• Mary-Alice Baratta
    Supervisor of Planning, Research, Evaluation, Assessment and Special Projects 
    B.A. in Mathematics, Rowan University
    Masters of Education in School Leadership, Wilmington University
    Highland:  Susan McNamara 
                    (856) 227-4100, x-4072
    Timber Creek:  Nancy Anderson
                           (856) 232-9703, x-

    A Message from the Supervisor....

    The staff of Black Horse Pike Regional School District are committed to addressing the social-emotional learning needs of all our students and will continue to build a school climate and culture that fosters both instructional and program supports.  Our goal is to help high school students recognize their own range of emotions, reflect nonjudgementally on why their emotions arise, and expose them to strategies that will empower them to develop healthy habits they can employ throughout their lifetime. 

    During the 2018-2019 academic school year, the Black Horse Pike Regional School District will continue to focus efforts in the areas of upgrading facilities and front desk security to ensure the safety of our students and staff, improve our food services options available to our students, and monitor the new Air Force Junior Reserved Officers Training Corps electives that offer opportunities for interested students to explore and develop strong leadership skills.
    The Black Horse Pike Regional School District is committed to meeting the expectations set by the State regarding curricula and graduation requirements. At this time, current sxpectations regarding State graduation assessments requirements can be found at current regulationsProposed changes can be found aproposed changes.  We will update all stakeholders accordingly on how those changes directly or indirectly impact their needs if and as they unfold. 
    Wishing you a wonderful year!