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March 2013 Issue
Star Students: March, 2013
As Bells Elementary School’s Chess Club prepared for its first-ever New Jersey State Chess Championship appearance, the club members once again competed in the monthly Princeton Day School chess tournament in February. Bells had the largest representation...
Star Coaches: March, 2013
Star coaches across the country were awarded as National Coaches of the Year by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). Deanna Knobloch, the head coach for Moorestown High School’s stellar girls’ lacrosse team, was one of a...
Star Teams: March, 2013
After a heated tournament far from home, the Hollydell Hurricanes PeeWee AA Division captured the Pittsburgh Presidents Cup over Presidents’ Day weekend. The five-game tournament started off with a crushing 5-1 loss to the Delaware Ducks, but that did...
Star Athletes: March, 2013
The girls and boys soccer teams of Voorhees Middle School are on a roll. In the Camden County Championships, both teams left as winners. With their undefeated 11-0-2 record, the boys also won the 2012 League Championship for the second year. They were...
Star Teachers: March, 2013
New York City’s Museum of Mathematics awarded Scott Goldthorp, a math and science teacher at Rosa International School, with the $25,000 Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Math Teaching for a lesson he designed to help the students better understand...
A Fresh Start
Do you avoid smiling because you don’t like the way your teeth look? With the latest in cosmetic dentistry procedures, patients will no longer be afraid to smile wide.
Top Hospitals for Your Children’s Care
It’s something you don’t necessarily want to think about, yet you know you have to be prepared for it. Your child is sick, and whether it’s a sudden rising fever that won’t respond to medication, an allergic reaction, or perhaps a more serious condition...
2013 Citizens of the Year
Every now and then you meet someone who is not content to be another face in the crowd, someone who realizes it’s not the size of the gesture but the thought that counts when it comes to making a difference in the lives of others. We’ve featured a number...
Top 10 Tips to Ensure Your Child Has a Healthy Summer
Sending your child off to camp this year? You might want to keep these tips, courtesy of the American Camp Association, in mind.
Maintaining Independence
For adults who need added care but aren’t ready for an assisted living community, there are alternatives that add much to daily life.
Spring Spruce Up
The winter may not have been as harsh as was predicted for us here in South Jersey, but that doesn’t diminish our excitement that spring has finally arrived.
Erasing Back Pain
If your back is aching today, you are not alone. According to the National Centers for Health Statistics, back pain is the leading cause of disability in Americans under 45 years old, and more than 26 million Americans between the ages of 20 and 64...
Editor's Note: March, 2013
With April around the corner, there’s one thing that comes to mind: How many people out there who have given up on their New Year’s resolution?