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JAN. 612, 2016

Haddonfield defeats Hightstown, 63-21

Borough officials talk


library renovations
roads program,
Bancroft site, more
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
A lot has happened in Haddonfield over the last year. A potential
purchase of the Bancroft property has been revealed, much-needed construction was done to
Grove Street, and the library
started renovations, to name a
few. Going forward into 2016,
some of these items will come to
an end.
The one thing still up in the air
is the fate of the Bancroft property. Last year, Recovery Centers of
America, owned by CEO and developer J. Brian ONeill, announced it was interested in purchasing the site of the Bancroft
School to put in a behavioral
health facility, providing drug
and alcohol treatment services. It
please see CAPITAL, page 12

BRIGIT BAUMA/The Sun

Junior Maura Enright prepares to pass the ball to her teammate, sophomore Mary Kelly, in the Haddonfield vs. Hightstown girls varsity
basketball game on Tuesday, Dec. 29. The Dawgs defeated the Rams, 63-21. For more photos, please see page 10.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


School prep
Haddonfield Public Schools
look toward 2016. PAGE 6

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1517
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Obituary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

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Bancroft employees arrested


for alleged assault of two students
The following report was provided by the Camden County
Prosecutors Office:
Camden County Prosecutor
Mary Eva Colalillo reported two
Bancroft employees have been arrested
for
assaulting
two
teenagers with special needs at
the school in Haddonfield.
Two 28-year-old females, one of
Burlington City and the other of
Clementon, are both charged
with two counts of aggravated assault and one count each of endangering the welfare of a child,
unlawful possession of a weapon
and possession of a weapon for
an unlawful purpose. The woman
from Clementon is also charged

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with two counts of kidnapping as


well as an additional count of endangering the welfare of a child.
The incidents occurred in the
early morning hours of Dec. 8 at
the Bancroft Haddonfield Campus. A Bancroft nurse discovered
the injuries to one of the victims
and immediately notified authorities.
Surveillance video discovered
by investigators shows a 14-yearold boy with special needs being
hit with a belt by the women. The
footage shows the woman from
Clementon forcing and restraining the boy under a desk for an
extended period of time. The
video later shows the woman
from Clementon forcing and restraining a different student, a 19year-old male with special needs,
under a desk for an extended period of time.
Both were taken into custody

recently. Both are being held at


the Camden County Jail. Bail
was set at $325,000 for the woman
from Burlington City and $350,000
of the woman from Clementon.
The Camden County Prosecutors Office Special Victims Unit
is continuing an investigation to
determine whether additional
crimes have occurred or other
children were victimized. Bancroft has been fully cooperative
during this ongoing investigation.
Anyone with information
about this case is urged to contact
Camden County Prosecutors Office Det. Laura Sarnese at (856)
225-8522. Information may also be
emailed to ccpotips@ccprosecutor.org.
All persons charged with criminal offenses are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court
of law.

JAN. 612, 2016 THE HADDONFIELD SUN 3

obituary
Frank J. Sannini, Jr.
Dec. 23, 2015

friends on Monday, Dec. 28 at


Christ the King RC Church in
Haddonfield, where his Mass of
Christian Burial followed. Entombment was at Calvary Cemetery in Cherry Hill.
In lieu of flowers, the family
suggests memorial contributions
in Mr. Sanninis name be made to
the Alzheimer's Association SJ
Chapter, 3 Eves Drive, Suite 310,
Marlton, NJ 08053. Arrangements
were by Kain-Murphy Funeral
Services of Haddonfield.

