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Video: High School Principal Talks About New School Year

Video: High School Principal Talks About New School Year

We recently asked High School Principal James R. Bevere for his thoughts on the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. Bevere was enthused about what the year holds for FHS students.

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First Day of School Brings Tears, Laughter

First Day of School Brings Tears, Laughter

Giannah Farag was all smiles as she waited for her teacher outside Hillcrest School in Somerset the morning of Sept. 9. The new Kindergartner made her first friend – Dylan Cauthen – shortly after arriving at the school. Giannah was accompanied by her mother, Heather, who was also smiling, but for a different reason. “I’m […]

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Franklin Teachers Getting Ready for the Students

Franklin Teachers Getting Ready for the Students

Dawn Valdata walked in to her 2nd Grade classroom in Franklin Park School earlier this week and asked herself the same question she’s asked the past 11 years. “Where do I start?” Valdata, like her colleagues throughout the school district and in private schools located in the township, spent the week putting her classroom together […]

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North Brunswick Church Refurbishes School Garden as it Prepares Somerset Services

North Brunswick Church Refurbishes School Garden as it Prepares Somerset Services

Volunteers from the Point Community Church of North Brunswick spent three days of their summer fixing up the garden at Pine Grove Manor School on Highland Avenue. The work was seen by church leaders as a way of introducing themselves to the community in advance of them founding a new congregation in Somerset. The work […]

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School Board Studies Lowering High School Passing Grade

School Board Studies Lowering High School Passing Grade

A move to lower the passing grade for Franklin High School students from 67 to 60 is being studied by the Board of Education. The board at its August meeting pulled a proposed policy that would do just that, saying it needed more time to study the issue. The new policy, if adopted, would not […]

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