At a Glance
School Hours: 8:50 A.M. to 3:20 P.M.
Main Office Hours: 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Delayed Opening Start Time: 10:50 A.M. Early Dismissal: 1:40 P.M.
Mr. Brian Hamer, Principal
Mrs. Maureen Tremper, Secretary xt. 2502 Mrs. Jean Mulch, Secretary xt. 2503
Mrs. Gail LaCosta, Guidance Counselor xt. 2505 Mrs. Melissa Phillips, Nurse xt. 2504
Main Office: 973-584-5549 FAX: 973-252-1151
Attendance Line: 973-584-1643
How to place your child's absence in Genesis/Cómo ubicar la ausencia de su hijo en Génesis
Genesis Change of Day Pick Up/Como Cambiar La Recogida Diariap
2022-2023 Franklin School Classroom Supply Lists
Kindergarten Supply List
Grade 1 Supply List
Grade 2 Supply List
Grade 3 Supply List
Grade 4 Supply List
Reporting an Absence
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How to place your child's absence in Genesis
A Informar una ausencia en Genesis:
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June 12, 2023
7:30 PM Board of Education Meeting
June 13, 2023
1:20 PM - 1:30 PM 4th Grade Clap Out
June 15, 2023
June 26, 2023
7:30 PM Board of Education Meeting
June 28, 2023
It is with the utmost pride and enthusiasm that I introduce myself as the Principal of Franklin Elementary School. I have been fortunate enough to work in education for 14 years and served as the Assistant Principal of Lincoln Roosevelt School from January 2019 until February 2022. As an educator, I firmly believe that a collaboration between school, home, and community is a key component to the success of all students. By working together, students will receive the support they need to not only to succeed academically but also socially and emotionally. Especially at this level, my goal as an administrator is to provide all of the students at Franklin Elementary School with a setting that is nurturing of all learning needs. When students know that they are valued in a school setting, they have the best chance to succeed. If there are ever any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out so that we can discuss ways to help your child.
Mr. Brian Hamer
Record-Breaking Twenty-Four Roxbury Students Make All-State Honors Choir
Twenty-four Roxbury High School Choir students were selected to the New Jersey All-State Honors Choir, the most in the history of the school. This prestigious ensemble is made up of the top singers from across the state of New Jersey. Roxbury also had nine students place in the top ten of their voice part.
Roxbury High School Choirs Bring Home Gold
Seven choirs from Roxbury High School traveled to Hershey, PA the first weekend in May to compete in the Heritage Festival. The choirs took home five first-place trophies and two second-place, achieved seven superior ratings, and won the Best Overall Choir Award for Revelation.
Roxbury HS Announces Third Marking Period Honor Rolls
Roxbury High School announces the students who have earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the third marking period of the 2022/2023 school year. Students must have earned all grades 90 or above on their third marking period report cards to qualify for high honor roll and students must have earned all grades 80 or above on their third marking period report cards to earn the status of honor roll.
Roxbury Schools Announces New Superintendent
The Roxbury Township Board of Education is very pleased to report that at the Monday, May 8th Board of Education meeting it unanimously passed the appointment of Dr. Frank Santora as the district’s next Superintendent of Schools.
Eisenhower MS Announces Third Marking Period Honor Rolls
Eisenhower Middle School announces the students who have earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the third marking period of the 2022/2023 school year. Students must have earned all A’s on their third marking period report card to qualify for high honor roll. Students must have a combination of A’s and B’s on their third marking period report card to earn the status of honor roll.