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Philadelphia and Haddonfield,
passed away on Dec. 23 at the age
of 87. He was the husband of the
late Irene Ann (nee Coppola);
beloved father of Eileen (James)
Barkhymer of Haddon Township
and Erma (Charles) Resenly of
Haddonfield; and loving grandfather of Irene Ann Resenly.
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Haddonfield Lions Club hosts event featuring State of the Borough Address

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Jan. 16 at the First Presbyterian
Church, 20 Kings Highway East
in Haddonfield.
The event will begin at 9 a.m.
Tickets are $7 each and will be
available at the door.
Mayor Jeff Kasko will deliver
the annual State of the Borough
Address and also present the Citizen of the Year award, which rec-

ognizes an outstanding member


of the Haddonfield community.
To see a list of previous Citizen
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Club web site www.haddonfieldlions.org/Pages/COTY.aspx
At the Mayor's Breakfast, the
Lions will be collecting eyeglasses, hearing aids and cell phones
for recycling.
This year, the Club will also
collect non-perishable food items

for the Food Pantry at the John D.


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Absecon.
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a happy time and a quizzical time all at
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Haddonfield Public Schools plan for 2016


A bond referendum, shorter PARCC testing, more are planned in the new year
By BRIGIT BAUMA
The Sun
The Haddonfield public school district is
just about halfway through the school year.
Looking forward, that means there is still a
lot to happen.
One of the biggest things coming up for
HPS is a $40.9 million bond referendum.
The submission of documentation for the
referendum was approved in November.
The criteria for the scope of the referendum was for non-functional and/or deteriorating conditions requiring immediate attention, deteriorating components in danger of requiring upgrades that cannot be
addressed within the constraints of the operating budget, security and safety considerations, and select program needs at
HMHS based on enrollment demands.
We defined immediate to be either right
now or in the next several years, certainly
the next five years, Board of Education
President Glenn Moramarco said in a previous meeting.

The referendum was split between one


large question and a second question split
into three parts.
Residents can vote on the referendum
during a special election on Tuesday,
March 8.
Before the vote, further details of the referendum would be refined in coming BOE
meetings. Also, the BOE Communications
Committee is creating a website, planning
elementary school tours and brainstorming other ways to get information to the
public about the bonds. According to board
member Maureen Eyles at the December
meeting, the website should be live by Jan.
15.
Also big news coming up for HPS is the
Partnership for Assessment of Readiness
for College and Careers exams. First-year
individual PARCC scores were sent to parents over winter break.
The district plans to use this first-year
data to identify strengths and gaps that
exist in curriculum and instruction, inform the conversations of educators when

discussing student progress and discuss


where additional professional resources
are needed to meet learning needs.
PARCC test changes for this academic
year include one testing window, 90 minutes overall reductions to tests and fewer
test units. The PARCC assessment previously was over two testing windows in
March and April. Test units were also reduced to three English/language arts units
and three or four math units.
Each school has quite a few exciting
events and initiatives coming up in the new
year.

Elementary schools
In an effort to promote literacy across
the districts elementary schools, Tatem,
Central and Elizabeth Haddon elementary
schools are exploring the possibility of
doing a One Elementary School One Book
project, a school-based family literacy initiative, created by the Read to Them organiplease see MIDDLE, page 9

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JAN. 612, 2016 THE HADDONFIELD SUN 7

Library packs in events for January


The Haddonfield Public Library winter schedule is Monday
to Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to
5 p.m.

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Their Fight for Justice. The
snow date is Jan. 28 at 7 p.m.
Judge Johnson will autograph
and sell copies of the book after
the discussion. To register for
this free program co-sponsored
by the Haddonfield Friends of the
Library, call (856) 429-1304, ext.
114.
The library announced that
Zinio, a digital magazine subscription, is now available. All
you need is an updated library
card and a few easy steps to begin
borrowing! Stop by the library
for help or visit www.haddonfieldlibrary.org.
Programming for children is
being held at Borough Hall in the
auditorium during the daytime.
Visit the library or the librarys
website at www.haddonfieldlibrary.org for updates. The Library Board and borough commissioners want to keep the community updated throughout the

