Education, Childcare & Instructional

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Contact: Shelley McFarland
89 West Mill Street PO Box 425 Pedricktown NJ 08067 Cell Phone: 609-364-1984 Work Phone: 856-294-5433 Work Fax: 856-879-3301 Website: http://www.amazinggracepedricktown.com

Biographical Info

AGEEC is a preschool program for children ages 2 1/2 to Kindergarten. We offer 1/2 day and full day classes. We also offer before care and after care services for the working parents.
Hours: 7am – 5:30pm
Licensed in the State of NJ

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Contact: Lucas Ostrowski, President/Founder

Biographical Info

Services offered:  A local IT consulting company that focuses on Technology in Education.  We offer a full spectrum of IT services to small to mid-sized schools and school districts, from infrastructure analysis to purchasing to part or full-time IT staffing.

Tags:  technology consulting, IT consulting, education technology, technology staffing, networking, printers, wifi, computer troubleshooting and repair, infrastructure analysis and planning, hardware and software purchasing

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Contact: Kimberly Smith Administrative Manager

Biographical Info

The Forman S. Acton Educational Foundation empowers Salem’s youth to change the world. Founded in October 2014, it is named after Forman S. Acton, a Salem City resident, pioneering computer scientist, engineer and university professor who sought to provide children from his hometown with the same access to education that made him successful. Through his endowment, the foundation provides educational opportunities through financial assistance and inspirational support that removes barriers and creates pathways for students to advance their education, achieve career success and become global leaders. Learn more at http://www.FormanScholars.org.

Contact: Douglas Frost

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Wholesale Paleontological Curriculum Kits

Multiple kits on Dinosaurs, Permian Extinction, Evolution of Plants, Western Interior Seaway.

I am proud to be the only company that uses actual dinosaur material, Permian reptile parts over 250 million years old, and plant fossils showing evolution. Much of this material is self collected but I use resources found throughout the world. Each kit comes with a texts for students and teachers. These run from 100 to 250 pages and authored by me.

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Contact: Robert Palumbo, MBA

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Low cost business trainings & free one-on-one business consulting.

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Contact: Nancy Bubeck
190 South Broadway Pennsville NJ 08070 USA Work Phone: 856-678-5473 Website: http://www.pennsvillelibrary.org

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Public Library

Days/Hours:  Monday – Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 7 pm
Friday 10 am – 4 pm
Saturday 10am – 2 pm
Closed Wednesday & Sunday

Library Card Information

New Pennville Resident Cards – $5.00
Replacement Cards – $3.00

Non-Pennsville Resident cards – $20.00 (within Salem Country)

Non-Resident cards- $50.00 (outside Salem County)

Current NJ driver’s license or NJ state ID with street address required. No PO Boxes.

Annual Renewal Fee:
$2.00 for Adults, $1.00 for children: ID required

General Policies

  • The Circulation Desk and Public Computers close ten minutes before the library closes.
  • Patron may not lend their Pennsville Public Library card to non-members.
  • Parents may use a minor’s card to borrow material.
  • Lost cards require current ID and $3 to replace.
  • Patron card holders must present current library card to borrow and renew items or to register for internet. Staff can not search database, and if you do not have your card for internet, you must be charged $2.00 as per the Internet Registration policy.
  • Children 7 and under must remain with an adult or caregiver (14 and over).

For the first two weeks, patrons may borrow two books (print or CD/cassette books). After two weeks, privileges will include up to 50 items in combinations as stated below:

Borrowing Combinations

Fiction, reg. 2 weeks/2 renewals No limit
Non-fiction, reg. 2 weeks/2 renewals 5 subject per household
New books 2 weeks/no renewals 5 books per card
Series (YA/Juv.) 2 weeks/2 renewals 5 per same series
Magazines 1 week/no renewal 10 per card
Playaways/Audiobooks 2 weeks/2 renewals 4 per card
DVD** and/or VHS 1 week/no renewal or transfer* 4 per household
Music CDs 1 week/no renewal 4 per card
ILL / Holds Books 2 weeks/1 renewal*** 5 ILLs per card inc. media
ILL DVDs/CDs 1 week/no renewal 5 ILLs per card inc. books
Kinderkits 30 days/no renewal or transfer* 1 per card (age 18 & up)

* Transfer = using card in same household to re-check an item
** DVDs = R-rated DVDs may be borrowed by patrons 16 and older only
*** ILL renewals are at the discretion of the lending libraries. Some do not allow renewals.

