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John R Swain

Salem County Special Services School District
(856) 769-0101 ext. 5301


Superintendent’s Message

Cumberland Campus

The Mission

The mission of the Salem County Special Services School District, a regional educational service agency, is to provide high quality, cost effective programs and services to the schools and districts of Salem and Cumberland Counties.
Our Schools are learning communities where adults with special gifts serve students with special needs.The program are cooperative ventures that foster shared services and expertise in an effort to both increase quality of service and decrease cost to local districts.


Standards and Commitments

Our schools will provide engaging and challenging curriculum that address the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. Teaching and learning will take place in physically and emotionally safe environments that have an active commitment to ensure trust, mutual respect, communication, effective collaboration, and good citizenship. The vision of Salem County Special Services School District is that all students develop the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to succeed in life.

Salem County Special Services District Office

880 Route 45. Woodstown, NJ 08098

Telephone: (856) 769-0101

Salem County Special Services offer equal opportunity to qualified individuals, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, martial status, affectional/sexual orientation, gender, religion, disability, English proficiency, immigration status, housing status or socioeconomic status.




David Moffett

Vice – President                                Board Secretary

Earl Ransome                                        John Bolil

Julie Smith    James Davis   Daryl Halter

 Linwood Donelson III    Margaret Nicolosi

Click the markers on the map for details and links to the programs located at each location. Please move the map around with your mouse to see our other sites.

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Cumberland Campus

The Board of Education for SCSSSD & SCVTS of the County of Salem

Meeting Dates for 2016-2017 School Year

7/1/16 – Re-Org Meeting

10/11/16 Special Meeting

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John R Swain

Salem County Special Services School District
(856) 769-0101 ext. 5301

Bonnie Baker

Bonnie M Baker

Anti-Bulling Coordinator
Phone: 856-769-0101 ext 5391

James D'Amato James D’Amato

Principal, Daretown School
(856) 358-2108

ShawnRebmanShawn Rebman

Director Of Early Intervention Program and Principal of Alternative School
(856) 678-6686

Frank M Frank Maurer

Director Of Human Resources
(856) 935-7552

Todd Slimm Todd Slimm

Principal Cumberland Campus
Director Of Child Study Team

(856) 459-1061 ext. 5012

Jane Whittinghill Jane Whittinghill

Director of Related Services and Autism Programs
(856) 769-0101 ext.5202

Harry Rodriguezharry

Technology Supervisor                                 Office: 856-769-0101 ext. 5084

Jennifer Bates
Assistant Superintendent
Salem County Special Services School District
(856) 769-0101 ext. 5346

Jim Helder
Principal Salem Campus
(856) 769-0101 ext. 5361

John Bolil
Business Administrator
(856) 769-0101 ext.5312
Fax: (856) 769-3602

Vivian Hampshire
Administrative Assistant
(856) 769-0101 ext.5269
Fax: (856) 769-3602

What is the Alternative Program?

The Alternative High School Program is an option of all High Schools in Salem County. This Alternative program is located at the John Campbell Center in Salem, NJ and serves high school students in grades 9-12. The program is unique because it provides a small, nurturing, and supportive alternative for students who have not been consistently successful in larger educational settings. The Alternative program is academically challenging and provides courses needed to obtain a High School Diploma

General Statement

High Schools in Salem County are experiencing a growing number of school-aged youth that present academic, attendance, and behavior problems. The dilemma is that these students are not successful in their home schools. Their personal and academic needs are not or can not be met through traditional school programs and settings It follows then, that if these students are to be helped, an alternative, non-traditional approach is needed.

For additional information please contact

Salem County Special Services School District Alternative High School

Principal Shawn Rebman or Vice Principal Brian Cummings

118 Walnut Street Salem, NJ 08079

Telephone: 856-935-7552 Fax: 856-935-7618


Anti-Bullying Specialist

Karen Stallings

Social Worker

Phone: 856-935-7552

Fax: 856-935-7618

Email: kstallings@scvts.org

General Statement

The Alternative Middle School has two purposes. First, to provide a short-term interim school placement for discipline or other reasons. The program offers services in a safe, structured environment where students are expected to grow socially, emotionally, and academically to be better equipped to participate and succeed in their home school. The second purpose is to provide a long term placement that will provide an emotionally and physically safe environment for disaffected and at-risk middle school students while they work to catch up academically so that they can transition back to their home high school.

Academic Component

The Middle School Alternative Program offers credit for language arts, social studies, math, science, health/physical education, and life skills. In the mornings the program will focus on counseling, language arts, and math. In the afternoons the focus will be on science and social studies. Math and language arts will consist of two forty-five minute periods. One period will be dedicated to group lessons on skills related to the NJASK and GEPA and the next period will emphasize individual work sent by the home district. New Jersey Core Content Curriculum Standards will be utilized and modified as needed. Grades are issued at typical times and students are tested with required state and district tests.

For additional information, please contact:

Salem County Special Services School District

Principal Shawn Rebman or
Vice Principal Brian Cummings

118 Walnut Street Salem, NJ 08079

Telephone: (856) 935-7552 Fax: (856) 935-7618


Anti-Bullying Specialist

Karen Stallings

Social Worker

Phone: 856-935-7552

Fax: 856-935-7618

Email: kstallings@scvts.org

Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying

Salem – Jake Poeppel

Daretown – Stacy Lockwood

Cumberland – John Bilinski

Alternative H.S. – Karen Stallings