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SEPT. 28, 2015

A musical mission

Seneca soccer scrimmages

Sara James Music Foundation


doesnt let financial hardships stand
in the way of kids musical dreams
By SEAN LAJOIE
The Sun
Former Seneca High School
graduate and current musician
Sara James is determined to give
kids the opportunity to showcase
and build upon their musical talents regardless of their financial
situation.
Just because you dont have
money does not mean that you
arent talented and dont deserve
a chance to do what I do, James
said.
After taking part in a School of
Rock program at a younger age,
James had a friend who also
wanted to join the program but
simply could not afford it. She
wanted to send her friend to the
school instead of receiving
Christmas presents that year, and
thats what got the wheels rolling
on the Sara James Music Foundation.
We all decided there had to be
a better way, Executive Director
of the Foundation Larry Jameson
said.
James made the decision to put
this foundation together but originally didnt want her name on it
because she tries to keep her

school life separated from her


music world.
When we witnessed how important something like this was
to Sara, as she wanted others to
have the same opportunities that
she was afforded, we looked into
starting the foundation, Jameson said. The opportunities are
just not there anymore with the
cutting of funding for regular
school music programs.
The sole objective of the foundation is to make music lessons
accessible to low-income children
who are also inspired by music
and share James desire and passion to play.
Private donations, grants,
sponsorships, performances and
community events fund the charity and allow it to provide free professional lessons that will give
more children the opportunity to
make music.
James music career got off to
a slow start when she received a
guitar at the age of 9 and it sat
and collected dust for a year.
When she finally decided to start
taking lessons, it was clear she
had an undiscovered gift.
She progressed so rapidly that

MIKE MONOSTRA/The Sun

The Seneca boys soccer varsity team battles it out in an intrasquad scrimmage during practice
last Tuesday. The Golden Eagles are hoping to top last years run to the South Jersey Group III
semifinals. They open the regular season at home on Sept. 10 against Winslow Township.

please see FOUNDATION, page 5

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


LRHSD looks back
BOE reviews 2014-2015
school year. PAGE 4

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . 811
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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that was during last weeks final
board of education meeting before the school year kicks off.
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one that has gone off in separate
directions to chase dreams but
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Foundation sees music as necessity, not a luxury


FOUNDATION
Continued from page 1
after an evaluation at the School
of Rock Camp, it determined she
was a little too advanced for the
camps and suggested the performance program.
Shes a bit shy, so we forced
her to try it for one season,
Jameson said. James chose the
Pink Floyd show, was placed in
quite a few songs and was cast to
sing one song even though she
was there for guitar. That was the
deciding factor that she wanted to
continue with singing as well as
guitar.
She is now in two bands as well
as continuing with the performance program.
Ancora is one of the house
bands. It is a part of the school
and plays a variety of alternative
and classic rock. It has played at
venues as big as the Hard Rock in
Philadelphia, The Trocadero Theatre and The Legendary Dobbs.

She also helped form her other


band, Sara James and the Hess
Brothers, outside of the school to
promote the Sara James Music
Foundation. The group consists
of James, Jon Hess, Joey Hess,
Ricky Hess, Jake Fritz, Jack
Reres and Pat McHugh.
They played more than 35 gigs
in 2014, ending with a performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of
fame in Cleveland. They raised
more than $7,000 in 2014 for scholarships.
The scholarships are awarded
to talented students who come
from low-income families and
wish to pursue individual and
group music lessons. They can include
vocalists,
guitarists,
bassists, drummers and keyboardists. The award is good for
one year of free weekly lessons,
which will culminate in live
group performances.
The foundation sees music as a
necessity and not a luxury.
Music helps with other skills
needed for overall success in
school, Jameson said.

The organization hosts two annual regional talent shows to help


fund the scholarship program.
The talent shows were a great
success this year. Artists from
Philadelphia, Camden and the
surrounding area signed up, so
we had a tremendous variety of
music from acoustic, to rap, to
rock and roll, Jameson said. We
raised enough money in two
evenings for another scholarship,
which was our goal.
The scholarship application
link is available for print on the
Sara James Facebook page at
www.facebook.com/SaraJamesMusicFoundation. If you or
someone you know would like to
apply, print the application, complete all sections and mail it to 3
Independence Way, Southampton,
NJ 08088.
The application process is
quite easy and user friendly,
Jameson said. There is basic information as well as some financial information needed. There is
also a short essay question that
the applicants need to answer.

The applications are then verified by the foundations board


members, and the steering committee will review the applicants
and the essays and choose the recipient.
The foundation is also looking
for anyone interested in serving
on the board of directors.
The best aspect of being a
part of this organization is seeing
the success and joy of the children going through the program.
Money is no longer a barrier or a
factor that separates these children from the others. Talent and
joy are the only things that matter now, Jameson said.
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Continued from page 4
for this accomplishment during the week
of respect in October.
Students shined outside of the classroom as well, excelling in different things
such as community service. Students from
across the district partook in the fifth annual Senior Day of Service last year. They
also participated in a clothing drive for
Goodwill, collecting an overwhelming
56,373 pounds of clothes to donate to the organization. Cherokee edged out Seneca in
pounds per student and was awarded a
plaque from Goodwill.
We enjoy a friendly competition, but
this is for a great cause, Webb said.
School officials could not say enough
about their excitement for this year to get
underway. The new schedule was a partic-

ular highlight on this list of new initiatives.


It was a very long, collaborative process
that led the district to this schedule
change, a process that included 48 teachers, 47 students and 23 editors administrators, custodians, sports staff and child
study team members, to name a few
The district made it a point last year to
focus on communicating the schedule and
finalizing the details to be ready to roll
when the 2015-2016 year begins on Sept. 8.
We feel there are several benefits to this
new schedule, Webb said.
Increasing instructional time with
longer periods, increasing staff collaboration, having a common lunch and reducing
academic stress are a few advancements
Webb touched on.
The district was also proud to announce
its participation in the statewide You Got
Brains competition. Fifty-nine New Jersey schools competed in the fifth annual

You Got Brains competition sponsored by


the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey.
LDTV won for the third year in a row
and the fourth year in the last five years of
the competition with its heads up, eyes
forward message.
Distracted driving is one of the leading
causes for brain injuries. LDTVs message
has been displayed on 160 state Department of Transportation digital message
boards.
The LRHSD is excited about its new app
that will make its debut this year.
The creation of this app has been a yearlong process that has included input from
various students. The app includes several
features, such as being able to customize it
to your respective schools, receiving timely
news from your school, parents being able
to sign up for grade alerts, parents being
able to deposit money in their childs lunch
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accounts and parents being able
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This is just scratching the surface of what this app can do,
Webb said.
As of Aug. 24, there were 4,700
downloads to date, and the board
anticipates that number to rise.
Another project that will be debuting in all four schools this
year is the Project Lead The Way
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Labor Day: Most township offices
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District grateful for almost


$88K in donations
Continued from page 6

TUESDAY SEPT. 8

high schools.
STEM is where jobs are today
and where the growth is going to
be, Webb said.
Lastly, the district wanted to
show its gratitude in regard to donation numbers from last year totaling almost $88,000. This adds to
the nearly $2.5 million that has
been donated to the school district since it started keeping track
of donations in 2007.
A large chunk of these donations have gone to things such as
turf fields at Shawnee and Cherokee, and numerous driving simulators for drivers education classes at all four of the high schools.
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