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JUNE 27-JULY 3, 2012

Graduate never missed a day

By KATHLEEN DUFFY

The Tabernacle Sun

Michelle Graf certainly would not have missed the opportunity to walk on her graduation day re- cently at Seneca High School. The Shamong resident, after all, had yet to miss a day of school since pre-kindergarten. “I just never really was sick enough to stay out of school. By the time I was halfway through middle school I took it as a chal- lenge and wanted to keep going through high school,” explained Michelle. There were certainly times, however, when she did want to stay home from school. In particular, the entire ex- panse of senior year. “I just wanted to stay home,” she admitted. “I’m excited to get out of (high) school.” Soon, she will be heading up to Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, where, if she feels under the weather, she plans to miss class. “Once I’m sick in college, I’m staying in bed,” she said. Clerical errors through the years threatened to steal away her attendance crown. “I knew I was there every day but I’d like to have it official,” she said, for the bragging rights. In grade school, she was marked absent one day in April. Her mother, Sue, told her to locate proof that she was actually there that day. Luckily, Michelle was able to find a test she had taken. During her eighth-grade year at Indian Mills Memorial School, she was a chaperone for the sixth- grade trip to Camp Ockanickon in Medford. She, again, was marked absent.

Camp Ockanickon in Medford. She, again, was marked absent. KATHLEEN DUFFY/The Tabernacle Sun Michelle Graf shows

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Michelle Graf shows off her plethora of perfect attendance certificates accrued over the years. She now has the bragging rights of being able to say that she attended school every single day. BELOW: Graf and her mom, Sue, embrace. Sue is proud of her for achieving perfect attendance all through school.

“I had to get that straightened out,” said Sue. As a freshman at Seneca High School, she had a doctor’s ap- pointment. Sue signed her out two minutes prior to the end of the day and Michelle was subse- quently deemed absent for the en- tire day. “I was furious,” said Sue. “Don’t anger the momma bear.” That situation was fixed as well, with Michelle receiving her perfect attendance certificate for ninth-grade in her senior year. School officials were able to confirm that she did indeed never

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confirm that she did indeed never please see SENECA, page 5 FREE Grade transfers draw criticism

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By KATHLEEN DUFFY

The Tabernacle Sun

The Tabernacle Board of Education voted unanimously to transfer 11 district teachers to different grades at a Mon- day, June 18 meeting, raising objections from some who at- tended the meeting. Parents, both former and current staffers and members of the Tabernacle Education Association (TEA) were pres- ent to protest the transfers and to ask the school board to table the decision. Beth Manning, representing the TEA, said the transfers didn’t offer any benefits to the students. “Is this what’s in the best in- terest of our students?” she asked. Parent Donna Burmylo-Ma- grann said the numbers at hand do not justify the trans- fers. One of the teachers whose transfer was approved – Mari- anne Cancellieri – has taught first-grade for 30 years, she said. “Why are we trying to fix something that’s not broken?” Burmylo-Magrann asked. Retired teacher and area resident Vicki Shoemaker called the transfer “punitive, discriminative and self-serv-

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discriminative and self-serv- please see BOARD, page 4 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Tee time! Seneca Booster Club’s

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2 THE TABERNACLE SUN — JUNE 27-JULY 3, 2012 on campus Local students have made the

on campus

Local students have made the dean’s list at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) for the spring se- mester:

Nicholas Rubino, a sopho- more finance major Kyle Ciavaglia, a senior Span- ish secondary education major Lauren Wescott, a junior early childhood major Matthew Horner, a senior civil engineer major Steven Stockhamer, a senior computer engineering major Chad Simpkins, a senior chemistry (ACS - Research) major

Shaun Flynn has been named to both the Division II Baseball All-GSAC Team and First Team All-Region for Division II Base- ball at Burlington County Col- lege. He was also a Division II Top Ten All-American nominee. He is ranked number one in the nation for individual hitting with a .504 batting average.

Sarah Jochem has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at James Madi- son University.

Widener Law recently held commencement exercises for its 38th graduating class on its cam- pus in Wilmington, Del. The cere- mony was held on Saturday, May 19. The graduates included Rachel Conte who received a JD.

Katherine Reinhardt gradu- ated from Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., and earned a bache- lor of science in civil engineer- ing.

