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The mission of the Township of Franklin Public Schools is to develop the unique potential of each individual student and create global learners through a challenging and diverse curriculum in a positive learning climate that promotes the development of the whole child and fosters respect for all students.

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Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Mrs. Anne Fisch who has been named as Mary F. Janvier Elementary School’s Teacher of the Year!  Mrs. Fisch has enjoyed teaching Kindergarten for the past 20 years and in that time, she has been influential in establishing a strong academic foundation for numerous children.  Pictured with Mrs. Fisch is Mary F. Janvier […]
Mary F. Janvier School Student of the Month for December 2014-Kindergarten
Students pictured from left to right: Everett Cutter, Vanessa Tyran, Zoe Ellis, Jordan Polillo, Kathryn Auge, Zachary Hudson, Addison Power, and Liam Sinclair.
Mary F. Janvier School Student of the Month for December 2014-First Grade
Students pictured from left to right: Alaina Sauro, Joshua Seiler, Blaise Leonardo, Korey Morton, Sean Rauchfuss, Max Ruiz, and Lea Coia.
Mary F. Janvier School Student of the Month for December 2014-Second Grade
Students pictured from left to right: Travis Wawrzyniak, Tashean Thomas, Dominique Chamberlin, Julia Gaetano, Sophia Taylor, Laney Vecchio, and Willie Bonds.
Kindergarteners Explore the Polar Express
Just before the Winter break, Kindergarten students at Mary F. Janvier Elementary participated in numerous Polar Express themed activities.  Kindergarten teachers transformed the hallway into a winter scene that was complete with a blizzard of snowflakes and Polar Express train tracks. The children and their teachers had fun connecting story elements in an active, authentic manner.
Miss Gloucester County Visits Mary F. Janvier
Brenna Weick, Miss Gloucester County came to discuss the importance of kindness with Janvier Second Grade students. Ms. Weick discussed the importance of volunteering with the students and read a story about kindness.  Mrs. Monaghan and Mrs. Szalabofka then assisted the students in creating holiday cards, which will be delivered by Ms. Weick to children in Cooper Hospital.
Teacher of the Year Nomination Form
  Twp. of Franklin Schools Teacher of the Year Program – Nomination Form The New Jersey Department of Education announced a new format for selecting the Governor’s Award for Outstanding Educator of the Year. The Township of Franklin Public School District would like to acknowledge one teacher from each school, as well as one educational […]
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