Weekly Roundup: School referendum set for Oct. 2, new head coach for Lenape Girls Soccer

Catch up on the week that was with The Sun’s “Weekly Roundup” feature.

Catch up on the week that was with The Sun’s “Weekly Roundup” feature.

Voters to decide Mt. Laurel Schools’ $35.5 million capital improvement referendum on Oct. 2

Oct. 2 is the day Mt. Laurel’s voters will finally have their say on whether a full-day kindergarten program and a myriad of other capital improvements finally come to Mt. Laurel Schools. On that day, from noon to 8 p.m., Mt. Laurel’s voters will check “yes” or “no” on the local school district’s $35.5 million bond referendum.

Registration still open for 2018 Mt. Laurel Public Education Fund Annual Golf Classic

Registration is now open for the Mt. Laurel Public Education Fund’s 24th Annual Golf Classic, scheduled this year for Sept. 24 at Ramblewood Country Club. According to MPEF’s website, funds help retention of after-school clubs and related activities, in addition to helping improve technology in the district and enrich students in areas such as theater, art, STEM, cooking clubs and many other activities.

New head coach Jen Pfeiffer putting personal touch on Lenape girls soccer

During the 2018 preseason, it was common to see Jen Pfeiffer take the field and get into the action during drills for Lenape High School girls soccer. It’s been more than a decade since Pfeiffer, a former all-conference player and 2008 Lenape graduate, last took the field for the Indians. However, Pfeiffer is now ready to lead Lenape in an entirely new role as the program’s varsity head coach.

Registration open for Rowan College at Burlington County’s fall personal and professional development classes

Registration is now open for Rowan College at Burlington County’s fall personal and professional development classes. Personal and professional development offers non-credit courses to the community so that all students have the opportunity to upgrade skills, pursue new ones or explore a hobby in these special courses.

Burlington County Health Department hosting ‘Preparedness Rock Hunt’

For National Preparedness Month, the Burlington County Health Department has launched a “Preparedness Rock Hunt.” The department has strategically hidden four painted rocks in Burlington County, with all of the rocks are decorated with the hashtag “#BurlCoPrepares” on them.