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Franklin High School’s First TEDx Event Explores ‘Innovation Within’

Franklin High School’s First TEDx Event Explores ‘Innovation Within’

By PJ Parker. “Innovation Within” was the theme of Franklin High School’s inaugural TEDx event held Feb. 17. Based on the TED Talk concept, the event was organized by Franklin High School Future Business Leaders of America and Model UN student leaders Arnav Tolat and Sneh Patel, and their team. TED Talk, a media organization […]

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‘Disturbing Images’ In Middle School Students’ Edited Video Prompt District, Police Action

‘Disturbing Images’ In Middle School Students’ Edited Video Prompt District, Police Action

Two Franklin Middle School students face school disciplinary action after they modified a school-assigned video to include what district officials regarded as “disturbing images.” District spokeswoman Mary Clark said the students used some video footage created during a school assignment to create a new video, an action which schools Superintendent John Ravally labeled as “poor […]

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FR&A Video Story: Scenes Of A Grieving Community And A Message For Franklin Township

FR&A Video Story: Scenes Of A Grieving Community And A Message For Franklin Township

Editor’s Note: Normally, we would not cover a story outside of the township unless it involved a Franklin resident. But a trip to south Florida for a family gathering found me about a 20-minute drive from Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School in Parkland, Fl., the scene of last week’s horrific mass killing in which a […]

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Warriors On The Move In Higher Education

Warriors On The Move In Higher Education

Amanda Lake, a resident of Somerset, was honored for academic achievement by being named to the Dean’s List at Delaware Valley University for the Fall 2017 semester. Briana Johnson of Somerset was named to the Cedarville University Dean’s List for fall 2017. This recognition requires the student to have a 3.5 GPA or higher for […]

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Central Jersey College Prep To Weight Lottery For Low-Income Students

Central Jersey College Prep To Weight Lottery For Low-Income Students

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School is planning to weigh its upcoming enrollment lottery in favor of children from low-income families. The plan is still pending final approval from Lamont Repollet, the acting state Department of Education Commissioner, said Namik Sercan, the school’s chief education officer. Students who qualify for free or reduced breakfast or […]

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Central Jersey College Prep Charter School to Participate in the College Board AP Capstone Diploma Program

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School to Participate in the College Board AP Capstone Diploma Program

Starting in the fall, Central Jersey College Prep Charter School will begin participation in a program designed to help students succeed in college. CJCP will be one of approximately 1,500 schools worldwide to implement the AP Capstone diploma program, a program that allows students to develop skills that matter most for college success, such as […]

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Board Of Education Names Principals For FHS, Franklin Park School

Board Of Education Names Principals For FHS, Franklin Park School

The Board of Education dipped into the district’s “farm team” Jan. 25 to pick principals for Franklin High School and Franklin Park School. Frank Chmiel, a vice principal at Franklin Middle School, was named to take the helm at FHS, and Purvi Shah, a Franklin Park School vice principal, was named to be that school’s […]

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School District Struts Its Stuff In Annual Showcase

School District Struts Its Stuff In Annual Showcase

Franklin High School was once again transformed into an exhibition center for the school district on Jan. 13 for the annual district showcase. Displays of various programs, clubs and organizations in district schools, information about new programs and initiatives and the a finale featuring performances by groups from each of the nine township schools highlighted […]

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Cedar Hill Prep School Celebrates ‘National Blue Ribbon’ Designation

Cedar Hill Prep School Celebrates ‘National Blue Ribbon’ Designation

Cedar Hill Preparatory School celebrated its designation as a National Blue Ribbon School by throwing itself a party on Jan. 13. The Cedar Grove Lane school was one of 17 New Jersey schools to win the designation for 2017 from the U.S. Department of Education. Nationally, 342 schools were announced to be Blue Ribbon winners […]

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‘Hour Of Code’ Engages Students Throughout District

‘Hour Of Code’ Engages Students Throughout District

Franklin Township students are once again tackling the challenges posed by the Hour of Code, a worldwide effort to introduce children to computer science. Held annually during Computer Science Education Week, the Hour of Code is meant to “demystify ‘code’, to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field […]

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