 

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Contact: David L. Bailey, Jr.

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Behavioral health care centers for youth, special education school, Camp Edge & adventure-based activities for children & families, out-patient counseling.

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Contact: Joe Cardona

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Since its founding in 1923, Rowan University has evolved from a teacher preparation college to a bustling regional university that’s ranked among the best public universities in the North by U.S. News and World Report. Today, Rowan’s more than 19,000 students choose from more than 90 bachelor’s degree programs, over 50 master’s degree programs, nine doctoral programs and two professional programs. The university is one of just 56 institutions in the country with accredited programs in business, education, engineering and medicine.

Mission Statement
Rowan University will become a new model for higher education by being inclusive, agile, and responsive, offering diverse scholarly and creative educational experiences, pathways, environments, and services to meet the needs of all students; maintaining agility by strategically delivering organizational capacity across the institution; and responding to emerging demands and opportunities regionally and nationally.

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The NJ Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC) at Rutgers-Camden is part of a statewide network that provides comprehensive consulting services and educational opportunities to Small Business owners and potential owners throughout the State of New Jersey. The NJSBDC at Rutgers-Camden serves Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem Counties, with several convenient training and counseling locations.

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Contact: William H. Clark, Jr.
460 Hollywood Ave. Carneys Point NJ 08069 Work Phone: (856) 351-2602 Work Fax: (856) 351-2776 Website: https://www.salemcc.edu

Biographical Info

Community & customized education/associate degrees and certificates

William H. Clark, Jr. – Director of Institution Advancement

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Contact: Frank H. Maurer, III, Assistant Superintendent

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Salem County Special Services School District

Providing high quality, cost-effective programs and services to the schools and districts of Salem and Cumberland Counties, where adults with special gifts serve students with special needs.

District Goals

  • Foster a safe, healthy and inclusive learning environment for all students, families and staff to promote positive learning experiences.
  • Identify and set developmentally-appropriate expectations for all students to meet individual student goals.
  • Increase student achievement levels while addressing the unique learning needs of each student by creating meaningful and engaging opportunities.

Our Schools

  • The Daretown Campus serves school aged students with behavioral and emotional disabilities from Salem and Cumberland Counties.
  • The Salem Campus serves middle and high school aged students with disabilities from Salem and Cumberland Counties. Students may have the option of attending the vocational program or transitional career program (TCP).
  • The Cumberland Campus Program serves school aged students with severe disabilities from Salem and Cumberland Counties.
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Contact: Bonnie M. Baker
880 NJ-45 PO Box 350 Woodstown NJ 08098 Work Phone: (856) 769-0101 Work Fax: (856) 769-3602 Website: http://www.scvts.org

Biographical Info

The Salem County Career and Technical High School District in Woodstown, New Jersey, is designed to provide career and technical education programs that prepare secondary and postsecondary students for employment, for higher education leading to employment, and for lifelong learning. A complete array of academic and related programs is provided to support career and technical education programs. In addition, essential skills such as ethics and other “soft skills” are taught.

The school serves both full and shared-time students in grades nine through twelve. Shared-time students participate in career and technical education programs for a half-day and attend their resident high school for academic and related instructional programs during the other half of the day. Full-time students attend the Career and Technical High School for the entire day and receive full academic, as well as career and technical instruction.

The mission of the Salem County Vocational Technical School District is to prepare students for employment, for further education leading to employment, and for lifelong learning.

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Contact: Greg & Kortney Guth

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Pre Apprentice Electrical Training. Continued education classes in: customer service, blueprint reading, conduit bending and motor controls.

Also partnered with ABC for a 4 year state approved apprenticeship.

Our goal is to give the highest level of electrical training through formal education, hands-on training, and experience from highly-qualified electricians that are currently working in the electrical field.