Tomorrow morning Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard will join with students, parents, and community leaders for an announcement focused on increasing student safety. The announcement, which involves a significant investment from the District, is in response to a community walk held in June to raise awareness of the need to support the several hundred students who live between 2.0-2.4 miles from their school. Under State guidelines, these students are not provided busing.
On June 6, Superintendent Rouhanifard joined the community group The Village, students, parents, and community leaders in a 2.4-mile walk from Camden High School to Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy.
The announcement will take place at Camden High School, 1700 Park Boulevard, at 11:00.
[Editor’s note: too bad that Camden wasn’t included in the bill just signed by Gov. Christie that awards $17 million in public tax dollars to a consortium in Lakewood that will provide busing for non-public school students to their private Jewish Orthodox day schools. For more on that absurdity, see here.]