FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING CHANGE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the agenda and start time for the Frankford Township Board of Education meeting originally scheduled for 6pm on Monday, February 28, 2022 has modified. The board of education meeting will commence with a board goal-setting meeting in public at 5pm in the school library of the Frankford Twp. School located at 2 Pines Road, Branchville, NJ 07826. The goal-setting portion of the meeting will be followed by the previously scheduled regular meeting at or about 6:30pm at which time the Board of Education will adjourn to the gymnasium to conduct the regular meeting agenda. Official action may be taken during the regular agenda portion of the meeting and public is invited to attend. Christopher Lessard Board Secretary
The 7th grade students got to test fly their remote control airplanes and drones in the snow on Friday resulting in a few successful flights of both the airplanes and drones.
Please follow the link below for a message from the Frankford Board of Education Communications Committee. https://5il.co/14wyl Christopher Lessard School Business Administrator/Board Secretary
Practice shots - Members of the Yearbook Club practiced using the digital cameras during the girl's basketball practice on Tuesday!
Obstacle course for all grades in PE today!
The girls JV basketball team won against Charter 8-2. Leah Romash led the team with 4 points. Natalia Thorton and Ashley Schell each scored 2 points for the team. This win was assisted by tough defense by the whole team. The JV team had an overall winning season with 5 wins and 3 losses.
The girl's varsity basketball team won a very physical game against Charter 26 - 14. The girls were led by Claire Sieminski (8pts.), Dihllyn Feichtl (8pts.), Maria Kozlowski (6pts.), Kendall Strehl (2pts.) and Juliette Matti (2pts.).
The girls JV basketball team won against Lafayette 17-1. Paige Birchenough led the team with 8 points followed by Siona Fredericks with 4 points, Leah Romash with 3 points and Madi Vance with 2 points. The team goes into their last game on Wednesday against Charter at home with a record of 3 wins and 3 losses.
The girls lost a hard fought battle to Lafayette 21 - 19. The girls were led by Claire Syminski (10pts.), Maria Koslowski ( 6pts.), Kendall Strehl ( 2pts.) and Dihliyn Feichtl (1pt.)
The boys JV basketball team ended their season on Monday night with a dramatic 17-17 tie against Lafayette. Both teams hit shots in the final seconds of the game to keep it tied. Tyler Emma scored 9 points, Jacob Lubchansky scored 6 points, and Holden Bosma scored 2 points. The JV Bulldogs finish the season with a record of 4 wins, 3 losses and 1 tie. Great season boys!
Sixth grade scientists exploring Newton’s Laws of Motion🍎
Our Internet is down in some of the classrooms. We are working on trying to find a solution. Happy Monday!
Seventh grade scientists exploring chemical changes👩🔬
Grade 7 drones and airplane builds off to a good start. Hope to be flying soon if we can get a day nice day without too much wind.
Today's delayed opening schedule: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wbIyduuminvY4L8qUveA3C-6WdpOHheeDIqQJKo-HIw/edit?usp=sharing
Mr. D’Ambrosi teaches origami to some of the fifth grade students.
The boys JV basketball team defeated Kittatinny 34-9. It was a great team effort that led the Bulldogs to victory! The JV record is now 4 wins and 1 loss.
Please see a message linked below from the Frankford Board of Education Communications Committee. https://5il.co/13sb8 Christopher Lessard School Business Administrator, board Secretary
AMAZING 6th Grade Holiday Spirit singing and dancing to old favorites! Feliz Navidad 🎄
Santa’s sleigh broke down! Can you make a parachute to help him land safely? Mrs. Storch’s students sure are trying!