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Welcome Back

Dear Parents and Community Members, With the summer coming to a close and as we begin to look forward to another great school year, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in the community for your continued commitment and much appreciated support. I truly believe our students’ successes, in addition to their […]

Haddonfield School District Launches Task Force To Explore Options to Move from STEM to STEAM

The Haddonfield School District aims to move from a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM)-based curriculum to a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Arts (STEAM)-based approach in its educational philosophy. To this end, a special task force will explore ways in which the Arts can be utilized to: remove barriers to learning; increase interest in science, […]

Haddonfield School-District 2016 Fall Accomplishments

The opening of the 2016-17 school year is off to a great start throughout Haddonfield School District. At HMHS there have been many accomplishments, including having Six National Merit Commended Scholars, One National Merit Semi-Finalist, Thirty-One AP Scholars with Eighteen Honors, Twenty-Six Distinction, and Two National Nation-wide AP Scholars. In addition, HMHS won the distinguished […]


Haddonfield School District in the upcoming 2016-17 school-year will be implementing several 21st Century innovative and dynamic STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) programs to promote student growth and success, including advanced curricular initiatives district-wide in collaboration with community support. Each school-year, Haddonfield is ranked in the top 1 percent of the best school districts […]

Haddonfield Bond Referendum

Dear Parents and Residents of Haddonfield, Over the past two years, the Haddonfield Board of Education and its highly reputable team of professional architects and engineers conducted a comprehensive review of the status of the School District’s buildings.  This process involved not only hundreds of hours of Board and committee meetings, but also numerous additional […]


Time. What is it? You can’t see it or touch it. Depending where you are on Earth, Time is different. Einstein once stated that Time is relative to your position in space. Others theorize that Time occurs in orbs all around us that our senses don’t pick up. One dimension of existence could be occurring […]

In the Beginning…

Welcome to the first superintendent’s post from, me, Dr. Perry. The purpose of this site is to enhance communication and more effectively reach out to the community about school-related issues and the numerous educational challenges in today’s economical and political climate.  These issues and challenges can take many forms such as imposed State Mandates, School […]