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Reutter School February 2016 Newsletter
2016 February Parent Newsletter

Congratulations to Mrs. Michele Busler, Reutter School Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to Mrs. Michele Busler for being selected as the 2016 Caroline L. Reutter School Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Busler has devoted herself to the education of Township of Franklin students over the past twelve years; teaching at both the Main Road School and currently at the Caroline L. Reutter School as a sixth […]

CLR Parent Conferences
Dear Parents (s)/Guardian: On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 3:15 PM – 6:15 PM, the Caroline L. Reutter School will be holding its annual winter parent conferences.  Parent conferences are an integral part of a child’s educational experience while at school by instilling a consistent method of communication to occur between teachers and parents.  Parents […]

Reutter School Talent Show 2016
Over one quarter of the student body participated in this year’s sixth annual CL Reutter School talent show on January 28 at Delsea Reg. High School.   A variety of  talents were on display that evening through the 39 different performances ranging from dancing / gymnastics, singing, and drawing.  Great job to all of the participants! […]

Student Council Presents at the TFPS Board of Education Meeting
  During the January Board of Education meeting, Sixth Grade Student Council Representatives Leah Marsh (Left) and Rylee Savage (Right) highlighted the instructional, service learning, and community-building programs that occurred at Reutter School over the course of December and January.  

Winter Fun In Sixth Grade Science Class
By: Alexandra King, 6th Grade Student In Ms. Miller’s science class this week, we did really cool experiments while working through the Scientific Method. Out of pipe cleaners, we made snowflakes and crystallized them. We did this by mixing water and Borax, a laundry detergent like substance, together. After that we made what we all […]

Social Studies Lessons in Sixth Grade
The students in Mrs. Klepac’s Sixth Grade Social Studies classes created their own unique countries.  Working in groups of 2-4 students, they experienced the difficult task of compromising while forming their “perfect” countries.  Each group included a preamble, type of government, National Holiday, and map (containing natural landforms, monuments, etc.) in their completed projects. The Sixth […]


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