January programs
The Adult Book group will
meet on Jan. 25 at Borough Hall at
7 p.m. The featured selection is
All the Light We Cannot See by
Anthony Doerr. New members
are welcome. For more information, contact Kathleen Metrick at
(856) 429-1304, ext. 116 or email her
at
kmetrick@haddonfieldlibrary.org Light refreshments will
be served.
The Friends of the Library will
meet on Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. at Borough Hall. New members are always welcome.
Join the library for an evening
with Nelson Johnson on Jan. 14 at
7 p.m. at Borough Hall for a book
discussion on Battleground New

renovation project. The existing


library is anticipated to be closed
until late spring.
Residents of Haddonfield may
obtain temporary library cards at
the Camden County Library system, Cherry Hill Public Library
and the Haddon Heights Public
Library. These library cards will
be in effect during the time of the
renovation. Haddonfield residents should take photo-identification to these libraries to obtain
temporary library cards.

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Toddler Time: Ages 2 to 3. 10:30


a.m. at Borough Hall. Hosted by
the Haddonfield Public Library.
Read to a Dog: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. at Borough Hall. Hosted by
the Haddonfield Public Library.
Haddonfield Lions Club meeting: 6
p.m. at Tavistock Country Club.
Call 429-3525 for information.
Grace Church Worship Service:
9:30 to 10 a.m. with healing service. 19 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield. Email office@gracehaddon.org for information.

FRIDAY JAN. 8
Friday Program: Mabel Kay House.
Noon to 2 p.m. Call 354-8789 for
more information.

Kiwanis Club of the Haddons


meeting: 12:15 p.m. at Tavistock
Country Club. Visit www.haddonskiwanis.com to join or for more
information.

SATURDAY JAN. 9
Grace Church Worship Service:
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 19 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield. Email
office@gracehaddon.org
for
information.

MONDAY JAN. 11
Preservation Haddonfield meeting:
7:30 p.m. at Mable Kay House,
Walnut St. Visit preservationhaddonfield.org for information.
Haddonfield Parks Conservancy
meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Borough
Hall. Email AndyHide2001@

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yahoo.com or call 429-6789 for


information.
Haddonfield Post No. 38 American
Legion meeting: 7:30 p.m. at the
post, 129 Veterans Lane, Haddonfield. Questions, visit www.h-as.org/al38/home.html or call 4295414.
Monday Morning Prayer: 8 a.m. at
Mount Olivet Baptist Church, 202
Douglass Ave., Haddonfield.

TUESDAY JAN. 12
Little Listeners: Ages 3 to 5. 10:30
a.m. at Borough Hall. Hosted by
the Haddonfield Public Library.
Haddonfield Garden Club meeting:
noon at the First Baptist Church
of Haddonfield, 124 Kings Highway East. Craig McGee, chairman
of the South Jersey Resource
Conservation and Development
Council, will discuss Native
Landscape, Green Infrastructure
and the SJRCD Team Habitat
Program. The program is free
and open to the public. For information, visit www. haddonfieldgardenclub.com.
Haddonfield Commissioners meeting: 7:30 p.m. at Borough Hall.
Haddon Fortnightly meeting: 7:30
p.m. at the Haddon Fortnightly
Clubhouse, corner of Kings Highway and Grove Street. Alexandria
Goldman, Tai Chi instructor, will
be the guest speaker. Anyone is
welcome. Refreshments will be
served following the meeting. For
more information, please call
Moni at (856) 428-1510.
Zumba Dance Fitness: 7 to 8 p.m.
at Grace Church, 19 Kings Highway. For more information, visit
www.haddonfieldarts.org.
Lite Aerobics: 1 p.m. at Mabel Kay
Hospitality House, Senior Citizen
Center. Call 354-8789 for more
information.

