Lockdown Lifted At Washington Township High School After Anonymous ThreatWashington Township High School is no longer under a shelter-in-place after an anonymous threat, according to the Washington Township Police Department.
Washington Township High School Begins Hybrid Learning Following Week Delay Due To Concerns Over Social GatheringA handful of the high school's students had tested positive before the gathering.
In-Person Classes At Washington Township High School Delayed After Students Test Positive For COVID-19 Following Social GatheringDistrict officials knew of those positive cases but on Friday a social gathering hosted by some parents for seniors off school property raised some concerns.
2 Washington Township High School Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19The high school was not impacted and will be open Monday for hybrid instruction.
Washington Township High School Seniors Protest Lack Of In-Person Graduation By Holding Own Commencement CeremonyOnly virtual graduations are permitted currently in the Garden State at least until July 6.
High School Football Head Coach Tackles First Season In New RoleThe Washington Township High School Football program had only two coaches in the last 32 years.
Philly Soccer Show: Califf Gone?More upheaval at the Philadelphia Union with the possible departure of the team's captain, defender Danny Califf. And we interview the head coach of the new Philadelphia Fever women's team.
NJ High School Stages Walkout To Remember Teenager Killed In Weekend CrashWashington township high school students, in a show of unity and support, walked out of class and around the school’s track Monday morning to remember 18-year-old Nicole Kellenyi, a senior, killed in a car crash Saturday night.
Hammel Leading Rowan's DefenseAs usual, Rowan is right in the mix at the top of the New Jersey Athletic Conference with a 5-3 mark (5-2 in the conference) as they get ready to host a critical match-up with NJAC co-leader Montclair State on Saturday.
South Jersey Prosecutors Hold Anti-Cyberbullying ConferenceLaw enforcement officers, education leaders, concerned parents and others gathered at Washington Township High School to hear from experts like John Halligan, whose teenage son Ryan took his life in 2003 after being bullied online in Vermont.