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Students Visit Senior Center for a Special Mother’s Day Activity
May 4, 2018

Students from The Archway Schools’ Horticulture Program visited the residents of The Fountains at Cedar Parke for a special Mother’s Day Flower Arranging Demonstration. Under the direction of Horticulture Instructors Kristine Henle-Blank and Hannah Gunson, the students showed residents how to create beautiful Mother’s Day Teacup Arrangements with colorful flowers and greenery. There was plenty of light-hearted conversation and socializing, as both students and residents shared stories, smiles and new found friendships. This was the second flower arranging demonstration by the Archway School students coordinated by both Horticulture Instructors, Careers Teacher Brooke Chmura, along with Susan Mantz, Activities Director of The Fountains at Cedar Parke.

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New Jersey Afterschool Program Wins Statewide Contest
May 3, 2018

Students from Archway’s Just Kids Program at Tatem Elementary in Collingswood, created and won the NJSACC’s (New Jersey’s School Age Care Coalition) first ever annual Celebrate Afterschool Poster Contest! NJSACC, the Statewide Network for New Jersey’s Afterschool Communities, received over 100 posters from 14 different afterschool care programs throughout the great state of New Jersey. Poster submissions were due in March and created  by youth attending afterschool programs. Students in the Just Kids Program worked together and made a colorful puzzle piece poster listing out what they love to do in their afterschool program. They had a very special reason for choosing the artwork that they created.

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Celebrate Afterschool 2018 Poster Contest – NJSACC Announces a Winner!
May 3, 2018

Students from the Just Kids Program at Tatem Elementary in Collingswood, created and won the NJSACC’s (New Jersey’s School Age Care Coalition) first ever annual Celebrate Afterschool Poster Contest! The children in the Just Kids Program at Tatem Elementary have a very special reason for choosing the artwork that they created for the winning poster.

Tatem Elementary School Students Win NJSACC’s ‘Celebrate Afterschool Poster Contest’
May 3, 2018

Students from the Just Kids Program at Tatem Elementary in Collingswood, created and won the NJSACC’s (New Jersey’s School Age Care Coalition) first ever annual Celebrate Afterschool Poster Contest! The children in the Just Kids Program at Tatem Elementary have a very special reason for choosing the artwork that they created for the winning poster.

Autism Event Promoting Acceptance and Inclusion
Apr 26, 2018

Archway Programs hosted its 9th Annual Hands Around the Lake event on Wednesday, which promotes autism awareness. This is a community-wide event where individuals served, staff members and families all attended to show their support. The goal of the event is to educate others about autism, so that as a community, we can not only be more aware, but accept and include all of those affected by autism and other disabilities. Those who attended the event lined up around Archway Programs’ main campus lake and held hands while Executive Director of Education, Susan Lafferty, welcomed everyone and students from both of the Archway schools read facts about autism before the walk began.

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Archway Programs Honors Leader and Employees of the Year
Apr 26, 2018

Archway Programs honored its 2017-2018 Leader of the Year and Employee of the Year recipients, recognizing staff members who have made extraordinary contributions to the mission and vision of Archway Programs. Special congratulations to Archway Programs’ Leader of the Year, Miss Ashlee Battle, Partial Care Services Program Director and both Employees of the Year, Mr. Russell Polk, Programs Transportation Driver and Mrs. Brenda Saunders, Just Kids Coordinator of Staffing and Licensing.

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Archway Programs Hosts its Annual Community-Wide Autism Event
Apr 25, 2018

“Every year for the past nine years Archway has taken the opportunity to gather as a community in order to raise awareness of autism, as well as to promote acceptance and inclusion for all special needs people. Thank you to everyone for joining us on this beautiful day and participating in the fun activities, food and fellowship,” said Michael Graff, Lower School Principal at Archway Programs.

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Recognizing Employees Who Are Making a Difference
Apr 20, 2018

Archway Programs honors its Leader of the Year and Employee of the Year recipients, recognizing staff members who have made extraordinary contributions to the mission and vision of Archway Programs.  This year, Archway Programs had so many nominations for Employee of the Year that they are awarding two Employees of the Year awards. Each employee is nominated by peers and supervisors who believe each person demonstrates exceptional performance, has held their position for over a year, is seen as a steady force for positive change and has accomplished an amazing feat in the context of their work that distinguishes the employees from all others. The Leader of the Year is nominated in a similar process, however, this award in for an employee on the leadership team, who shows sensitivity to and respects staff roles through best practice supervision, demonstrates a positive attitude towards all people and is a role model of creativity, intelligence, and initiative in providing a quality work environment.

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Autism Awareness Event Promoting Acceptance and Inclusion
Apr 19, 2018

Archway Programs hosted its 9th Annual Hands Around the Lake event yesterday, which promotes autism awareness. This is a community-wide event where individuals served, staff members and families all attended to show their support. The goal of the event is to educate others about autism, so that as a community, we can not only be more aware, but accept and include all of those affected by autism and other disabilities. Those who attended the event lined up around Archway Programs’ main campus lake and held hands while Executive Director of Education, Susan Lafferty, welcomed everyone and students from both of the Archway schools read facts about autism before the walk began.

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Archway Programs hosted its 9th Annual Hands Around the Lake event yesterday, which promotes autism awareness.
Apr 18, 2018

Archway Programs hosted its 9th Annual Hands Around the Lake event yesterday, which promotes autism awareness. This is a community-wide event where individuals served, staff members and families all attended to show their support. The goal of the event is to educate others about autism, so that as a community, we can not only be more aware, but accept and include all of those affected by autism and other disabilities.

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