226 Quakertown Road
PO Box 368
Quakertown, NJ 08868
Phone: 908-735-7929
Fax: 908-735-0368

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    S.T.E.A.M Projects

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    6th Grade S.T.E.A.M.

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    7th Grade Science Class

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    Middle School Social Studies

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    4th Graders

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Upcoming Events
Picture Retakes
NJEA Convention - School/Offices Closed
NJEA Convention - School/Offices Closed
Parent Teacher Conferences - School Closed
Parent Teacher Conferences - School Closed
Full Calendar

Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Franklin Township School, in partnership with the entire community, is to educate all students to the fullest extent of their individual capabilities, to foster a desire for excellence and prepare students to succeed in future educational endeavors, in order to become responsible, respectful members in a democratic society.

Back to School Night 2021
Online Textbooks
Zoom Hallway
Parent Portal
Student Portal
Paperless Backpack
Photo Gallery
Student Council
School Choice
Use of Facilities

HIB Policies

Harassment and Bullying
Policy 5131-1 (pdf)

     Anti-Bullying Coordinator
     Lindsay Gooditis

     Anti-Bullying Specialist
     Karin Stumpf

Budget Information

21-22 User Friendly Budget
21-22 Budget Presentation

Important Information


 Office Hours

Monday - Friday

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
This institution is an equal opportunity provider



News & Announcements

2021-22 FTS Emergency Virtual or Remote Instruction Programs (pdf)
Chromebook Insurance
Yearbook Order Form (pdf)
FTS Safe Return Plan 2021-22 (pdf)
School Calendar 2021-2022
Strategic Planning
The Franklin Township School Board of Education approved the 5-Year (2018-2023) Strategic Plan on November 19, 2018.
North Hunterdon Voorhees Regional School District Demographic Study
Common Sense - Education
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State Reports