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School’s Hybrid In-Person Learning Plan Slightly Changed

School’s Hybrid In-Person Learning Plan Slightly Changed

Township schools are scheduled to open November 30 for hybrid in-person learning, but it won’t be exactly the same plan that was envisioned last summer. The original hybrid plan had students attending for a full school day. That has changed, said Mary Clark, the district’s spokeswoman. Instead, she said, students will continue to attend on […]

Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

Danah Lassiter of Somerset received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. The degree was one of 270 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees awarded at a virtual degree conferral ceremony held by Wilkes on Sept. 12. The virtual degree conferral, livestreamed from campus, included remarks from Wilkes University President Greg […]

Canal Walk Mask Makers Donate To Elizabeth Avenue School Students And Staff

Canal Walk Mask Makers Donate To Elizabeth Avenue School Students And Staff

Students and staff of Elizabeth Avenue School will have a surprise waiting for them when (if?) they return to school for in-person learning at the end of November: about 500 reusable face masks. The masks are the gift of the Canal Walk Mask Makers, a group of residents from the active-adult community in the township […]

First Day Of Township ‘Virtual’ School Gets Mixed Reviews

First Day Of Township ‘Virtual’ School Gets Mixed Reviews

The first day of (virtual) school in the township was met with mixed reviews by parents and the district administration. Students in the traditional township schools began the 2020-21 school year on September 8 by firing up their Chromebooks and settling down in their work spaces, as opposed to grabbing their backpacks and running out […]

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School Offers In-Person and Virtual Summer School

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School Offers In-Person and Virtual Summer School

Sponsored Content submitted by Central Jersey College Prep Charter School. The Central Jersey College Prep Charter School is offering a targeted summer program for all students to meet their individual needs and help to limit summer regression for all students. All summer programs run from Monday, July 13 – Friday, August 21, and will be […]

FHS Graduation Events End For Class Of 2020 With Final Two Ceremonies

FHS Graduation Events End For Class Of 2020 With Final Two Ceremonies

The final 180 members of the Franklin High School Class of 2020 graduated on July 15, ending a senior year that none of them will forget. As they had on the two preceding days, the graduation ceremonies were divided into two sessions, one at 10 a.m . and the second at 5 p.m. The graduates […]

Franklin High School Class Of 2020 Graduates

Franklin High School Class Of 2020 Graduates

The Franklin High School Class of 2020 graduated in six sessions held over three days. Following is the list of graduates and each session in which they held their graduation ceremony. 10:00 AM July 13th Maher Abdel-Fattah Tatiana Acevedo Stephanie Acheanfour Isaiah Adams Adedoyin Adebo Micheal Adeniyi Celinedion Adrian Lopez Madelyn Aguilar Maniha Ahmad Rabia […]

FR&A Videos: FHS Graduations Continue

FR&A Videos: FHS Graduations Continue

The coronavirus-modified Franklin High School graduation ceremonies continued on July 14 with another 182 members of the Class of 2020 turning their tassels in two sessions. The ceremonies take place in Warrior Stadium at the high school. The modified graduation was necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic and Gov. Phil Murphy’s restrictions on mass outdoor gatherings. […]

Franklin High School Begins Modified In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Franklin High School Begins Modified In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

The first 182 members of the Franklin High School Class of 2020 graduated July 13, although not in the manner they envisioned last September. Coronavirus concerns nearly scotched any semblance of a traditional graduation; district and school officials initially crafted a “virtual” ceremony with no “in-person” component. But Gov. Phil Murphy’s recent Executive Orders allowing […]

Warriors On The Academic Move

Warriors On The Academic Move

Cedar Crest College celebrated the Class of 2020 virtually this year by providing students with a message from President Elizabeth Meade, posting online pictures, and creating a website dedicated to the graduates. The website can be found by visiting: https://www.cedarcrest.edu/may9/index.shtm. Hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students graduated. Marissa Madson, of Somerset, graduated with a degree in […]

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