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  • One of Ben Franklin's 3rd Grade Winners

    Eshan Pant won first place and received a medal by mail for the Edison African American History Month's Poetry Contest (held at the Minnie B Veal Community Center on January 18th, 2014). Congratulations!

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  • Awards Assembly 2014

    Students and staff enjoyed a beautiful sunny morning during the Awards Assembly. Awards were given for all that participated in the many clubs we offer at Ben Franklin before, during and after school! We were all "HAPPY"

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  • Thank You PTA 2014

    All the students and staff send out a big thank you to the PTA! We had an awesome year of fun activities! THANKS AGAIN FOR ALL YOU DO!

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  • Fun and Field Day was Fantastic!

    Thank you PTA and all the Volunteers for a terrific day of activities. The weather did not stop the students from having a blast!

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  • Ben Franklin Staff C.A.R.E.S

    Congratulations to Ben Franklin School on winning the "Most Creative T-Shirt Award" from the C.A.R.E. organization. Stacie Afonso and Jenn Coughlin designed these shirts for the C.A.R.E Walk that was held on April 27, 2014. Thank you to everyone who supported this worthy cause!

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Benjamin Franklin School's Free School Library Summer Program
 
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Welcome to Benjamin Franklin

At Benjamin Franklin School we value our tradition of excellence. Our goal is to develop and shape our students into passionate, confident, life long learners who have competence and strength of character. We want them to realize their aspirations and be prepared to contribute to a diverse and ever changing world.
 
The scope and magnitude of our responsibilities to our students, their parents, and the community, are infinite. Our words, actions and inactions have a profound impact on the lives we are responsible for. It is, therefore, that we offer nothing less than our best every day to succeed in providing everything we can in “making a difference”.
 
At Ben Franklin, students are taught that "Ability can take you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there!” Our ability to work together will make a difference in the lives of our children.
 
Steve Preville
Principal
 
 
 
 

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