News Updates

  • NEW HOUSING APPLICATION AVAILABLE NOW

    Applications for our newest housing — Ethel R. Lawrence Homes III and Robinson Estates — are available online or you can pick one up at our office: ERLH, 1 Ethel Lawrence Boulevard, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054.

    Published on September 24th, 2017 in Fair Share Housing Development | Read more »

  • What are income limits and rental costs of our new units?

    FSHD and The Walters Group are pleased to introduce Phase III of the Mount Laurel Master Plan. Ethel R. Lawrence Homes III (income-restricted) offers 36 townhomes for rent; Robinson Estates single-family homes consists of 24 homes (income-restrictions and rental restrictions apply). Click here to find out our income limits and what the cost of rent is for these units.

    Published on September 21st, 2017 | Read more »

  • Creative Activities, Fun Field Trips Highlight Summer Enrichment Camp

    Build-Your-Own Lava Lamp, Meet a Chinchilla and Foreign Pen Pals are among the fun events planned for the five-week Margaret Donnelly O’Connor Education Center summer enrichment camp. Kids will visit the Larchmont Pool, Paws Discovery Farm, the Funplex, the Franklin Institute and a Trenton Thunder baseball game. Each week features a theme: health/wellness, STEM activities, nature/ecosystem exploration, multicultural week and music appreciation. The summer ends with a BBQ and display of all of the artwork and digital novels the children will have completed.

    Published on June 26th, 2017 in Margaret Donnelly O'Connor Education Center | Read more »

  • MDOC Enrichment Camp Stems the Summer Slide

    Studies have shown that academic regression during the summer can vary depending on grade level, subject, and family income. Lower-income students generally lose about two months of reading achievement during summer break. These findings are part of the reason for our focus on literacy during our Summer Camp. We examined the data for the reading levels of the students enrolled in the Margaret Donnelly O’Connor Education Center after-school program and camp. Students who regularly attend our after-school program and summer camp on average saw measurable gains in reading level while the students who didn’t regularly participate in our after-school program and/or experience our summer camp saw a decrease in reading level over the summer.

    Published on June 19th, 2017 | Read more »

  • Crafting Kids Celebrate Their Parents

    Ethel Lawrence Homes resident Darcy Daniels is an avid crafter during her free time, often spending hours in her room dedicated to crafting creating fun new projects. Darcy reached out to the Education Center to offer her help and expertise in creating beautifully designed Mother’s and Father’s Day cards. “I think crafting is a healthy and productive way to deal with stress,” said Darcy. “I enjoy teaching the children something new, and hopefully besides the cards themselves, they will take away from the experience that they can create their own crafts on their own.”

    Published on June 18th, 2017 | Read more »