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The Frankford Township School will hold Kindergarten Registration for the 2020/2021 school year on February 19th, 20th and 25th from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in Room 21. Beginning Monday, February 3rd, please call the elementary school office at 973-948-3727, ext. 201 to set up an appointment.
Any incoming Kindergarten student must be five years of age on or before October 1, 2020 and must be present for registration. At that time, parent or guardian must furnish the child’s birth certificate, proof of residency in Frankford Township or the Borough of Branchville, and an updated immunization record. The school requires a complete physical examination, done by the child’s physician, before September of the new school year.
If you are a township or borough resident and have a child who did not attend the kindergarten program at Frankford Township School, but will be attending the first grade program in September 2020, you must contact the elementary office for registration no later than May 1, 2020.
CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Elizabeth Culmone, Teacher Middle School DSP, who has been chosen as the recipient of the 2019/2020 Governor's Educator of the Year and Mrs. Marissa Melone, Paraprofessional, who has been chosen as the recipient of the 2019/2020 Governor's Education Services Professional of the Year! Both Mrs. Culmone and Mrs. Melone may participate in the chance to compete for County, State and National recognition!
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.
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.