WRI is pleased to welcome entrepreneur and training facilitator John Childress to coordinate and lead WRI’s work with the Burlington County Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Planning Board (BCJDP). In this role, he will provide technical assistance to Burlington City, Pemberton Township and Willingboro for juvenile delinquency prevention planning and implementation activities, as well as support the Burlington County Partnership for Youth Success initiative.
The Burlington County Partnership for Youth Success cleared out the Barclay Street Totlot in Burlington City for the community’s youngest residents to take back the streets during its second annual “Play Streets” event. Read the article.
The Burlington County Times highlights the success of law enforcement, local churches, social organizations, youth-based groups, municipal, county and state agencies, and schools working to intervene early and help kids succeed.
For the first time in a decade, Burlington City High School achieved a 100 percent graduation rate. NBC10’s Cydney Long takes a look at the keys to the high school’s recent success. Watch clip. (Published Thursday, Jul 25, 2019 | Credit: Cydney Long)
Law enforcement, local churches, social organizations, youth-based groups, municipal, county and state agencies and school districts have been working together to find ways to intervene early in a child’s life and help steer them clear of a path to the criminal justice system.
The Burlington County Health Department is asking residents to fill out a survey so officials can better understand their health needs. The Burlington County Times reports.