Alexandra M. Bittle graduat- ed magna cum laude from Stock- ton State College in May. She was accepted into the University of Pennsylvania’s Executive Mas- ter’s Program in psychology to complete her graduate studies.

Story Hour Camp is July 9 to 12

Story Hour Summer Camp runs July 9 to 12, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for infants to 5 year olds and their moms, and for children kindergarten (completed) through sixth-grade. It is a time of stories, crafts, activities, games

and songs. This is a free program. For information or to register, please contact us via email, t.coc@comcast.net, by phone (609) 268-0576 or by mail, Tabernacle Church of Christ, 160 Carranza Road, Tabernacle.

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Seneca Booster Club hosting golf tournament

The Seneca Booster Club in conjunction with Seneca Football will be holding its eighth annual Golf Tournament on Monday, July 16 at Little Mill Country Club in Marlton. Registration and lunch kicks off the festivities at 11:30 a.m. The golfing starts at 1 p.m. with a four-person scramble, shotgun start. Prizes will be given to the first-, second- and third- place teams, longest drive, and closest to the pin. You may even win a car from Lucas Chevrolet for a hole in one! Dinner, awards and auctions will complete the tournament. For those who do not wish to golf, dinner may be purchased separately. Signup op- tions include a foursome paid in advance – $480 or foursome at the door – $520, individual golfer –

$130, or dinner only – $40. Sponsorship opportunities are also still available. Questions? Contact Julie Vorwerk, president at awwvorwerk@aol.com. Please make checks out to Seneca Booster Club, 110 Carran- za Road, Tabernacle. The proceeds of this event con- tribute to capital improvements for the athletic facilities at Seneca High School that benefit both the athletes and the community as a whole. Come join us for a round of golf on a beautiful 27-hole champi- onship private golf course and dine with us afterward in their luxurious clubhouse. This event is guaranteed to be an enjoyable time for all.

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Board transfers teachers amid outcry from residents

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ing.” It was repeatedly mentioned in comments from the public that all of the teachers being transferred were older than 50, which led to questions from the crowd on the specific reasons for the moves. One of the teachers, Patty Knott, has taught third-grade at Tabernacle Elementary School for decades. She is being transferred to fifth-grade at Olson Middle School. Knott has planned retire- ment for after the 2012-13 school year and her request to stay in her grade level of expertise was denied. She expressed “disappoint-

ment in the board,” over its deci- sion. Tabernacle Superintendent of Schools George Rafferty said he would not discuss individual per- sonnel decisions in public. He didn’t offer any reasons why the transfers were happen- ing – but did say he disagreed with allegations of age discrimi- nation. “That’s your perception. I dis- agree with you,” he said. Collective decisions are made to meet obligations for the - coming school year, he said, and he stands by those decisions. Rafferty said he does not need TEA’s “stamp of approval” to make changes. A parent who identified herself as Krista said she was disheart- ened and disgusted by the body language of the board.

ened and disgusted by the body language of the board. “We’re not heard. You’re not listening

“We’re not heard. You’re not listening to us. You’ve already made up your minds,” she said. “The morale is in the toilet.” After an executive session, and before the board voted, board member John Bulina asked about the educational impact of the transfers. Rafferty said the district is making curriculum changes and the approvals will strengthen and help to meet the needs of grades K-8 in the coming school year.

Other business

Moving forward with the solar project led by board member Michael Lee, a resolution was ap- proved to bring auditors from the Greenback-To-Go Green Program through the Burlington County Bridge Commission into the buildings.

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LIST OF TRANSFERS

The Tabernacle Board of Education approved the follow-

ing teacher transfers:

– Marianne Cancellieri from first- grade to third-grade

– Linda Carr from fourth-grade to fifth-grade

– Lisa Gargiulo from sixth-grade to seventh-grade in-class resource

– Maria Grayauskie from industri- al technology to seventh-grade science

– Louise Harris from third-grade

to fourth-grade

– Patricia Knott from third-grade

to fifth-grade

– Sean McAneny from seventh-

grade to eighth-grade in-class

resource

– Denise Madden from kinder-

garten to in-class resource to Elementary MD Program

– Alyssa Prima from first-grade

inclusion to preschool disabled program

– Rose Wagner from preschool

disabled program to kinder- garten in-class resource

– Megan Walser from elementary

MD program to first-grade in-

class resource

During his superintendent’s re- port, Rafferty explained three dis- trict initiatives. Effective in September 2013, there will be a new teacher-evalu- ation system known as the Danielson Model. The program will be tested in the 2012-13 school year. The program is being pur- chased through a three-district consortium with Southampton and Mansfield townships. Technology is changing in the district, Rafferty reported. Next month, there will be an on-site audit to see how to pro-

