Thursday, January 3, 2013
The school board held its annual reorganization meeting Thursday.
The Haddonfield Board of Education swore in three incumbent members who won election in November during a meeting Thursday. Andrew Berlin, Maureen Eyles and Dennis Kelleher were be sworn in for three-year terms. Berlin was appointed to a seat vacated by Marsha Marshall last fall and Eyles was selected by the board in May to fill Lynn Biehn's seat. Kelleher ran for a one-year term last year and was reelected for a three-year term in the fall.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Three current board members will run for three open seats.
The school board election this fall will feature three incumbent board members running unopposed for three open seats. Andrew Berlin, Maureen Eyles and Dennis Kelleher will run for three, three-year terms this fall in school board elections. Berlin was appointed to a seat vacated by Marsha Marshall last fall and Eyles was selected by the board in May to fill Lynn Biehn's seat. Kelleher ran for a one-year term last year and will run for three this year. The deadline for filing for the fall election was Tuesday, June 5. A new state law allowed the board to move its annual election to the fall general election date to save money.
Friday, September 23, 2011
Andrew Berlin beat out eight other candidates for a seat vacated by Marsha Marshall.
The borough school board this week chose Andrew Berlin to fill the seat vacated by Marsha Marshall. Berlin comes from a software engineering background and believes his experiences will help address the burgeoning technological needs of the district. “The face of the technology industry is changing what it means for high schools in the next 10 years,” Berlin told the board earlier this month. “It’s quite a different world that the students are growing up in, with challenges in everything from teachers' contracts and health coverage to what you teach in health class.” Berlin said he sees the role of the board members as navigating the challenges of the public education environment in Haddonfield. “I would say it’s a combination of oversight…