The Frankford Township School District will be implementing a fully remote schedule today, Monday, February 22nd.
6 days ago, Braden Hirsch
This year graduation gowns will be ordered thru Josten's via the link below no later than Friday, Feb. 26, 2021. If your child will be wearing their brother/sister/friends gown there is no need to click on the link. Please let Mrs. Grablutz know that via email. The cost of the gown is $17.50 and payment is not due until the gowns are delivered to the school. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me at grablutzp@frankfordschool.org or 973-948-3727, ext. 223. https://jostensnj.typeform.com/to/XGCOIN0v
9 days ago, Amy Librizzi
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The Frankford Township school district will be implementing the fully remote teaching and learning schedule for Friday, February 19th.
10 days ago, Braden Hirsch
The Frankford Township School District will be running a fully remote teaching and learning schedule for Thursday, February 18th due to the inclement weather. Happy shoveling!
11 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Frankford will be following the 90 minute delay schedule for Tuesday, February 16th. If this changes, we will be in touch in the AM.
13 days ago, Braden Hirsch
The Frankford Township school district will be moving to a remote learning and teaching day for Tuesday, February 9th, due to the inclement weather.
20 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Reminder: "A" cohort students are in person tomorrow.
25 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Good evening. This is a reminder that tomorrow will be a remote learning day for Cohort A students. Both cohorts should check into classes for their expectations for the day. Stay safe!
26 days ago, Amy Librizzi
Good evening. We will be following an early dismissal schedule. The schedule will be emailed to everyone. More information will be in the email. Sending out shortly.
27 days ago, Braden Hirsch
Tomorrow the Frankford school will be closed for a traditional snow day. We will make a decision on Monday evening about what to do with Tuesday. We hope to have a remote learning day on Tuesday and then a remote day for the A cohort on Wednesday. Much of that decision will be based on whether or not there will be power outages. Have a great evening and happy shoveling!
28 days ago, Braden Hirsch
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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, Braden Hirsch
Marking period 2 ends Friday, January 29th. Finish strong.
about 2 months 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.
about 2 months 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
about 2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
Reminder: Tomorrow, Wednesday, December 23rd we will be following an early dismissal schedule. Happy Holidays!
2 months 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.
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
The Frankford School will be closed on Thursday, December 17th for in person and remote learning due to the inclement weather.
2 months ago, Braden Hirsch
Please be aware that Google is having Worldwide issues. It is glitchy at times since early this morning.
3 months 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.
3 months ago, Amy Librizzi