ceed with district goals of fiscal responsibility and usable-technol- ogy resources. “We’re at a crossroads in tech- nology in Tabernacle,” he said. The literacy initiative for the next school year is known as the “investment model,” which focus- es on intensive professional devel- opment of staff. Training began this spring, he said, and the model would bring out the best in students. There is more than 50 years of research to show that it is a good, consistent model over grade lev- els, he said.

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Seneca grad has perfect attendance since her days as a pre-K student

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miss a day, and they vividly re- membered her goal. Michelle first attended Joyful Noise pre-school in Marlton and followed it up with Beeler Ele- mentary School in Marlton. In 2003, her family moved to Sha- mong. She picked up her school- ing at Indian Mills Elementary School, moved up to Indian Mills Memorial School and graduated from Seneca High School on Wednesday, June 13. When she gets into a routine and sets a goal, there is no talking her out of it, explained Sue. So, where did her drive origi- nate? “Certainly not me!” Sue laughed. Michelle’s grandmother on her father’s side had perfect atten- dance from first-grade through the end of high school, she said. “I guess she takes after her grandmother,” said Sue, “which is actually a great compliment.” In school, Michelle was active in several activities. “I was involved in the march-

ing band. I was in the color guard and the rifle line,” she said. She was also the writing editor for Seneca’s literary magazine, “Insight,” which compiled stu- dents’ art, poems and short sto- ries. Amy Rominiecki, Seneca’s li- brary media specialist, worked with Michelle on a daily basis at “Insight.” “She is extremely witty, very organized, and always willing to help. I also know I can count on her to get things done!” said Ro- miniecki. “Besides putting the magazine together, Michelle has also had many works accepted into the magazine for publication. Her thoughtful and well-written poetry is an inspiration to our student body.” Last year, she chose Michelle to receive a People’s Choice award. “For this award, each staff member at Seneca selects one stu- dent per year who made a lasting impression on us,” Rominiecki explained. “This student is hon- ored at a ceremony and receives a medal to wear at graduation. I se- lected Michelle because she made an impact on me with her polite manners, strong determination, her willingness to help others,

her dedication, and, most impor- tantly, that she made me smile every day.” In college, Michelle plans to major in English Literature to be- come a high school English teacher. Eventually, her career goal is to become a guidance counselor after seeing how much her high school counselor, Dave Lafferty, was able to positively impact her life. Now that she’s completed her goal of perfect attendance, Michelle can focus on her next mission: staying together with her boyfriend of nearly two years. “She’s wonderful,” said her boyfriend John Panico. “We’ve gone on a couple outings, adven- tures, whatever, typical couple, and we survived my first year in college, and that’s just another goal that she set and I went with it.” When Sue exclaimed that she was worried that her daughter would be a “nerd,” Michelle re- butted, “We are nerds.” As she enters the next chapter, Sue radiates motherly pride. “I’m just so proud of her,” she said. “She’s just a great kid.”

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State’s uptick in unemployment

Number rises despite creation of 17,500 new jobs; more must be done

T he good news: New Jersey ac-

counted for 25 percent of all

new jobs created in the United

States in the month of May: 17,500 new jobs were created. The bad news: the state’s unemploy- ment rate rose from 9.1 to 9.2 percent. And let’s be mindful: the 9.2 percent figure really isn’t an accurate unem- ployment percentage at all. There are countless people whose unemployment benefits have run out, and whose cases no longer count in de- partment of labor statistics. And there are others who may have lost a job, who were ineligible for un- employment benefits, and, again, whose cases are not factored into the state unemployment rate. And so as encouraging as it is to

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hear our state created the most new jobs in the country, the overall known unemployment numbers are still ex- tremely alarming. Gov. Christie says the new jobs re- port means consumers are becoming “more confident.” The overall figures paint a complete- ly different picture. We’re many years into this econom- ic mess. And we’re still struggling as a state, despite the so-called “comeback.” While the governor’s 10 percent

across-the-board income-tax cut would certainly help some, it certainly won’t help the middle class all that much. A person making an annual salary of $35,000 would see a whopping $1 a week increase in take-home pay. This is hardly enough to spark con- sumer confidence. Much more still needs to be done – at the federal and state levels – to inspire confidence. Realistically, the unem- ployment percentage needs to drop to close to 8 percent before there’s any reason for anyone to celebrate. And even then, the numbers will still be too high. We look forward to the day we can agree consumer confidence is back. We’re just not sure that time is here yet.

