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Monday, 4/17 - BOOK FAIR,  Yearbook and Track & Field 

Tuesday, 4/18 - BOOK FAIR, Games Club, STEAM Challenge & Yearbook

                           Family Night at the Book Fair 6-8

Wednesday, 4/19 - BOOK FAIR, Student Council, Movement Club,

                                Battle of the Books ¾, and Garden Club

Friday, 4/21 - Wear your Franklin Colors

Red for Autism Awareness

On Friday staff and students will be wearing Red for Autism Awareness Month.  We have displayed information about Autism on our front Bulletin Board (Thank you Mrs. Ramirez and Mrs. Piccirillo).  We will be providing Autism facts over the announcements this week (thank you Mrs. Scaplen).  Finally, we will all wear red on Friday.

 Looking ahead:

May 26- 12:50 Dismissal

May 29 - No School; Memorial Day

June 12- Last Day of School

 Dress Code Information

As the warmer weather approaches, please remind your children about the dress code. Please see the second page for this information. Thanks!


A.  It is Franklin Township School’s intent to maintain an appropriate code of dress which will not infringe upon individual expression yet will uphold an appropriate environment.

B. Clothing shall not constitute a health or safety hazard to the wearer or to others. It shall not be potentially destructive to school property and shall not constitute a disruption to the educational process.

C.  Specific guidelines include:

  1. Outer garments, sunglasses, hats and any headdress, except for medical or religious reasons, are to be kept in the student’s classroom during the day;
  2. Regular shoes (shoes with a back strap) or sneakers must be worn in the building. Bare feet, spiked or cleated footwear, black-heeled boots, which mark or damage floors and footwear that is unsafe or intended for the beach are not permitted in school. Sneakers must be worn in the gymnasium;
  3. Shorts, skirts and dresses must measure no more than three inches above the knee (grades 3-6).
  4. Spaghetti-strap tops or dresses, half-shirts, halter-tops, see-through clothing are not to be worn; three inch shoulder straps are required (grades 3-6).
  5. Face masks, T-shirts or any items that include offensive graphics, inappropriate language, pictures, advertisements or slogans that promote the use of controlled substances, such as alcohol or drugs, are not allowed;
  6. Pants should be worn at or above waist level, and at no time should undergarments of any kind be visible; and

If children are not dressed by this standard, their parent(s)/guardian(s) will be notified and asked to bring in appropriate clothing. Clothing from the Nurse's office may be supplied.