Words of Wisdom- Each day students
and staff members volunteer to read the
morning announcements and encouraging
messages. Contact Miss Minimi to sign up
for the morning announcements.
BackPack Program- Franklin Borough
School participates in Newton Social
Services Departmentís BackPack Program.
This program provides 2 breakfasts, 2
lunches, and a few snacks for the
weekend. Students pick up their bags on
Friday afternoon. If you are interested
in participating, please contact Miss
Inspiring Youth program began on
Tuesday, January 10th for 5th and 6th
graders and will continue every Tuesday
through March 7th. The group meets one
time each week where they learn to
develop leadership and cooperation
media portion of the Altitude Club
will be held during 8th grade lunch on
Thursdays for 8th graders only. Any 8th
grader who would like to participate in
the Altitude Club should report to the
art room during lunch on Thursdays.
Altitude workshops will be held February
14th, 15th, and 16th during second
period in the auditorium.
Teen CAP program is starting up
soon! The parent meeting will be held on
February 28th at 7:00 p.m. in the school
library. The program will be held for
students on March 6th, 7th, and 8th for
8th graders only.
PALS club is for 5-8th grade
students who may help out the
preschool-4th grade students during
their lunch period. The schedule changes
every two weeks. If a studentís name is
not on this schedule, he/she will be
Weíre Not Buying It (WNBI) is a
6-week substance abuse prevention
program that focuses on developing media
literacy skills among middle school
students. Representatives from the
Center for Prevention and Counseling
conduct the program for 6th graders.
WNBI began on January 20th and will
continue every Friday until February