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Middle school branding mascot


MIDDLE
Continued from page 6
zation. Its mission is to create a
shared reading experience across
an entire school community and
to encourage families to read
quality childrens novels aloud,
together, at home. The project is
designed to unite an entire community of parents, teachers and
students by choosing a single
book to read over the course of
two months. Every family, faculty
and staff member at the districts
elementary schools is provided
with a new copy of the same childrens novel and reads the book
concurrently according to a predetermined schedule.
The district-wide immersion
into one book encourages discussion about the book, which can extend from the classroom to the
playground and cafeteria, involving every layer of the community.
By implementing a district-wide

shared reading experience, the


One Elementary School One Book
program has the potential to instill
a shared love of reading across the
community, officials said.
Elizabeth Haddon has applied
for funding of this program
through a grant from the Haddonfield Educational Trust.
Also, all three elementary
schools and Haddonfield Middle
School in January will be participating in Battle of the Books, a
reading motivation program. The
goals of the program are to encourage reading for pleasure, to
broaden reading interest and to
recognize students who enjoy
reading. Students form teams and
commit to reading a selection of
books over a period of time. Students discuss the books, quiz each
other on the contents and then
compete on teams to correctly answer questions based on the book.

Haddonfield Middle School


HMS is looking forward to
working with the Parent Teacher

Association to brand its own


Bulldawg mascot. Currently, the
middle school uses a few different
mascots: one for the agenda book,
one is on the website and a different one is on the mats in gym. According to Principal Dennis Morolda, it would be easier for students to connect and identify with
their school if there was one mascot.
The school plans to allow students to submit sketches for a
new Bulldawg mascot in the new
year. A small committee made up
of parents, teachers and students
will select a student-created mascot that will then be turned into a
digital version and used to represent the HMS community.

Haddonfield Memorial High School


A group of HMHS students
participated in a Model UN event
in December. During their experience at Rutgers Model UN, a committee on gender equality and
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High School girls varsity
basketball team took on
Hightstown on Tuesday, Dec.
29. The Dawgs defeated the
Rams, 63-21. Clockwise from
above: Haddonfield junior CC
Mooney reaches for the ball.
HMHS freshman Ashley
Campo stretches to shoot at
Haddonfields net. Junior
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net for the first of her two
foul shots. Bulldawg Mary
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a rebound.

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Students to represent HMHS at Princeton


English Speaking Union competition
STUDENTS
Continued from page 9
speakers from the nationwide
campaign "No More" spoke to the
students. "No More" is a social
media campaign to end domestic
violence and sexual assault,
which has gained support from a
variety of organizations, including the NFL.
According to Principal Charles
E. Klaus, as the students listened
to him speak, they realized this
would be a wonderful, effective
and unique campaign to bring to
HMHS. The 50/50 Club thinks
this campaign would have just as

much relevance to the Haddonfield campus as it would to many


college campuses.
The 50/50 Club plans to take
this No More project to HMHS
and will place billboards with
quotes that are used as excuses
for sexual assault and domestic
violence, such as "Not My Problem" or "It's Just A Women's
Issue." The billboards will feature
students pictures, which are
quite powerful, and they represent a pledge that one will no
longer be a bystander to these issues.
HMHS' Shakespeare Troupe
hosted its second annual schoolwide Shakespeare Competition
on Tuesday, Dec. 8. Participants

were required to memorize one of


Shakespeare's monologues and
perform the selection for a panel
of judges. Karleigh Lopez earned
first place with Julia's monologue
from
Two
Gentlemen
of
Verona, and second-place winner Taylor Bee recited a monologue from Othello as Desdemona. Lopez and Bee will represent HMHS at the Princeton English Speaking Union's regional
competition in February and will
be required to recite both a monologue and sonnet.
For more information on upcoming events at HPS or the individual schools, visit the HPS website
at
www.haddonfield.k12.nj.us.

