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Online Learning During Snow Days ‘Not Prudent’ For Franklin, District Official Says

Online Learning During Snow Days ‘Not Prudent’ For Franklin, District Official Says

The idea has been studied, but abolishing snow days in favor of online learning won’t happen in township schools, a district official said. The idea became a topic of conversation last month after officials of Anderson County School District 5, in South Carolina, decided to require online assignments when schools have to be closed due […]

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Photos & Video: FHS Seniors Graduate, Party The Night Away On Their Special Day

Photos & Video: FHS Seniors Graduate, Party The Night Away On Their Special Day

More than 500 Franklin High School seniors took that last official walk from the high school to the football field June 29 for the Class of 2018’s commencement. Students, parents friends and relatives heard from a number of speakers, including class Salutatorian Riya Sheth, Valedictorian Kunj Padh, Class President Morgan Riddick, principal Frank Chmiel, Board […]

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RVCC To Hold General, Career, Adult Information Sessions In July

RVCC To Hold General, Career, Adult Information Sessions In July

Submitted by RVCC Marketing Department. Learn about all Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) has to offer by attending an Information Session in July at the College’s Branchburg campus. The College is offering General Information Sessions as well as special sessions for adults and those interested in its Automotive, Cosmetology and Esthetics (Skin Care) career programs. […]

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More Warriors On The (Academic) Move

More Warriors On The (Academic) Move

Victoria Seamon of Somerset has been named to Alvernia University’s Dean’s List for the spring 2018 semester as a senior. Seamon studied Occupational Therapy at Alvernia and is a graduate of Franklin High School. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum […]

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Township 4th Grader To Participate In National STEM Educational Program

Township 4th Grader To Participate In National STEM Educational Program

A township 4th Grader will be among the students taking part in an academic and career-oriented educational program this summer. Kimberly Osenenko, a student at Elizabeth Avenue Elementary School, will participate in “National Youth Leadership Forum: Pathways to STEM,” a program in Philadlephia presented by Envision, a company that develops education programs for students in […]

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Township Schools Have Their Night At TD Bank Ballpark

Township Schools Have Their Night At TD Bank Ballpark

BRIDGEWATER – June 23 at TD Bank Ballpark was all about Franklin Township schools. It was the annual Franklin Schools Night, and township students, teachers and staff showed their pride. Representatives from various township schools were able to parade around the ball park’s perimeter prior to the Somerset Patriots’ game. Later, a combined choir from […]

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Warriors On The (Academic) Move

Warriors On The (Academic) Move

Wheaton College student Aaron Policastro of Franklin Park recently performed in the 2018 Commencement Celebration Concert. Policastro played double bass with the Symphony Orchestra. Heather Attanasio of Somerset has been named to the President’s List at West Virginia University for the Spring 2018 semester. Attanasio just completed her freshman year and is majoring in Nursing. […]

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Photo Gallery: Central Jersey College Prep Graduates Told To ‘Reach For The Stars’

Photo Gallery: Central Jersey College Prep Graduates Told To ‘Reach For The Stars’

EWING – Graduating seniors of Central Jersey College Prep Charter School were told that they can “do anything, you can be anything, you can accomplish anything” at the school’s commencement held June 23 at The College of New Jersey. The words of encouragement came from their keynote speaker, township resident Randall Pinkett. In addition to […]

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MacAfee Road School Principal Gets ‘Pied’ By Super Readers

MacAfee Road School Principal Gets ‘Pied’ By Super Readers

A group of MacAfee Road School students on  June 22 were awarded a prize they’d worked for the entire school year: they got to throw a pie in their principal’s face. Some even got to throw more than one. It was all part of the school’s Grow a Garden of Readers program, which incentivizes students […]

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FHS Students Strut Their Stuff At 2018 Prom

FHS Students Strut Their Stuff At 2018 Prom

It was all glam and style on June 22 at the annual Franklin High School senior prom, held at the Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village. Students – and some alumni – mingled in the expansive hallway outside the ballroom during the cocktail hour, during which they had their official prom pictures taken, and waitstaff circulated […]

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