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District Mission Statement
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.

Main Road School

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Welcome Back!
Welcome Back to School-2014-2015 425 children entered the doors of Main Road School on Thursday, September 4th and were treated to two full days of academics.  On Friday, September 5th, the students had their first fire drill.  They were able to evacuate the building in 2 minutes and 21 seconds.  Mr. Dantinne also met with […]
School Supply Lists for 2014-2015
Main Road School Grade 3 and 4 2014-2015 School Supplies Students entering 3rd/4th grade in September 2014 should have the following items: 1 plastic pencil box (4 ¾ inches by 8 inches is the recommended approximate size) 1 pair of scissors 1 highlighter 3 “pocket folders” 6 #2 pencils with erasers 1 small hand sanitizer […]
2014-2015 School Times
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. […]
Action News Meteorologist Chris Sowers Visits Main Road School
4th graders at Main Road School were treated to a visit from Action News Meteorologist Chris Sowers on Friday, May 30th.  Mr. Sowers presented a Powerpoint lesson to the 4th grade students describing different types of weather, cloud formations, weather patterns and fronts, and examples of extreme weather.  The children were offered a Q&A session at […]
Guest Reader–Ms.Wodarczyk
Students in Mrs. Wagner’s, Miss Korbach’s and Mrs. Colonna’s classes joined together to enjoy listening to stories read by their favorite librarian visitor, Ms. Ann Wodarczyk.  As they heard many amazing stories, they practiced the skills of inferring and making predictions.  Ms. Wodarczyk is an expert expressive reader who uses inflection to build suspense.
Mrs. Freund’s Project Think “Egg Drop”
Fourth graders from Mrs. Freund’s Project Think class recently held an “Egg Drop” at Main Road School.  Students were challenged to create a container that would protect the egg as it was dropped to the ground.  This year, the children took the project to new heights with the help of Forest Grove Fire Department’s ladder […]
“It’s Electric”–in Mrs. Scott’s 4th Grade Science Class
Students in Mrs. Scott’s fourth grade classroom recently practiced their investigative skills in science by working in teams to build electrical circuits. After making predictions, they then tested various materials to determine if they were conductors or insulators.