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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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Lady Warriors Basketball Team Gets Championship Rings At FHS Fête

Lady Warriors Basketball Team Gets Championship Rings At FHS Fête

More than 100 people gathered in the Franklin High School gym to cheer on the 2016-17 Lady Warriors’ basketball team one more time. This wasn’t for a game, this was a celebratory dinner, the highlight of which was the awarding of 2017 state championship rings to the team. Team members were also given special plaques […]



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Franklin Middle School Choir Wins Big At ‘Music In The Park’ Competition

Submited by Tyffini Furlong, Stella Lorduy-Ayala and Kiera Radvanski. On May 27, the Franklin Middle School was represented incredibly well in Dorney Park at the Music In The Parks Competition. The choir took 1st place with a Superior rating in the Middle School Mixed Choir category (the most competitive category of the day). The soloist […]



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Elizabeth Avenue School Students Enjoy Field Day At FHS

Elizabeth Avenue School Students Enjoy Field Day At FHS

Elizabeth Avenue students got a mini-vacation May 26, when their annual field day festivities had to be moved to Franklin High School. The move was necessary because of construction going on at the elementary school, school officials said. The new venue seemed to work out just fine, as the 1st through 4th graders ran around […]



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Photo Gallery: Franklin Park School Celebrates Diversity With International Night

Photo Gallery: Franklin Park School Celebrates Diversity With International Night

About 200 people were expected to show up May 19 for Franklin Park School’s celebration of the world’s cultures. The school’s International Night featured tables of food, performances and displays from different countries. The point of the night, according to its organizer, FPS PTO president Montese Anderson, was to widen people’s perspectives. “We wanted to […]



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Hillcrest School Competes For Recycled Playground

Hillcrest School Competes For Recycled Playground

Hillcrest Elementary School is competing to win a playground made from recycled oral care waste through the fourth annual Recycled Playground Challenge, courtesy of Colgate-Palmolive, ShopRite, and recycling company TerraCycle. Hillcrest Elementary School will earn one ‘Playground Credit’ for each unit of oral care waste, such as empty toothpaste tubes and floss containers, sent to […]



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FHS Holds Show-And-Tell To Entice Private, Charter School Students

FHS Holds Show-And-Tell To Entice Private, Charter School Students

Faculty, staff and students of Franklin High School put their best feet forward May 9 during an open house for families with students not in district schools. Although no district administrator would use the term, the event was an attempt to entice those students into leaving the non-district schools and enrolling in FHS. “This is […]



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‘Jersey Cares’ Volunteers Spruce Up Pine Grove Manor School

‘Jersey Cares’ Volunteers Spruce Up Pine Grove Manor School

More than 200 volunteers from around the state joined forces to spruce up Pine Grove Manor School May 6, during the 19th annual Jersey Cares Day. Jersey Cares is a Livingston-based organization that pairs volunteers with community projects. The group has worked in the district in the past, in both Pine grove Manor and MacAfee […]



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Township Resident Honored As Among ‘Brightest Young Students’ By Johns Hopkins

Township Resident Honored As Among ‘Brightest Young Students’ By Johns Hopkins

Submitted by Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. Township resident Sahara Muhammad was recently honored as one of the brightest young students in the world at an awards ceremony sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY). Sahara, a participant in the CTY Talent Search, was recognized for scoring exceptionally high on […]



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FHS Hosts New Jersey Junior Classical League Convention

FHS Hosts New Jersey Junior Classical League Convention

Aficionados of the classical world from 20 schools across New Jersey gathered at Franklin High School April 29 for the New Jersey Junior Classical League convention. The convention is a conglomeration of contests  and exhibits that explore the ancient worlds of Greece and Rome. Winners of the contests will compete in the national convention, scheduled […]



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