Go Figure!

by Grace Clevenger | May 26, 2019
Go Figure!
Numerical happenings in South Jersey.

$100 million
  The proposed cost to build the new Camden High School to be opened in the 2020-2021 school year, which would be built on the site of the old high school.
 
537  Number of New Jersey towns receiving a portion of the more than $160 million grant for road improvements including Medford, Mount Laurel, Cherry Hill, Voorhees, Haddonfield, Moorestown and Washington Township.
 
15th  Anniversary celebrated of the Ronald McDonald Family Room at Jefferson Washington Township Hospital. The room acts as a resting space for families with children needing medical treatment.
 
$504 million  Economy generated into Burlington County by the impact of Rowan College at Burlington County each year.
 
$82,000  Amount raised by Turning Point Restaurants forThe Kortney Rose Foundation, which supports the institutions that make up the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium to support research related to pediatric brain tumors.
 
$24 Million  Approximate amount of state aid reductions that are possible for Lenape Regional High School District and the six K-8 districts that lead to LRHSD over the next seven years.

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