Dedication led to new emergency-services building

Editor’s note: Mayor Richard Franzen gave the following remarks at the new Emer- gency Services Building dedication ceremo- ny on Saturday, June 16 in Tabernacle. Good Morning, everyone, and welcome. Fellow elected officials, Chief Jackson, Col. Lowe, Chief Smith, all our dedicated EMTs, firefighters, citizen volunteers, spe- cial guests, friends and neighbors:

Thank you. Thank you one and all for sharing in today’s festivities and ceremony. Thank you one and all for your dedica- tion to this community, and to the public interest and the safety and well being of each of us. Let it be said loud and clear: Tabernacle takes care of its own. And this building will stand as a tall and proud monument to that declaration. All across Burlington County – and I dare say the state and nation – the struggle to maintain volunteer services is much in evidence. But here in Tabernacle, our first responders are still, first and all, our neigh- bors. This is community service of the high- est order. And I would ask you to join me in paying recognition to these dedicated in- dividuals, and applauding them, at this time. You know, Tabernacle is really a remark-

able community. We have an inter- esting cross-sec- tion of old-timers and newcomers. Some wear that Piney label proud- ly. Others really can’t, but want to. But there is a marvelous meld at work. We like one another. We work together. We coach sports together, we participate in local

organizations to- gether, and, of course, we care about one another. This Emergency Services Building is a testament to that local melting pot. Township committee always knew this facility was much in need. But when a group of citizens questioned that need, and put forth a petition challenging that need, it was left to our residents, our voters to de- cide. My friends, no one – and I mean no one – expected the good people of Tabernacle to approve a referendum to invest serious capital dollars in a new building – not dur- ing a recession.

dollars in a new building – not dur- ing a recession. Richard Franzen MAYOR’S MESSAGE But

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But they did approve the referendum, and the project moved forward. I will tell you – there was a serious infor- mational campaign to garner support for the referendum. Individuals outside the inner circle rallied to make sure that cam- paign was effective. Squad members put up their own personal dollars, energy and enthusiasm to make sure residents under- stood this genuine need. There was even an ad hoc, unaffiliated group of worried citizens who went “over the top” to promote passage of the referen- dum. Setting signs throughout the town- ship, they urged residents to tour the exist- ing building and understand why a change was needed. Fifteen people accepted that challenge and came away committed to promoting that change. I’m not only proud of those who poured their hearts and souls into making this building a reality – I’m proud of our resi- dents who understood why it is so impor- tant to us all. The very existence of this building means home insurance savings for most of our residents. But you really can’t put a dollar value on this project. At the end of the day, we now have a place where all our emergency squad vehi- cles actually fit. Our emergency-manage- please see MAYOR, page 7

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Memorial service is July 14

Memorial service is July 14 Special to The Sun The Capt. Emilio Carranza Rodriguez Memorial Service

Special to The Sun

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Seneca Youth sixth-grade girls’ lacrosse team took second place in the South Jersey Lacrosse Tour- nament on June 1 at Cherokee High School. The team is coached by Marni Mitchell, along with assis- tant coaches Craig Tocci, Carol Birnbohm and Ellen Regn. The girls compiled an 11-2 record over the season. They lost a very close championship camp to the Marlton Chiefs. Pictured are, top row from left, Caitlyin BIrnbohm-Kaminski, Syndey Warner, Allie Lennox, Sami Derkas, Carley Toole, Abby Regn, Mackenzie DiBella, Maddy Groody and Kasey Mitchell. Bottom row from left, Lissie Munsung, Caitlin Simmons, Emma King, Rachel Tocci, Jenna Birnbohm-Kaminski, Sheridan and Abby Detweil- er.

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