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Schools Superintendent: ‘One Less Move’ Projects Are On Schedule

Schools Superintendent: ‘One Less Move’ Projects Are On Schedule

Projects conducted under the 2014 “One Less Move” referendum are coming along on schedule, the school district’s chief executive said. That includes the biggest part of the $85 million construction package, the new Claremont Road Elementary School, schools Superintendent John Ravally said at a Sept. 14 function. Ravally used the occasion of the ribbon cutting […]

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First Fruits Of ‘One Less Move’ Referendum Celebrated At Hillcrest Road School

First Fruits Of ‘One Less Move’ Referendum Celebrated At Hillcrest Road School

The first of the major renovation and construction projects funded by the “One Less Move” referendum is officially on-line, and the district held a little party for it on Sept. 14. Four new 3rd Grade classrooms at Hillcrest Elementary School were officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by district officials, current and former Board […]

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FHS Warriors Marching Band Breaks Camp, Ready For The Season

FHS Warriors Marching Band Breaks Camp, Ready For The Season

FHS Warriors Marching Band preview. Posted by The Franklin Reporter & Advocate on Friday, September 1, 2017 The Franklin High School Warriors Marching band broke band camp Sept. 1 with a special preview of their new show. The music for this season will be based on the story of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” The […]

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Video Story: MacAfee Road PTO Holds Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

Video Story: MacAfee Road PTO Holds Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

The MacAfee Road School PTO threw a little viewing party for the solar eclipse on Aug. 21 on the school playground. About 100 people showed up – parents, students, teachers and administrators – to share the historic event. The Franklin Reporter & Advocate live-streamed the day, which you can see below. And below that, we […]

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Township Resident Wins Enrichment Fund Award

Township Resident Wins Enrichment Fund Award

A township resident was among 14 students from across the country recently selected to receive a grant from the O’Neill Tabani Enrichment Fund. The fund is awarded each year and open to students with Down syndrome who are over 18 years of age. Each applicant must show intent to enroll in a class or program […]

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News About Franklin’s College Students

News About Franklin’s College Students

The latest about Franklin’s college students: Brianna Holcomb of Somerset graduated from Hofstra University in May 2017, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations. Becker College’s Joshua Taylor of Somerset has been named to the spring 2017 Dean’s List. Dylan Koch of Franklin recently experienced the art, history and culture of southern Spain while […]

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‘Books In The Parks’ Program Going Strong After 15 Years

‘Books In The Parks’ Program Going Strong After 15 Years

By Arnav Tolat. For the past 15 years, township students have been able to make summer reading a priority through the Books in the Parks program. In this program, high school volunteers visit various housing complexes and Franklin Middle School’s summer ESL classes during the month of July. The program runs Monday to Thursday, with […]

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Franklin STARTALK Program Celebrates Language And Culture

Franklin STARTALK Program Celebrates Language And Culture

By Arnav Tolat. Language and culture were vibrant at the concluding event of the Hindi Sangam Foundation’s STARTALK program July 8 at Franklin High School. The event was attended by students’ families, community members, and distinguished guests including former state Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula, and Dr. YLP, an Indian writer and politician. Students presented dances, films, […]

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Franklin’s College Students On The Move

Franklin’s College Students On The Move

The College of Saint Rose congratulates Alexandria Teryek of Somerset, New Jersey, who earned a Certificate of Advanced Study and a Certificate of Advanced Study as a member of the Saint Rose Class of 2017. The College of Saint Rose (www.strose.edu) is a dynamic, progressive college in the heart of New York’s capital city where […]

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FHS Class Of 2017 Told To ‘Be Bold, Be Ready’ At Graduation Ceremony

FHS Class Of 2017 Told To ‘Be Bold, Be Ready’ At Graduation Ceremony

The Franklin High School Class of 2017 was exhorted to “be bold, be ready” by an alumna at the June 16 graduation ceremony. The 501 graduates received the advice from 1997 graduate Zalenda Cyrille, a senior program manager at Chantilly, Va.-based Vencore. “Be bold, be ready, go out into this world and be your authentic […]

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