Kindergarten Registration for 2014-15
Announcement: Late registrations for Kindergarten students will be done by appointment only in the Administration Building. To be eligible for enrollment, children must be 5 years old on or before October 1, 2014, and must reside in the Township of Franklin or the Borough of Newfield. Parents/guardians will be called to schedule an appointment after completing the online pre-registration. For more information and to complete the online pre-registration, please click here.
Registration for Transfer Students for 2014-15
Registrations for all students transferring into our school district for the 2014-15 school year will be done by appointment only in the Administration Building. We are enrolling students who live in the Township of Franklin or the Borough of Newfield. Parents/Guardians will be called to schedule an appointment after completing the online pre-registration. For more information and to complete the online pre-registration, please click here.
Christie Administration Announces Township of Franklin Public Schools (Gloucester County) to Receive More Than $1 Million in Grant Funding from the New Jersey Schools Development Authority
Trenton, NJ – Furthering the Christie Administration’s commitment to support critical school improvement projects in New Jersey, the Schools Development Authority (SDA) today announced that a grant has recently been executed for the Township of Franklin Public Schools through the SDA’s Regular Operating District (ROD) grant program. Grant execution signifies completion of the application process […]
The Township of Franklin Public School District will be managing the transportation of our own students for the 2014-2015 school year. With this change, the times of operation for the District’s three schools needed to be adjusted. The following are the school bell times for the 2014-2015 school year: o Caroline L. Reutter………7:25 a.m.-2:10 p.m. […]
On Wednesday, June 4, 2014 the Franklin Twp. bus drivers will be running “test runs” of next year’s transportation routes. This is in efforts to maximize efficiency and minimize student ride time. The drivers will simulate actual drop off and pickups. This is only a test and will not involve any students.
Marking Period 3 All-Stars were treated to a special BINGO rewards party.
The fifth grade classes at Reutter School celebrated Read Across America by having several special guests read stories to their homeroom classes. Students also had a meet-and-greet with the “Cat in the Hat”.
On May 2, the student council organized a pep rally focused on the NJ ASK and the school’s character development program. Students reviewed key concept strategies for the upcoming NJ ASK assessment and entertained students with dances focusing on goal setting and character development. The event was concluded with a display of the school’s new […]