At its reception held on April 10, 2014, NJ Blood Services revealed that North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools finished first and third, respectively, in most units of blood donated at high school drives in 2013. North Hunterdon’s blood drives collected 1,235 units of blood, finishing first out of almost 500 high schools in the NJ Blood Services’ service area. Voorhees’ blood drives collected 586, finishing third. Congratulations to (more…)
Dear Parents/Guardians and Community Members:
Because we are a 9-12 grade regional high school district covering 180 square miles, many times parents who have elementary school aged children may not be paying close attention to what is happening at the high school district. Moreover, we have families that move into one of our twelve communities because of the quality of our schools, but they may not be fully informed as to the history of events at a school district.
Case in point – recently the question has been raised as to why North Hunterdon High School has a turf field and Voorhees High School does not. There is a tremendous amount of misinformation and rumors about the turf project at North Hunterdon High School, so let me clarify. The artificial turf on the football field at North Hunterdon High School was donated to the high school and paid for 100% by the North Hunterdon Community Turf Committee, (more…)