I'm glad to see the new building. It is outwardly in line aesthetically with our Colonial architectural heritage.
To the "crooks and nincompoops" who tore down our old high school
building and built that ugly library and burnt down town hall I'll see
you in h_ ll.
Yes new people we had a school building, several in fact at the
corner of Church and Second that would have lasted a thousand years!
That building could have housed every Township Department with room to
It truly was criminal what they did in tearing it down! It had
a beautiful auditorium for events and meetings! It's heartbreaking
really to think about what they did.
There was plenty of parking and still room for a playground and
basketball or tennis courts. There should be a memorial to that
building, the thousands of Moorestown children whose best days were
spent there, and the wonderful educators who inspired us somewhere when
they tear down that hideous library.
Tom E. Cunningham III
5th generation Moorestonian, class of 72