December 2022

Can you believe today is our final day of school in 2022???? We can't!!!!

Wishing all of our family and friends a wonderful and relaxing winter break

and a very happy, healthy New Year!!!

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Last month we shared many of the efforts our district took to support our community. I need to highlight one more: thank you School 5!

School Five's National Elementary Honor Society was able to fill 25 boxes of canned goods to the South Jersey local food bank. They donated the goods to families throughout this holiday season. We are so proud of the of generosity School Five and the hard work of the NEHS students to make this all possible!

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This year our entire District partnered with Lindenwold Community's Project Elf. As a result, we were able to support MORE families than ever before. This year Project Elf supported 190 children.

Between Project Elf and other school sponsored efforts at PK, School 4, School 5, and Shop with a Cop, the Lindenwold School District was able to support 333 children this year during the holiday season! Our partnership with Project Elf allowed us to support 147 more children in our community this year!

On behalf of the Lindenwold School District, I would like to thank: Ms. Amber Callow, Lindenwold's Community & Inclusion Coordinator, the Lindenwold Public Schools Staff, our Lindenwold Borough Employees, the Lindenwold Police Department, Our Emergency Dispatchers, Friends of Lindenwold Library, the LHS Senior Class, Bethany Baptist Church, Ms. Brenda Roach, and the Moncreif family.

After our many weeks long DISTRICT World Cup Competition, the winners are:

1st Place:

1st Grade- Team Mexico- 3600 points!

2nd Place:

Team Portugal- 6th Grade- 3350 points

Third Place:

Team USA- Kindergarten- 1650 points


The LHS Unified Project for December brought tons of laughter and fun! Students worked together to create their own festive ugly sweaters!!!!!
Our Junior and Senior LHS Teen PEP Peer Mentors spent several days teaching our Freshman about healthy relationships. Students teaching students!

Teen Pep = Teen Prevention Education Program

Congratulations to the National Junior Honor Society Officers at the Lindenwold Middle School. The "Light of Knowledge" was passed on to our new President, Lola Garcia, our new Vice President, Larissa Rocha, and our new Secretary, Glenda Ford. The students in NJHS exhibit leadership, scholarship, collaboration, and service. We are so proud of our outstanding Lions!
Lindenwold's 2nd Annual Shop with a Cop was a HUGE success. It was great to partner with several other communities, too. Students enjoyed a hearty breatkfast so they had fuel to shop, shop, shop! Santa Claus definitely had his hands full with so many beautiful, amazing children!
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This month we spread some December Spirit as we counted down to the New Year! There were different themes on different days throughout the month. Students and staff seemed to have a good time having a little fun.

Ugly Sweater Monday

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Toasty Tuesday

The School 5 Snow Globe! Let it Snow!

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Grinchy Green:

Merry & "BRIGHT":

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Tropical Vacation:

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Creative Hair

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Festive Spirit

GOES TO.........

Mrs. Davis, Mrs .Vitalone, and Mrs. Burkhardt: School 5's AWESOMELY SPIRITED Cafeteria Aides

These students were celebrated for the number of hours they read over October & November. (In Kindergarten, they were celebrated for the number of books). In order to qualify to shop at the School 4 store, students had to read a minimum of 17 hours or 50 books in Kindergarten.

These students are RAISING THE ROOF for sure!


A shopping trip is DEFINITELY in order!



Our Lindenwold High School Band, Choir, Theater, and Cheerleaders were sure to join in the parade! We loved seeing you out in our community, marching along! Thank you Mrs. Pollock, Mr. Cope, and Mr. Flood-Orion.

We hope to see everyone out for The Wedding Singer in the spring!

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Congratulations to our November & December Pawsitively PURRFECT students!

Students are nominated based on some or all of the following characteristics: Citizenship, Compassion, Cooperation, Courage, Effort, Fairness, Flexibility, Honesty, Perseverance, Respect, Responsibility, and/or Significant Behavior Improvement.



We kicked off our 1st basketball home opener for the Girl's Team. We are looking forward to a great season!!!

A little something sweet to say THANK YOU for all you do!

(A special shout out to Paula and Jen from Nutriserve (and the Nutriserve Staff)

for helping Central Office out whenever we need you!)

Even our book fair at LMS brought some spirit!

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You can find all previous editions of the Lion's Roar on the Staff Resources page.


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