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Franklin District and Curriculum

The Mission of the Franklin Township Public Schools is to provide excellent educational opportunities that meet or exceed New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for all students. Franklin strives to provide an educational environment which recognizes the value in all students, helps them to perform to their greatest potential, and prepares them for a successful life beyond graduation.

We currently cover the following Franklin-area school district: Franklin Township Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Franklin District Curriculum

Mathematics instruction at Franklin also aims to prepare students for real-world work and success. Students in elementary school learn basic mathematical operations and applications in the areas of the number system, geometry, measurements, fractions, decimals, percentages and algebraic thinking. Later, students learn more advanced operations and applications in geometry and algebraic thinking, as well as in numeric expression and functions.

Language Arts instruction, beginning in elementary school, is designed to promote literacy in the five key areas of reading, writing, speaking, listening and language. Students learn from a variety of texts, such as fiction and non-fiction, poetry, plays and essays. The 7-12 English/Language Arts program is dedicated to preparing students to be literate contributing members of a global 21st Century society. Students are exposed to a variety of themes, genre, and writing modes and an emphasis is placed on reading and writing for a variety of purposes.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Franklin Educational News

  • Curriculum Philosophy - The district provides a comprehensive overview of the goals of the curriculum within each subject. The overarching expectations and additional pointers to help both educators and parents prepare their children to meet the learning expectations are provided.
  • College Planning Resources - The districts' guidance department has compiled a well-organized site for college research and planning purposes. There is information on scholarships, taking the SAT or ACT, programs like Outward Bound, and many other opportunities for students at the high school level.
  • Basketball Wizard - Former Franklin resident, Dwayne Swoop Simpson, who now plays for the Harlem Wizards, appeared at Pine Grove Elementary earlier this month. Swoop’s visit to the students of Franklin Township Public Schools was a preview to a tournament between the Wizards and the Franklin Warriors.

Franklin Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Blogs in the Classroom

Blogs are a great platform for people to share information in virtually any area of interest. With student literacy in technology growing exponentially, blogs can be an invaluable tool in the classroom. Students can learn to use the blog tools with little instruction and can get to work posting right away. Blogs allow for students to upload their written work, artwork and musical creations as well as other items of interest. Students can also create tags for the specific areas in which they are posting. Blogs are also easily shared and “followed.” Using blogs in the classroom is a good way for students to express their creativity.

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