Due to a second positive Covid case in the building, the DOH is recommending we move to remote learning for two weeks starting tomorrow. Students will return February 4th. An email was sent to all families.
2 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Reminder!! Below is the schedule for this week Tuesday - B cohort in person Wednesday - A cohort in person Thursday - A cohort in person Friday - B cohort in person.
5 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Marking period 2 ends Friday, January 29th. Finish strong.
10 days ago, Amy Librizzi
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All students will return to the in person hybrid schedule beginning on Monday, January 11th. A more detailed letter has been emailed to all parents and staff.
15 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Good evening Frankford Families, I hope everyone enjoyed their winter break. I just wanted to remind everyone that this week we will be following our fully remote schedule. We hope to be back to the hybrid schedule next week. Regards, Mr. Hirsch
20 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Reminder: Tomorrow, Wednesday, December 23rd we will be following an early dismissal schedule. Happy Holidays!
about 1 month ago, Braden Hirsch
School will begin at the normal time for in person and remote learners tomorrow. Cohort B should report for in person learning.
about 1 month ago, Braden Hirsch
The Frankford School will be closed on Thursday, December 17th for in person and remote learning due to the inclement weather.
about 1 month ago, Braden Hirsch
Please be aware that Google is having Worldwide issues. It is glitchy at times since early this morning.
about 1 month ago, Braden Hirsch
Grades 4-8 As we transition back into in-person learning today, it is critical that we maintain the whole class check-in process regardless of cohort day. This will endure the following: - keep that expectation the same for our students. (every period- every day) - maintain the ability for teachers to keep whole class lessons should they choose at points in the unit -make sure students understand the independent learning assignment before releasing them -maintain the most accurate attendance for us and parents -gives teachers the flexibility to ebb and flow between small group and whole-class instruction, activities, and assessments.
about 1 month ago, Amy Librizzi
We plan on moving back to Hybrid learning on Monday as long as the county doesn't move into the red phase. The DOH report will be out on Thursday afternoon. We will be in touch if anything changes.
about 2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
Reminder.... All students grades 4-8 should be logging in LIVE to each class regardless of cohort for attendance, announcements, questions, directions, and expectations for the day. See our detailed plan in the News page.
about 2 months ago, Amy Librizzi
To The Frankford Twp. Community, The Frankford Twp. Board of Education has remained committed to working alongside the FTEA to find agreement on a new contract. We recognize and appreciate our school, administration, and teachers and the tremendous value they all play in our community, especially in turbulent times such as these. It is our role as a board to listen to their needs while seeking balance to financial responsibilities, which have complex and direct impact to the successful operation of our school, budget and ultimately our students. The NJ statewide aid cuts to education, which began in school year 2017/18, will extend through 2024 and is a total of $1.69 million loss just in our district alone. When contract negotiations began, we knew we would be facing unprecedented financial challenges and now the global pandemic has added further complication. These are realities that cannot go unchecked. We look forward to resuming talks through mediation as requested by the FTEA. It is our goal to continue these important conversations with the FTEA while maintaining our responsibilities to the constraints of school budget and our community taxpayers. Until an agreement is reached, all current contract terms and compensation remain in place. We appreciate now more than ever the ongoing commitment and efforts of our teachers. Ralph Smith President, Frankford Board of Education November 23, 2020
2 months ago, Christopher Lessard
Reminder that tomorrow Wednesday, November 25th the Frankford school will be running an early dismissal schedule. Happy Thanksgiving!
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
MEETING CHANGE NOTICE FRANKFORD BOARD OF EDUCATION for the 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR The annual notice for meeting of the Frankford Board of Education is hereby amended to as follows. Commencing November 23, 2020, all remaining meetings of the Frankford Board of Education will be held in a virtual environment via the ZOOM online meeting platform pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:39-1.1 et sec. and LFN 2020-21. Citizens may accessing the agenda and instructions for connecting to the virtual meetings by visiting the district website at www.frankfordschool.org. The Agenda for the Regular Meetings includes: Call to Order, Roll Call, Sunshine Law Statement, Flag Salute, Approval of Minutes, Correspondence, Approval of Bills, Acceptance of Board Secretary's/ School Treasurer's Reports, Superintendent's Report, Public Comment, and Executive Sessions as needed. Formal action may be taken at regular meetings and the public is invited to attend. FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION Christopher M. Lessard Board Secretary
2 months ago, Christopher Lessard
Reminder to check the website for the link to access tonight's all remote BOE meeting. Or you access it here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84981055755?pwd=SWc5cG53U1BqOGlsWTM3NGUzb2h6Zz09 Meeting ID: 849 8105 5755 Passcode: 4mhVQa
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
Good afternoon, Please note that tomorrow's in person closure is only for Friday. We will address the future as we receive more information. The county did move to an Orange designation today as expected. The DOH expects that to move to Red in the next week or so. Regards, Mr. Hirsch
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
Good afternoon, It has just come to our attention that we have a student with a confirmed case of Covid 19. Due to the amount of staff directly exposed, we are closing the building tomorrow, Friday, November 20th to all in person learning. All students will be home for remote learning. All direct contacts of the student have been notified, isolated, and will quarantine for the required amount of time. We will work closely with the Department of Health and continue to monitor the situation. Regards, Mr. Hirsch
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
Bus Evacuation drills will be held for the next two mornings once the students arrive at school. If you are a middle school parent, please note their may be a short delay in dropping off your students during the next two days.
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch