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Franklin Middle Schooler Wins State, National Awards In SIFMA Stock Market Game

Franklin Middle Schooler Wins State, National Awards In SIFMA Stock Market Game

Arnav Tolat got a pretty big surprise March 4 when he walked into the Franklin Middle School library. Waiting for the 8th Grader were a number of his classmates, teachers and school and district administrators,  all of whom gathered to congratulate Tolat on wining two major awards in the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) Foundation’s […]

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Professional Wrestlers – Including FHS Graduate – To Converge On FHS For Charity Fundraiser

Professional Wrestlers – Including FHS Graduate – To Converge On FHS For Charity Fundraiser

Tickets are on sale now for a charity fundraiser presented by the Independent Wrestling Federation, set for 7:30 p.m. May 1 at Franklin High School, 500 Elizabeth Ave., and which stars an FHS graduate. The fundraiser will benefit the FHS freshmen class and the DeSarno Family Fund. Called the “IWF Loud and Proud Extravaganza,” the […]

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PACER Program Returns To Pine Grove Manor School

PACER Program Returns To Pine Grove Manor School

A dozen years after it was ended, a program through which township police officers read to children at Pine Grove Manor School has been given new life. The program, Police And Children Engaging in Reading, or PACER, allows elementary school children to see police officers in a different light, said township police Sgt. Sean Hebbon. Hebbon […]

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Franklin Park School’s 4th Graders Study Immigration

Franklin Park School’s 4th Graders Study Immigration

  All aspects of immigration were covered Feb. 13 in a special program presented by the Franklin Park School’s 4th Graders. Students in the six classes were broken up into teams, each of which concentrated one on issue related to immigration. The students researched their topics both by reading about them and by interviewing immigrants […]

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Councilman Chase, Middlesex County Sheriff Scott Honored By Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School

Councilman Chase, Middlesex County Sheriff Scott Honored By Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School

Township Councilman Ted Chase, (D-Ward 1) and the Middlesex County Sheriff were honored Feb. 11 by the Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School on the occasion of Edison’s 168th birthday. Edison’s legacy is celebrated by the school each year on his birthday, according to a press release on the event. The school hosts local and statewide leaders […]

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‘Beauty And The Beast’ Readied At Sampson G. Smith School

‘Beauty And The Beast’ Readied At Sampson G. Smith School

Final rehearsals are underway for the Sampson G. Smith production of “Beauty and the Beast.” The show features the Sampson G. Smith Players, with a special performance by the SGS Dance Troupe. The show runs at 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, Jan. 30 through February 8, although the Jan. 30 and […]

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Breakfast Coming To Franklin Middle School

Breakfast Coming To Franklin Middle School

Breakfast will be available to Franklin Middle School students beginning in February. The program, approved Jan. 22 by the Board of Education, mimics one started last year at Sampson G. Smith School. The board approved a modification in the Middle School’s schedule to allow for time in the morning to serve breakfast. School principal RaShawn […]

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FHS Red Cross Club Event Draws ‘Cubers’ From Across The Northeast

FHS Red Cross Club Event Draws ‘Cubers’ From Across The Northeast

Rubic’s Cube competitors from throughout the northeast gathered at Franklin High School Dec. 13 for the first FHS Red Cross Cubing tournament. Yes, this is a thing. The event drew more than 100 competitors, aged 6 to 18 years, said Shaun Guru, president of the high school’s American Red Cross Club. The day-long event was […]

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FR&A Pictorial: FPS Students Compete In First Spelling Bee, Enjoy ‘Night of Words’

FR&A Pictorial: FPS Students Compete In First Spelling Bee, Enjoy ‘Night of Words’

Words ruled the night at Franklin Park School Dec. 5 as students participated in the inaugural Spelling Bee and Night of Words. Organized by teachers Priya Kharawala and Stacey Young, the evening was both a competition and game night. While the 1st and 2nd graders were competing in the spelling bee, the 3rd and 4th […]

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Cedar Hill Prep News: Student Scores In State Debate Tournament, New Mascot, Spirit Day Events

Cedar Hill Prep News: Student Scores In State Debate Tournament, New Mascot, Spirit Day Events

Nima Majidi, an 8th grader at Cedar Hill Preparatory School on Cedar Grove Lane, finished in 8th place at the recent Garden State Debate League tournament at Mater Dei Prep School. Majidi competed against 119 other students. In all, Cedar Hill sent four teams to the debate. In other Cedar Hill happenings: In late November, […]

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