Welcome to the Evesham Township School District's Website!
Our goal is to provide you with an overview of our district's programming, keep you updated on various events/activities occuring within the district, and direct you to key personnel who will be happy to further assist you should questions still remain. Click here to read a complete summary report about our school district or here for an at-a-glance view.
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District Mission Statement
The mission of the Evesham Township School District is to promote excellence in an environment that engages students in meaningful learning experiences. In partnership with students, dedicated staff, families, and community, the district provides a strong educational foundation that will empower our students to:
• Achieve their unique potential
• Embrace self-directed, life-long learning
• Develop the skills necessary for appropriate risk-taking and responsible decision-making
• Respect themselves and others
• Problem-solve individually and collaboratively
• Become contributing members of a diverse, global society
| || |In keeping with our mission statement, the Evesham Township School District continues to promote and maintain a positive school climate and culture at each of our schools that encourages civility, respect and caring. Click here to read our District Policy on Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying.
Evesham Township School District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Meland Administration Building 25 South Maple Avenue, Marlton, NJ 08053
In the spring of 2013 (year two implementation of the Anti-bullying Bill of Rights Act), each school was required by the state to complete a Self-Assessment in order to assist the state in determining school and district compliance. Click here to review a PowerPoint presentation that was provided to the board outlining the process and summary results. The state released an official report containing this data that was used to assign school and district grades. The school grade is a raw score of data and the sum of the ratings for all indicators within each core element on the Self-Assessment. The maximum total score for a school is 75 points. The district’s grade is an average of the total scores of all schools in the district. Click here to view the state report. In order to foster safe and positive learning conditions for students, this data, along with feedback from School and District Safety Teams, is used as part of an integrated process for reinforcing and strengthening our school and district climate and culture.
| || ||Responsive Classroom |
At the elementary level, all schools integrate the Responsive Classroom Approach (RCA). This includes the CARES program, which coincides with our anti-bullying initiative. Click here for more information.
Burlington County School Crisis Response Team
The Evesham Township School District is a participating district in the Burlington County School Crisis Response Team. Team members from districts across the county represent various disciplines, including school administrators, guidance counselors, school psychologists, social workers, teachers, school nurses, security experts, media relations professionals and other related areas. All members of the team are volunteers who have specialized training in school crisis response and are available to support districts in time of need. Click on the link above to view their website and for recommended resources.
Substance Abuse Prevention Campaign
The mission of Defy the Issue as a community coalition involving Evesham, Medford, Medford Lakes, Mount Laurel,
Shamong, Southampton, Tabernacle, and Woodland
is to educate residents and families of all ages about the dangers of illegal
drug and alcohol use and to provide support for young people by empowering them to DEFY the pressures of Drug and Alcohol use.
This will be accomplished through:
• A marketing campaign demonstrating solidarity for Defy the Issue
• Education, outreach, and support for families
• Community awareness soliciting sponsorship and support for Defy the Issue from all stakeholders
Black Run Preserve
The Evesham Township School District is a member of the Black Run Preserve Team. This team represents a unique partnership between the Pinelands Preservation Alliance and our local schools, township government, and community residents. The Black Run Preserve is a natural resource that is found within the boundaries of our town. The Black Run Preserve Program is designed to help educators use the preserve as an outdoor classroom and to promote service opportunities that foster stewardship and active citizenship. Click here to view the presentation about the Black Run Preserve. For more information about the Pinelands Preservation Alliance go to the following website: www.pinelandsallinace.org.