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Morning Announcements


  • MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS
    Thursday, May 23, 2019

    “Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.”

    -Marcel Proust

    • Please support the arts at Cumberland Regional and come out to see the senior class of Drama Academy 4 perform the play GOOD KIDS tonight at 6pm in the Black Box Theatre.  Enter through the doors next to the PAC.  Admission is pay-what-you-can with a suggested donation of $5.  Please be aware that the play tackles serious issues as it is based on the real story of a 16-year-old girl in Steubenville, Ohio who was sexually assaulted at a party in 2012.  Yes, the content is uncomfortable and shocking.  But as one previous director said, "This play is hard.  This play is timely.  This play is necessary."  Please consider joining us tonight.  

    • Isabella Nash was honored as Cumberland Regional's NJSIAA Scholar Athlete recipient this past Sunday. Be sure to congratulate Isabella when you see her!

    • Congratulations to the newly elected class of 2021 officers!
      President - Mackenzie Criss
      Vice President - Hazel Gilligan
      Secretary - Bryson Grant
      Treasurer - Sarah Smith
      Executives:
      Aashee Patel
      Timothy Kline
      Amelia Laubsch

    • Congratulations to the entire cast of The Merry Wives of Windsor, Bachelor and Bachelorette Edition, who competed at the 13th annual Shakesperience competition at Rider University on Tuesday.  The entire cast was commended for their inventive insight on Shakespeare's text and their cleverly executed performance.  Commendable characterizations went to Anthony Bello, Hanna Sharkey, Beslin Hicks, Jaden Johnson, Jay Richmond, Malina Chappius, Chris Cline, Elesia Melendez, Ryan Nichols, and Abigail Elwell.  Great job showing committment to Shakespeare's text! 
    •  Bring in any pop tabs you may have saved at home and drop them in a jug or send them to Mrs. Harrison's room J102. Pop tab proceeds go toward the Ronald McDonald House.

    • There will be a Pep Band meeting on May 28th during SERA.  This meeting will be informational in addition to determining what music will be played in the Fall.

    • After 62 years, the Vineland Singing Ambassadors will hold their final concert on Saturday, June 1, at Vineland High School South Auditorium. There will be one performance at 3:00 PM. Admission is free!

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    2019 Orange vs. Brown Spirit Week