- Frankford Township School provides educational
services for children in grades Pre-K through 8. The
mission of our school is to provide an
environment that allows each student to become a productive
and responsible citizen. This is accomplished by
providing students with the self-esteem and skills necessary
to make their performance a credit to themselves and to
society. - Handbook -
Schedule- User Friendly Budget
- Board Goals
FTS NEWS BLOG
School Registration:For information about the upcoming nursery school
registration and lottery for placement in the 2013/2014
program, please click here.
Community Newsletter:Click here
to access Frankford Township School's Community
Newsletter. Frankfordian Hits the Press:
Catch up on the latest FTS news and events with the Frankfordian
Spring 2013 Edition. Featured articles
include the Fun Run, charitable art work, sports
updates, Egyptian Day, and much more!
Bulldogs Hit the Dance Floor:
Come support our students and teachers dancing for a
great cause at the
"Best Dance Crew"
to be held June 6th at 7pm in the FTS gym.
Admission is $3.00 for adults/$2.00 for students.
All proceeds will benefit Father John's Animal House.
November School Board/General Election:
There are three 3-year seats available for the November
School Board Election. Registered voters of
Frankford Township or Branchville Borough are invited to
file a petition to be placed on the ballot in November.
Petitions are due to the Sussex County Clerk by June 4,
2013 @ 4pm. Petitions are available from any FTS
administrative office or can be downloaded here. Science Fair Results: Congratulations to all the
participants in Frankford's Annual 8th Grade Science
Fair. This year's
were Riley Melone (1st place), Michaela McKernan (2nd
place), and Chris DeLima (3rd place). Flower Sale:
Frankford's H.E.L.P. Foundation is selling spring
flowers during the month of May. Please fill out
the order form
for your flowers, and send it to Emily Vesper, Nancy
Price, or Liz Yaden by May 29th. Pick-up will
begin on May 1st at Augusta Hill Farms. Thanks for
FEATURED VIDEO The FTEA Pride Committee created this video to showcase some
of what makes Frankford Township School an incredible place to
learn and grow!
School continues to be a place where harassment,
intimidation, and bullying are not tolerated.
Information on how our school handles HIB concerns can
be found in the HIB Policy and New Jersey's
Implementing the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. Mrs. Monica Orr: Anti-Bullying Coordinator (ext. 228
firstname.lastname@example.org) Mrs. Jessica Pistone:
Anti-Bullying Specialist (Elementary School ~ ext. 210 ~
email@example.com) Mrs. Karen Morschauser:
Anti-Bullying Specialist (Middle School ~ ext. 222 ~
The future belongs to those who
believe in the beauty of their dreams. - Eleanor Roosevelt