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    Anti-Bullying Specialists:

    Jeanette Vizoco,
    Highland High School

    Nicole Hohl,
    Timber Creek High School

    John Barnett,
    Triton High School

    District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
    Julie Scully, 856-227-4106  


    The Board of Education shall provide equal and bias-free access for all students to all school facilities, courses, programs, and services, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, disability or socioeconomic status.

    No qualified handicapped or disabled person shall, on the basis of handicap or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits or, or be subjected to discrimination in employment or under any program, activity or vocational opportunities sponsored by this Board.

    In accordance with the USDE Guidelines IV‐O, Title VI: 34 C.F.R. § 100.6 (d) this notice shall serve to advise students, parents, employees and the general public that all Career and Technical Education opportunities in the Black Horse Pike Regional High School District shall be offered to all students regardless of race, color, national origin, gender or disability. The Black Horse Pike Regional High School District will take steps to assure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. All program offerings and admission criteria can be found in the Black Horse Pike Regional Program of Studies Course Selection Book. 

    The following individuals are designated to coordinate compliance and handle complaints under Title IX and Section 504.


    Julie Scully and Frank Rizzo, District
    Christine Hubbert and Ron Strauss, Highland
    Jennifer Brown and Rob Milavsky, Timber Creek
    Tom Ambrose and Ashleigh Whitmore, Triton

    TITLE IX and SECTION 504 Officer:

    Julie Scully, Assistant Superintendent

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P.R.I.D.E. Program

  • The STANG PROGRAM is a local incetinve program that supports our goal for ALL students to graduate.  
     We want students to take responsibility for the choices they make and have pride in themselves.  Personal responsibility has three main components which lead to academic achievement:  conduct, attendance, and effort.  The entire Triton faculty and staff want our students to demonstrate Mustang Pride and be rewarded for making good choices.  Students who attain membership in the Triton STANG Program will be eligible for discounts at school events, receive various privileges during the school day, may be eligible for semester trips and be invited to quarterly celebrations.  Students can achieve different levels based on their academic achievement and school involvement.  The program is outlined below.



    1. Maintain a GPA between 2.75 and 4.0 (not weighted)

    2. No classes with failing grades

    3. No more than 1 unexcused lateness

    4. No more than 2 UNEXCUSED ABSENCES/OCCURRENCES (period of absence)

    5. No discipline

    7.  Involved in at least one activity/club/sport in the school or outside of school.  Non-school activities and/or community service will be approved by Vice Principal or Principal.  Example:  Hall decorating for Spirit Week will count for first marking period.  Vice Principal will approve in collaboration with the advisor.



    ·        Guaranteed good news post cards

    ·         Admission to quarterly rallies

    ·        The Steering Committee is working with local businesses to get discounts for Card holders.


    GOLD:  3.5 TO 4.0

    Free admission to SELECT school events

    May be used as a Hall Pass - including durng Enrichment Study Hall Time

    Eligible for a semester trips

    Homework pass to be used 3 times during marking period ONLY ONCE PER CLASS

    1 exemption from an assignment EXCLUDING benchmarks, research projects, tests or Culminating major projects.-

    3 Passes from class to LMC with teacher discretion (includes PE) ONLY ONCE PER CLASS. LIMIT 3 PASSES -TOTAL, NOT 3 PASSES PER CLASS          

    RED:  2.75 TO 3.49

    Discounted admission to select school events

    1 homework pass

    1 pass from class to LMC with teacher discretion (includes PE)     



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