Franklin Township Board of Education Meeting

Board of Education Meeting has been moved from Franklin High School Cafeteria, 500 Elizabeth Avenue, to 415 Francis Street Closed Session 6:30 pm ~ Public Session 7:30 pm.

Closed session to discuss safety and security personnel. Click herepdf for notice. 

Thu, March 22
7:30 pm — 9:30 pm
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Board of Education Meeting has been moved from Franklin High School Cafeteria, 500 Elizabeth Avenue, to 415 Francis Street Closed Session 6:30 pm ~ Public Session 7:30 pm.

Closed session to discuss safety and security personnel. Click here for notice.

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415 Francis Street
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