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NASA Astronaut Visits TEECS For Science Fair

NASA Astronaut Visits TEECS For Science Fair

Students at the Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School had a special guest at its June 13 Science Fair: a U.S. astronaut. Gregory Linteris, who served as a payload specialist on two NASA space shuttle missions in 1997, visited the school and talked about his experiences being an astronaut, as well as his academic accomplishments. Linteris […]

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Academic News Of Township Students

Academic News Of Township Students

Cory Pelzer of Somerset was one of 112 graduates in the Pennington School’s 177th graduating class on June 2. Wilkes University Provost Dr. Anne Skleder announced the Dean’s List for the spring 2018 semester. To be named to the Dean’s List, Dylan O’Connor of Somerset obtained a minimum 3.5 grade point average and carried at […]

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Inaugural ‘Food Truck Festival’ Deemed A Success

Inaugural ‘Food Truck Festival’ Deemed A Success

By PJ Parker. The courtyard and grounds in front of Franklin High School June 9 were transformed into a street fair of food, festivities and fundraising as the first Franklin Food Truck Festival enjoyed perfect weather to benefit Franklin High School’s Project Graduation. The event’s coordinators, Nick DiMeglio and Marisa Gallagher, said they were thrilled […]

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Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

The following Warriors have achieved academic excellence in their collegiate careers: Cedarville University student Briana Johnson of Somerset achieved the Dean’s List for the 2018 spring semester. Johnson maintained a 3.5 GPA while taking at least 12 credit hours from Cedarville University. Assumption College has announced that Colleen Kurtz, of Somerset, is one of 590 […]

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Warriors On The Move In Higher Education

Warriors On The Move In Higher Education

Warriors on the Move include the following: Dylan O’Connor of Somerset is the recipient of The Walter S. Carpenter Scholarship in Engineering at Wilkes University. Scholarship students were recognized along with the donors whose gifts made the scholarships possible at the University’s annual Scholarship Luncheon on March 22. The scholarship is presented to incoming freshmen planning […]

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Proposed Third Township Charter School Delays Opening For One Year

Proposed Third Township Charter School Delays Opening For One Year

Needing more time to prepare for their final approval, the founders of a proposed charter school based in the township have received approval from the state to open a year later than planned. The extra time is needed so the school’s founders can submit documentation due to the state Department of Education last November. Ailanthus […]

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Updated: Three FHS Students Win Warner-Van Houten Scholarships

Updated: Three FHS Students Win Warner-Van Houten Scholarships

Submitted by Phyllis Beals. Updated: Franklin High School principal Frank Chmiel and Mayor Phil Kramer spoke at the wards ceremony. Among those attending were Township Councilwoman Kimberly Francois, Deputy Mayor Shanel Robinson, Councilman James Vassanella, former Councilwoman Rosalyn Sherman and Former Councilman Daniel Glicklich. Donations to the fund are still welcome at https://fwhvhscholarship.weebly.com. For more […]

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Elizabeth Avenue School PTO Holds Inaugural Vendor Fair

Elizabeth Avenue School PTO Holds Inaugural Vendor Fair

The Elizabeth Avenue School PTO held its inaugural vendor fair April 28, and all indications were that it was a success. That was the word from the organizers of the event that was held at Franklin High School. Approximately 70 vendors selling everything from clothing to jewelry to crafts and toys filled tables in the […]

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Pillar College Holds Annual Family Day Events

Pillar College Holds Annual Family Day Events

Zarephath’s Pillar College held its annual family day festivities April 28. College officials used the occasion to celebrate the school’s table tennis team, which recently placed fourth in a national competition. The day featured the traditional softball game between faculty/staff and students/alumni, and also a dunking tank. The Franklin Reporter & Advocate was on the […]

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Central Jersey College Prep Celebrates Diversity With International Night

Central Jersey College Prep Celebrates Diversity With International Night

Performances celebrating a half-dozen countries highlighted the annual International Night program April 27 at Central Jersey College Prep Charter School on Mettlers Road. Students, mostly dressed in the garb native to the country they were representing, performed dances and skits before more than 200 cheering peers and parents. Among the countries represented were China, South […]

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