundation is now looking to expand their support in the area of technology, specifically for the purchase of devices to be used by the students in the classroom.  Tax deductible donations to the Evesham Education Foundation can be made by visiting their website:  www.EveshamEducationFoundation.org or checks can be sent to Evesham Education Foundation, 25 South Maple Avenue, Marlton, NJ 08053.  For further information, contact Karl Eckstrom at keckstrom@fultonbanknj.com, or call 856-988-2517.

 

Biography

 

John Scavelli, Jr. has been a critical part of the Evesham Township School District administration since 2007.  Mr. Scavelli served as the Assistant Superintendent for Business under Superintendent Patricia Lucas from 2007 - 2010.   On March 1, 2010 Mr. Scavelli became the Evesham Township Superintendent when Mrs. Lucas retired.

Mr. Scavelli has a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a master's degree in School Business Administration from Glassboro State College, now known as Rowan University. He holds a teaching certificate in Mathematics, as well as certifications for School Business Administrator and School Administrator.

Mr. Scavelli began his career in education in 1988 at Pitman High School teaching Mathematics.  His administrative career began in 1991 when he became the first School Business Administrator for what was then the newly formed Special Services School District in Salem County.  Prior to his arrival in Evesham, Mr. Scavelli worked in the Franklin Township School District for almost 12 years, the last three as superintendent.


Invitation To Be a Partner

 

The successes of the Evesham Township School District would not be possible without the partnership of our fantastic parents and community members. We invite you to attend our many school functions, become a part of our PTA/PTO organization, volunteer in the schools, join our e-news subscribers and view our updated website. We look forward to working closely with you and having you as an integral part of our school system.


Last Modified on March 1, 2017
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