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One of Us Retirement Edition: Mr. Lancetta

One of Us Retirement Edition: Mr. Lancetta

June 14, 2017


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Business teacher Mr. Pete Lancetta graduated from St. Joseph High School in 1980. He attended Moradian College and Stockton, graduating in 1985 with a B.A. in Business.  He spent the first three years of his teaching career at Bishop Eustace Prep, but began working in Hammonton in 1989, where he was...

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Santiago

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Santiago

Siani Handy, Reporter

June 13, 2017


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Guidance counselor Ms. Evelyn Santiago graduated from Hammonton High School in 1979, then went on to attend Trenton State (’83) and Rowan University (’02).  Her first teaching job was as a physical education teacher in Egg Harbor City, where she worked from 1985-2000. I was inspired to become ...

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Henshaw

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Henshaw

June 13, 2017


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Ms. Louise Henshaw has been a teacher at Hammonton High School since 2004. She attended four different high schools, ultimately graduating from Mainland in 1972. She graduated from Muhlenberg College in 1978, receiving a Bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology. She then attended Rowan  and graduate...

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Turner

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Turner

Jess Watts, Reporter

June 13, 2017


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Ms. Jody Turner has dedicated the past thirty years to the lives of the students at Hammonton by fulfilling the role of school social worker. While attending the State University of New York and Rutgers New Brunswick, and graduating in 1972, Turner studied a variety of ares that eventually lead her to...

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Ruberton

One of Us Retirement Edition: Ms. Ruberton

Jess Watts

May 30, 2017


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Ms. Barbara Ruberton, the secretary in the Child Study Team office, graduated from Hammonton High School in 1975. Since 1992, she has served in a variety of departments, from the general office to guidance to her current position in CST. I was inspired to go into this field because... I had all business...

One of Us: Ms. Tripepi

One of Us: Ms. Tripepi

December 23, 2016


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Ms.Tripepi attended high school in Cosenza, located in Southern Italy. She attended university in both Cosenza and Rome and holds a Masters of Translation. Prior to HHS, she has taught at Rowan University and Camden County College. She teaches CP Italian 1 and CP Italian 2. One challenging thing about teaching t...

One of Us: Ms. Van Sant

One of Us: Ms. Van Sant

James Ruble, Reporter

December 23, 2016


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Ms. Van Sant graduated from Seneca High School then went on to earn her B.A. from Rutgers University; she holds a certification in both English and special education. She teaches Honors English 1, English 2, and Readiness English 2. If I could live anywhere, I would live in... Alabama. If I won a mi...

One of Us: Ms. Olive

One of Us: Ms. Olive

Michaela Knoll, Reporter

December 23, 2016


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Ms. Olive graduated from HHS and studied math education at Stockton University. She teaches CP Geometry, Algebra 2, and Readiness Algebra 2. This is her first teaching position. I have known that I wanted to be teacher... since I was little. I had a classroom in my basement growing up. One challengi...

One of Us: Ms. Gage

One of Us: Ms. Gage

Eddie Cassidy, Reporter

December 23, 2016


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Mrs. Gage currently teaches physics at HHS. She was a biochem major before switching to teaching. She began her academic career at Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden and taught at Washington Township High School. My biggest fear is... something bad happening to a member of my family. Three words...

One of Us: Mr. Hinson

One of Us: Mr. Hinson

Eric Oram, Reporter

December 22, 2016


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Mr. Hinson started this fall as a vice-principal. A graduate of Lenape High school, Hinson attended Western Michigan University. Prior to HHS, he worked at Seneca High School as a health and physical education teacher for seven years. One thing I am afraid of is… nothing. If I could change my name, I...

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