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District Devising Plan For Anticipated School Capacity Restrictions In Fall

District Devising Plan For Anticipated School Capacity Restrictions In Fall

The school district administration anticipates the state will impose limits on how many people may be in school buildings come September, and is working now to develop a plan. As part of that work, the district has published an online poll for parents, asking a variety of questions geared to help administrators devise a plan […]

FHS Seniors Begin Modified Graduation Ceremony

FHS Seniors Begin Modified Graduation Ceremony

Franklin High School seniors have begun the first phase of their graduation observance, which could be called “giving and taking.” Students driving up to the front of the school, in the bus drop-off lane, stop at one station to give back any school property they may have, and then proceed to another station to receive […]

Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

Assumption College has announced that Colleen Kurtz of Somerset, Class of 2020, has been named to the College’s Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester. Students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 for a five-class, 15-credit semester to be included on the prestigious list, which is announced at the completion of the fall and […]

FHS Principal Details Graduation 2020 Plans In Video

FHS Principal Details Graduation 2020 Plans In Video

A series of in-person “mini-graduations” starting on July 13 will comprise the Franklin High School Class of 2020’s graduation celebration. The details of how graduation will be observed this year were discussed by FHS principal Frank Chmiel in a YouTube video released on June 1. “We think that we’ve created a really solid plan that […]

Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

Assumption is honoring 80 students who have been recognized with departmental honors, special awards, and Augustine Scholarships, academic awards for those who excel in their field of study. Colleen Kurtz, Class of 2020, of Somerset, received the departmental award for criminology. University of the Cumberlands has conferred degrees to the Class of 2020, including Jyothi Kumar Emmadishettyof Somerset, who […]

YMCA To Provide Before- And After-School CARE Program

YMCA To Provide Before- And After-School CARE Program

The school district’s before- and after-school C.A.R.E. program for elementary school students will be run by the Greater Somerset County YMCA starting in the next school year. The Board of Education approved the contract at its April meeting. The program provides enrichment programs, homework help and other activities for students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5. […]

Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

 East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania (ESU) recognized 362 students who were scheduled to be recognized at this year’s Annual Honors Convocation, which was not held due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Among those honored were Me’Saj Closs and Tiana Webster, both of Somerset. Geovanni Guzman Marte, of Somerset, a student at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Metropolitan Campus […]

Township Student Among National Merit Scholarship Winners

Township Student Among National Merit Scholarship Winners

A township resident is among the first wave of winners in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Megha E. Thomas, a student at Princeton Day School in Princeton, won the National Merit S&P Global Scholarship, given by S&P Global to children of its employees, according to a press release from the National Merit Scholarship […]

Franklin Middle School – SGS Campus Celebrates Black History Month With Cultural Program

Franklin Middle School – SGS Campus Celebrates Black History Month With Cultural Program

Singing, dancing and mentions of impactful African-Americans highlighted the annual Black History Month celebration at Franklin Middle School – Sampson G. Smith campus. Participating in the event were the various performing arts groups in the school, including orchestras, bands, choirs and dance troupes. There were also soloists in song, dance, and spoken word presentation. Cherilyn […]

Central Jersey College Prep Observes Black History Month

Central Jersey College Prep Observes Black History Month

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School’s Black Student Union ended Black History Month with a program that celebrated the culture and history of African-Americans. The coordinators, junior Christopher Outlaw and senior Jordan Lee – the BSU’s president and vice president, respectively – said that even though the school had been observing Black History Month throughout […]