• Week of Respect

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  • Safe Halloween 2018

    Safe Halloween 2018 will be somewhat similar to previous years.  The locations will be the Events Lobby, Cafeteria and other areas as needed.  I will circulate a map of designated areas at a later date.  As usual, send me the following info- (example below)
    Student Government- Freedman- NO MORE THAN 10 KIDS, Games or item you club will do
    The club advisor must be present. If you cannot be present, please, do not sign your club up to participate.  If you cannot be there for the entire time do not sign your club up. 
    Clubs will not be allowed to set up without an advisor present.  Limit the amount of club members present as we are in 1 area and not in separate rooms.  
    Wednesday, October 31st 
    Event- 4-6pm. 
    Set-up 3:30-4.  After Conference- Please allow the custodians time to move chairs and tables.
    Clean-up 6 to clean.


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  • Job Fair

    On Wednesday, April 18th from 3PM—7PM at The Imperia on Easton Ave in Somerset, New Jersey, Assemblyman Joe Danielsen of the 17th Legislative District will be hosting his Annual Free Job Fair. If students are looking for internships or summer jobs they are more than welcome to attend.  Attached is a Job Fair flyer with more information.


    Job Fair 2018 Flyer General1.pdf

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  • FHS College & Career Night

    Please join us this Thursday, March 29, 2018 for Franklin High School's Annual College & Career Night. The event will be held in the FHS Cafeteria and Events Lobby from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. All students and parents are invited to attend to learn more about what over 100 colleges, technical schools, universities and institutes have to offer. 

    The attachment below indicates the schools/programs have RSVP'd Yes for the event. The table numbers are subject to change. You will be provided an updated list and map on the day of the event!

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  • Outward Bound Program at FHS


    On Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 11:00am, members from Outward Bound will be visiting FHS to speak with sophomores to promote their summer program. If you are interested in learning more about this program from the representatives as well as students from FHS that have attended in previous years - please sign up on Naviance under College Visits or reach out to jswan@franklinboe.org.


    What is Outward Bound?

    It is a 14 day Outward Bound expedition featuring backpacking, rock climbing and canoeing in and around the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This course is designed for rising sophomores that are looking to develop as leaders: young people who are eager to face new challenges and are open to discovering the lifelong benefits and perspectives that wilderness travel with Outward Bound offers.

    Selection as a member of the crew of the NJ Youth Leadership Corps is both an honor and a privilege. Two crews of up to 12 participants each will embark on 14-day leadership skill-focused Outward Bound expeditions in some of the East Coast’s most pristine wilderness areas. The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area encompasses 67,000 acres of mountain ridge, forest and floodplain on both sides of the Delaware River in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. From the southern end of the park, you can view the S-shaped chasm of the Delaware Water Gap, where the river cuts a twisting path through 1,400-foot Kittatinny Ridge. Within the river watershed, you’ll discover steep wooded-and-rock slopes, dark hallows, tinsel-like ravines and tumbling waterfalls. Most of this hiking terrain is protected from logging and development and offers both pristine and established camping, rushing waterfalls, twisting streams and spectacular views from rocky summits. Your wilderness classroom features mountains and trails within the Delaware Water Gap, including 40 miles of the Appalachian Trail and several historic peaks: Mt. Minsi, Mt. Tammany and the Kittatinny Ridge. 




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