Cedar Creek had a GREAT day at the Teen Arts festival today!
about 1 month ago, Cedar Creek HS
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Cedar Creek had a great trip today to the Universal Technical Institute Exton, PA, campus to explore careers in trades.
about 1 month ago, Bryan Marengo
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Cedar Creek is heading to Italy for Spring Break 2026! Join Mr. Ferguson and Coach Torino on an unforgettable "viaggio Italiano." We are hosting an interest meeting for current freshmen and sophomores and their parents on Monday, May 20th at 6:30 in the CCHS Library.
about 1 month ago, Stephen Ferguson
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The Class of 2027 had fun volunteering at Egg Harbor City's Clean Up Day at the lake!
about 1 month ago, Suzanne Leichtnam
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So much talent being celebrated at the Creek. Congratulations to the Theatre Program for their Cappies nominations!
about 1 month ago, Cedar Creek HS
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Congratulations to the newest inductees to Key Club. Great job planning and organizing the event by our current officers and good luck to our newly elected officers.
about 1 month ago, Cedar Creek HS
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Revolution Rails Enrichment Trip: Saturday, May 18th Team Building and SEL through exploring the beauty of nature. Students will explore the beauty of nature in Cape May by taking a "4 mile railcar ride through The Nature Conservancy’s Garrett Family Preserve". They will get to "enjoy the expansive native wildflower meadows and flora, as well as world-class viewing opportunities for migrating songbirds, raptors, and pollinators like bumblebees and monarch butterflies, made possible by the wonderful folks at The Nature Conservancy." Registration Form:https://forms.gle/FhtPDCfW7kf5U5xV9
about 1 month ago, Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District
Revolution Rails Enrichment Trip: Saturday, May 18th Team Building and SEL through exploring the beauty of nature.  Students will explore the beauty of nature in Cape May by taking a "4 mile railcar ride through The Nature Conservancy’s Garrett Family Preserve". They will get to "enjoy the expansive native wildflower meadows and flora, as well as world-class viewing opportunities for migrating songbirds, raptors, and pollinators like bumblebees and monarch butterflies, made possible by the wonderful folks at The Nature Conservancy."  Registration Form:
Saturday, May 18th "Love Myself," aims to empower teen girls through fostering self-love, self-care, and self-confidence. This program was designed in response to the growing need for programs that address the holistic development of our female students, focusing on both their physical and mental well-being. Registration Form: https://forms.gle/RH6d53GCogY8jM6A9
about 1 month ago, Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District
Saturday, May 18th "Love Myself," aims to empower teen girls through fostering self-love, self-care, and self-confidence. This program was designed in response to the growing need for programs that address the holistic development of our female students, focusing on both their physical and mental well-being. Registration Form: https://forms.gle/RH6d53GCogY8jM6A9
Saturday, May 18th "Love Myself," aims to empower teen girls through fostering self-love, self-care, and self-confidence. This program was designed in response to the growing need for programs that address the holistic development of our female students, focusing on both their physical and mental well-being. Registration Form: https://forms.gle/RH6d53GCogY8jM6A9
about 1 month ago, Office of Special Projects
Great night of music at the Creek!
about 2 months ago, Cedar Creek HS
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We had a great morning in the CCHS Amateur Radio club! Students used clothespins and some basic components to build their own training keys to practice sending Morse code!
about 2 months ago, Audrey Groff
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Congratulations to our April Students of the Month!
about 2 months ago, Cedar Creek High School
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Memorial Day Celebration with EHC American Legion and CCHS Music Department
about 2 months ago, Cedar Creek HS
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The City of Egg Harbor Rudolph Elmer American Legion Post 158 & Auxiliary Richard McAnney VFW Post 5341 host 2024 Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 27, 2024 at 10:00 A.M. At Lincoln Park, White Horse Pike Cedar Creek High School Marching Band & Select Choir will perform
about 2 months ago, Cedar Creek HS
Futbol is life! The Italian American club meets on a Sunday to cheer on Roma in a Sunday Series A match.
about 2 months ago, Cedar Creek HS
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Mr. Ferguson's Honors English 1 students created promotional t-shirts and water bottles for their most recent independent reading novels
about 2 months ago, Stephen Ferguson
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CCHS students enjoying a hands-on presentation from watershed ambassadors about macro-invertebrates that we can find in the Mullica River! Different types of macro-invertebrates found can help determine the levels of pollution in our waterways.
about 2 months ago, Cedar Creek HS
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Please read this important message.
about 2 months ago, Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District
Hello Students and Families, We would like to draw your attention once again to a "game" that is occurring within our local communities, as well as throughout the nation, that has a number of concerns connected to it. Called "senior assassins" or simply "assassins", it involves senior students playing a game of water-tag across the entire community. Playing in pairs or teams, students are hunting their peers as "targets", including hiding out in bushes and surprising students as they leave their homes, jobs, or gyms. Some of our concerns with this: water guns in schools can lead to a number of negative outcomes...spraying the wrong students leading to a confrontation, hitting a teacher and potentially facing discipline, or getting water on a floor and creating a slippery surface that may cause injury to others. Additionally, in the community, we just want to share some thoughts from a different perspective; at least three times in the last week we have been notified by parents or community members that issues have arisen due to students playing this game. In an extreme but concerning example, one of our campuses was even visited by students from a school over an hour away who were “hunting” their peers at an athletic event we were hosting. Please note that this is not acceptable ANYWHERE on or around any GEHR grounds. Imitation weapons on school campuses pose severe security risks to all of us! Imitation weapons may seem harmless, but can cause panic and confusion among students, staff, and community members and can potentially lead to a dangerous situation. We recognize the idea behind this may be pure and just "kids looking for fun", but we want everyone to understand it will not be permitted on school grounds, and despite how some are portraying this, it is not condoned by the school or district. Please help us maintain a safe and secure learning environment. Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions, please contact us. Thank you, Mike McGhee, Oakcrest Principal Daniel Kern, Absegami Principal Scott Parker, Cedar Creek Principal James M Reina, Superintendent
Congratulations to the newest inductees into the Spanish, German, and French National Honor Societies!
about 2 months ago, Cedar Creek HS
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Little Pirates take over the ship!!! Everyone here at Cedar Creek is having fun on Bring Your Child to Work Day!
about 2 months ago, Suzanne Leichtnam
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