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among residents, who are nervous for the safety of the children
walking to schools nearby the facility.
At a December special Planning Board meeting, where the
borough was asking for the reaffirmation of the Bancroft property as a redevelopment area, attorney Jack Plackter of the Atlantic
City-based Fox Rothschild, LLP,
speaking on behalf of RCA and
ONeills holding company, II Hopkins Lane, LLC, revealed a tentative agreement signing over the
Bancroft property to Haddonfield
is very close to being met.
Plackter said the agreement
would sign over ONeills agreement of purchase with Bancroft
to the borough and, in turn, the

borough would agree to allow


ONeill to do renovations and
have developmental rights for a
residential development on the
site. Plackter said he believed an
agreement would be made by the
next Planning Board meeting on
Jan. 5.
As of Dec. 29, there was no
news on an agreement.
Mayor Jeff Kasko said goals for
the Bancroft property are to complete and sign an agreement with
RCA that allows the borough to
control any development on the
Bancroft property and to have
RCA build a drug rehab center in
another location, and to work
with the Planning Board and residents to pass a redevelopment
plan for the Bancroft site.
The borough officially closed
the sale on the water and sewer
utility to New Jersey American
Water last May. The proceeds of
$28.5 million were used to cover
all of the utility debt and almost
all of the borough general obliga-

tion debt. The only debt the borough has left is about $600,000
that was authorized in 2015, mostly for purchase of Public Works
equipment. Eliminating the vast
majority of the borough's debt
frees up about $1.3 million per
year in taxes borough residents
are paying.
According to Commissioner
John Moscatelli, in 2015 the commissioners used this money primarily to increase the cash spending on the roads program. In 2016,
a large portion of these funds will
continue to be used for the roads
program, but can also be used for
other purposes, including tax reduction.
For capital projects in 2016, we
are planning on completing the
two blocks of Euclid Avenue,
from West End to Avondale,
which was a 2015 project that we
were not able to complete due to
utility work. For the 2016 roads
please see HADDONFIELD, page 14

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Haddonfield library renovations


slated to finish around late May
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program, pending final budget
approval, we are planning on reconstructing Beechwood Avenue,
Narberth Avenue, Bryn Mawr Avenue, Clinton Avenue, Friends
Avenue, Lake Street from Haddon
to Friends, Redwood Avenue and
Farwood Circle. We have also applied for a DOT grant to reconstruct Ellis from the circle to
Kings Court, and Walnut from
Kings Court to Lincoln; that work
will be done in 2016 if the grant is
approved, Moscatelli said.
Also part of road reconstruction was Grove Street. NJAW did
extensive repairs and upgrades to
the water and sewer utilities on
Grove Street, expanding on the
work the borough did the previous year. The county then replaced the curbing, driveway
aprons and some sidewalk, installed medians and bike lanes for
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The work is substantially complete, according to Moscatelli. In


spring, there will be some additional planting and decorative
lights installed on the wide medians near Route 70.
Also coming to an end in 2016
will be the library renovations.
Moscatelli said the library renovations are largely on track, and
scheduled to finish around late
May. One of the biggest portions
of the work is a small addition
that will house an elevator and
handicapped accessible restrooms to bring the facility into
compliance with ADA requirements. The borough is also doing
work to repair and modernize
some of the building systems.
The Library Board and the
Friends of the Library are also
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The borough is also looking to
hire a new library director, as
Susan Briant has retired.
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Haddon Fire Company No. 1 is
preparing for Fire Chief Joe
Riggs to retire. His replacement is
Sam Trotman, a long-time member of the fire company. Swearing
in will take place in January.
There will also be a changing of
the guard for the fire companys
president.
I'd like to publicly thank Joe
Riggs for his years of service to
Haddonfield and for being an outstanding chief. I also am looking
forward to working with Sam
Trotman in the future, Rochford
said.
For the auxiliary police, volunteers who help with traffic control and other duties during
major town events will also have
their swearing in in January.
More news for 2016 and a review of the past year will be presented at the Annual Mayors
Breakfast, hosted by the Haddonfield Lions Club, on Saturday, Jan.
16. The event will begin at 9 a.m.
at the First Presbyterian Church,
20 Kings Highway East. Tickets
are $7 and will be available at the
door.
Kasko will deliver the annual
State of the Borough Address and
also present the Citizen of the
Year award, which recognizes an
outstanding member of Haddonfield.
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