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New Staff Spotlight: Jaime Baker, Bookkeeper


Jaime Baker joins the Moorestown Friends Business Office as the school’s new Bookkeeper. She replaces Marge Kelly who is retiring at the end of the school year. Her responsibilities include managing accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash receipts, reconciliations, reporting, student billing, and much more. She really enjoys her work, particularly the clarity and methodical process… Read More

May 2, 2016

Prekindergarten Celebrates Earth Day 2016


Prekindergarten students in both Lisa Martin and Paige Bloom’s classes celebrated Earth Day with parents, grandparents, and special friends. To learn about the importance of recycling and reusing resources to help take care of the Earth, the students rotated through four activities: creating a reusable canvas shopping bag, sorting different types of recyclables, planting flowers… Read More

April 22, 2016

18th Annual Science and Engineering Expo at Moorestown Friends


The Moorestown Friends School 18th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition (S.E.E.) took place on Thursday, April 21. Students in Grades 5 – 12 showcased more than 200 displays of science learning for students, faculty, staff, and families.. Exhibits included: Electrically wired model houses and a K’Nex car challenge (Grade 5 – Physical Science) A city… Read More

April 22, 2016

MFS Team Earns First Place at NJ High School Consumer Bowl Southern Regional Competition


On Thursday, April 21, the MFS Consumer Bowl team earned first place at the Southern Regional competition at Pemberton High School. MFS (Burlington County champions) defeated teams from Cedar Creek (Atlantic County), Gloucester City (Camden County), Ocean City (Cape May County), and West Deptford (Gloucester County). The four-person team, made up of John Barton ’17,… Read More

April 22, 2016

MFS Alumna Alice Paul (Class of 1901) To Be Featured on $10 Bill


Alice Paul, MFS Class of 1901, will be featured on the back of the redesigned $10 bill, expected to debut in 2020, the centennial of the 19th Amendment establishing women’s suffrage. While Alexander Hamilton will remain on the front of the $10 note, the portraits of five women suffrage leaders, including Paul, will be depicted… Read More

April 21, 2016

Mitchell Mullock ’16 Sets MFS Career Pitching Wins Record


Congratulations to Mitchell Mullock ’16 who yesterday set the MFS school record for pitching victories in a career. He was the winning pitcher in the team’s 10-8 victory over Collingswood to earn his 21st career win on the mound, surpassing the record of 20 set by Colin Gregory ’13. Mitchell plans to continue his baseball career… Read More

April 21, 2016

MFS Featured on Local Television News During China Intensive Learning Trip


Seventeen students and three teachers journeyed to China from March 24 – April 3 for an Intensive Learning trip abroad to experience local culture and engage in service. The entire trip was filled with many memorable “once-in-a-lifetime” experiences, but a special highlight was the group’s visit to a middle school in Xi’an in central China…. Read More

April 20, 2016

Second Graders Host “Let Your Life Speak” Museum


Second grade students recently concluded their unit on Quakerism by serving as docents at their own “Let Your Life Speak” museum. During the unit, students learned about the six Quaker testimonies and what role they play in people’s lives. They welcomed other Lower School students and family members to their museum. Students explored how people… Read More

April 20, 2016

MFS Hosts Friends Council on Education Early Childhood Educators Program


On April 18 and 19, MFS welcomed more than 20 early childhood educators from 11 Friends Schools from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New York for a stimulating program focused on technology, gender, spirituality, and young children. The peer networking event, hosted by the Friends Council on Education, was led by three MFS teachers Kenya… Read More

April 19, 2016

Faculty and Staff Perform Service Throughout South Jersey


On Monday, April 11 over 100 faculty and staff dispersed throughout South Jersey and on the MFS campus to perform service. Locations served included: Urban Promise (Camden/Pennsauken), Collingswood Manor, MFS Garden, MFS Costuming, Moorestown Friends Meeting House, Camden Children’s Garden, Pompeston Creek Watershed in Moorestown, Camp Dark Waters, John Woolman House, AJ Meerwald ship, Cadbury at… Read More

April 14, 2016

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