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If you have questions about the benefits available through the Discount Health Services Program, call the UNA Networks of America customer service number, toll-free at 1-877-321-6755. The Cape May County Department of Health does not have details on the specific program benefits and costs.
To be eligible for either position, you must first file a Law Enforcement Series Application with the New Jersey Civil Service Commission to take the examination for these positions.
To find out the bail status or condition of release on any inmate that is currently incarcerated in the Cape May County Correctional Center, call the Sheriff's Correctional Division Jail Records at 609-465-1233.
Please note this address is for sending an inmate letters only. Do not send cash, checks, stamps or pictures, etc. All mail is screened and these items will be removed and not forwarded to the inmate.
Money orders for commissary accounts will no longer be taken. Please see the new process for putting money into an inmates commissary account at the Cape May County Sheriff's website.
If you are having an issue at or with your school district, please contact the schools principal first, then the schools superintendent. If this is issue is unable to be resolved the problem must be presented to the school board at their monthly meeting. If this issue is still unresolved, please contact our office at 609-465-1281
Contact Rachel Raffaele at the County Superintendent's Office, can answer all your questions regarding certification. She can be reached by calling 609-465-1282.
Substitute teacher packets are obtained from your local district's board of education office. These packets are then filled out by the potential employee and returned to that school district. If you have questions once you've obtained your packet, contact the school district, or Rachel Raffaele at 609-465-1282.
You may register online or contact the Education Department at 609-465-6832.
Yes, summer zoo camp sessions fill up quickly. We encourage you register as quickly as possible. However if the session you are interested is full we would be happy to put you on awaiting list.
Camp is designed to be a full week experience. If you are unable to attend a full week, camp is still full cost.
No, unfortunately each week and each session is specifically tailored toward a certain age group. Our age restrictions ensure that we focus on appropriate subject matter and activities.
Unfortunately, as much as we would love to have you participate, our space is limited and camp is for children only.
The Education Department hires and trains four seasonal camp counselors. Each counselor goes through background and drug testing; as well as CPR and First Aid Certification training. Counselors have a background in animal care, child care, education, natural sciences, and or environmental studies.
No,unfortunately only pre-registered campers can attend. If you know anyone interested in Zoo Camp please tell them to contact our Education Department prior to the start of camp.
The Cape May County Park and Zoo tries to meet the needs of as many children as possible. Our zoo camp program is geared for children to engage in group activities that include “live” animal interaction, as well as interaction with children of the same age group. We do not have trained staff or have extra personnel available for children with special needs. Please contact the Education Department before the start of camp about your special needs child to discuss any concerns and to see if Zoo Camp is an appropriate environment for your child.