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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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Hillcrest School Principal Apologizes For ‘Lapse In Judgment’ In Discipline Incident

Hillcrest School Principal Apologizes For ‘Lapse In Judgment’ In Discipline Incident

Hillcrest Elementary School principal Albert J. Fico has apologized for his “lapse in judgment” in his disciplining of a student two weeks ago. Fico took vacation time the last few days of the school year while the incident was being investigated by district administration. The principal is expected to be back in the building on […]

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College Graduations Announced For Township Residents

College Graduations Announced For Township Residents

Wilkes University student Andrea Circelli of Somerset has been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2017 semester. In order to be named to Dean’s List, a student must earn a 3.4 grade-point average. Marisol Morris of Somerset excelled during the Spring 2017 semester at Hofstra University, achieving a GPA of at least 3.5 […]

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FHS Warrior Marching Band Celebrates Season at Disney

FHS Warrior Marching Band Celebrates Season at Disney

Submitted by Sue Kafas. After achieving an award-winning season, the Franklin High School Warrior Marching Band spent five days in Orlando, Fl. in early June. Band members visited several parks and proudly marched in the Disney Festival of Fantasy Pre-Parade on Monday, June 5th. Directed by Dan Berz and Eric Diaz, and led by drum […]

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Video & Photos: FHS Students Enjoy Their Night At 2017 Prom

Video & Photos: FHS Students Enjoy Their Night At 2017 Prom

PRINCETON – They came in dresses, gowns, tuxedos and suits; color-coordinated or celebrating their own style. The occasion was the 2017 Franklin High School prom, held at the Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village, here. The required fashion accessory of the night for the men seemed to be sunglasses; mirror shades, flip-ups, traditional sunglasses, it didn’t […]

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Franklin Students Highlighted At Somerset Patriots Baseball Game

Franklin Students Highlighted At Somerset Patriots Baseball Game

BRIDGEWATER – School kids from the township were featured June 3 at the Somerset Patriots’ baseball game at TD Bank Ballpark here. The kids and their parents took part in a mini parade around the ballpark, a local dance company performed, an elementary school principal threw out one of the first picthes and a Franklin […]

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Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School Holds Inaugural Innovation Day

Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School Holds Inaugural Innovation Day

About 150 students at Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School showed off their best work Jun3 in the school’s first Innovation Day. Students at the school, located on Pierce Street, were free to choose what projects they wanted to work on. Their choices ran the gamut from a hybrid of music and botany to computer programming […]

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Elizabeth Avenue School Science Fair Is All Hands-On

Elizabeth Avenue School Science Fair Is All Hands-On

Slime, snakes, moon rocks and ghost crystals? Must be a science fair. Elizabeth Avenue School students and their family members converged on the school June 2 for their annual science fair, a compendium of experiments, displays and hands-on projects spread throughout the building. The program actually began during the school day, when the 4th Grade […]

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Township 3rd Graders Participate In Claremont Road School Beam Signing

Township 3rd Graders Participate In Claremont Road School Beam Signing

Representatives from the school district’s 3rd Grade classes were among those who participated in a June 2 “beam signing” ceremony at the Claremont Road School construction site. The beam, specially painted white so the signatures could be more easily seen, was later placed in the area that will become the school’s second-floor library. “It’s really […]

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