The Difference Pride Makes

Announcements

  • In recognition of his service and leadership, Mr. Braden Hirsch has been named Sussex County Superintendent of the Year 2019/2020.

    CONGRATULATIONS MR. HIRSCH!

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  • Graduation

    CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2019!

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  •   THINGS COMING UP! 

    • 9/3/19 and 9/4/19 Teacher In Service
    • 9/5/19 First Day for Students!
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  • STAFF MEMBER OF THE MONTH!

    The following staff members have been recognized for their positive interaction with students, staff, parents and the community at large.

    • September 2018 - David Larsen, Custodian
    • October 2018 - Ronny DiFranco, Secretary
    • November 2018 - Amy Librizzi, Middle School Principal
    • December 2018 - Judy Eldred ("MISS JUDY"), Bus Driver
    • January 2019 - Courtney Noone, Teacher Grade 2
    • February 2019 - Vanessa Chegwidden, Teacher Special Education
    • March 2019 - Richard Dispenziere, Teacher Music/Band
    • April 2019  - Cheryl Steiger, MLOA Replacement Teacher/Middle School
    • May/June 2019 - The Cafeteria Staff: Diane Robbins, Theresa Brady, Kim Champignon, Doreen Beauvais
     
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HIB INFORMATION

  • HIB TEAM

    Mr. Valle serves as the district's anti-bullying coordinator. He can be reached at (973)948-3727 x 228). Mrs. Pistone (x 210) and Mrs. Ripatrazone (x 222) serve as the anti-bullying specialists. The HIB team is happy to work with our students, families, and staff to ensure that Frankford Township School remains an optimal place for students to learn and grow. Please contact them at any time.

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  • HIB QUICK REFERENCE SHEET

    This quick reference sheet has been provided for families and community members to access the most pertinent HIB information.

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  • HIB POLICY

    Follow this link to access the HIB Policy.

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  • HIB SCORE

    Frankford Township School District prides itself on maintaining a positive school climate and continues to make the prevention of bullying a top priority. On our most recent Harrassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) self-assessment, our district was proud to earn a score of 72. A perfect score on this assessment, in which every category exceeds expectations, is a 78. A score in which every category meets expectations is 52. We continue to seek ways to build an optimal learning environment for our students and look forward to working together to prevent incidents of HIB from occurring by proactively fostering a strong learning culture and promoting positive relationship building.

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