InTheLoop - May 31 to June 3

BCS Lumberton's Weekly News - Editor, D. O'Brien

Main office

  • J. Kamau, Principal
  • M. Castellane, Supervisor of Education
  • R. McGill, Secretary

Our Mission:

"We provide students with the abilities and skills to cultivate independence, build character and empower them to reach their highest potential.”

We are a team of highly supportive and trained professionals defeating daily challenges like superheroes!

Prom 2016 at The Mansion, Voorhees, NJ

Prom Lumberton 2016
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A night to remember-Prom 2016 (Created with @Magisto)

May 31 to June 3

1. Prom 2016 was a huge success. Check out our videos!

2. The Senior Trip to Great Adventure is June 7. Seniors: Bring your permissions slips back ASAP!

3. Teachers and students: if you would like to be in our "Lip Sync" talent show, see Ms. Brown or Ms. Ida to sign up by Monday, June 6th!

4. The ABC program has concluded for 2015-2016. Thank you for your support.

5. This is the last week Smitty's will be open. Please see below for menu changes.

6. Sign in and out daily. Swipe in and out daily.


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Culinary Arts


finish this week

Soup – stuffed pepper

Chicken Caesar salad

Friday – pizza by the slice

We will have brownies for the ABC program points.


Tomato blossom stuffed with chicken salad of greens

Tuesday – parmesan crusted fish with rice and broccoli

Pork shop or roasted pork shoulder over stuffing, fresh broccoli

Limited amounts of each

Closed for the year after that


Shannon Clark: June 1

Mimi Guzman: June 6

Theresa Turkot: June 29


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Jermaine Kamau - School Principal

For over a decade I have served as a school administrator in Trenton, Newark and now in Southern New Jersey. My personal passion for education began with me mentoring students while in college and currently has me serving as a high school principal of an alternative school for academically and emotionally challenged students. It is a fact that without a proper and effective education one's life has serious limitations. That's why it is critical that I create space for opportunities and make room for changes when needed. Many of my students have been put out of their district school for a number of reasons, my job is to remind them of their worth and challenge them to be their best each day.