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Franklin School Memories 2011

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FC: Class of 2011 Franklin School Memories

1: A Message from Principal Salvatore Cusmano.... In observance of the recent Memorial Day holiday, you, our sixth graders, penned remembrances of America's military heroes, including this one: " A day to remember the brave heroes that lost their lives in war. Let us forever honor their courage and patriotism. At a ceremony in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, President Abraham Lincoln also honored American soldiers, both the fallen and the living of the Battle of Gettysburg. President Lincoln affirmed that we should honor soldiers in words, but he also emphasized that we must honor them through our actions. At that time, President Lincoln was specifically referring to the "unfinished work" of preserving the United States as one undivided nation. "...that this nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth." In a very real sense, we today must also resolve to uphold the blessings of our democracy. Although you are presently only sixth graders moving up to seventh grade, you , along with every other American, have a civic duty to strive for excellence in every pursuit. For now that means that you must dedicate yourself to becoming as proficient as possible in all academic areas and to live peaceably with everyone. Today, you are dependent on us adults to support and nurture you, but in the not too distant future you will be supporting us. For better or worse, depending on the decisions that you make, you will one day be the driving force of our economy and the leaders of our government. It is no exaggeration to say that the future of our great country rests upon your shoulders. To paraphrase President Lincoln, it is altogether fitting and proper that we now celebrate the culmination of your education here at Franklin School and your moving up to Saddle Brook Middle School. Four our school staff it has been a joyous labor of love to be pa part of molding you into all that you can be, and we pray for your continued growth and development. Whatever you may endeavor, in school, in relationships and , one day , at work, pursue excellence. Dedicate yourself to the great task remaining before you , completion of your unfinished education, and increase your devotion to that cause. In so doing, you will nobly protect and advance our political and economic freedom and you will indeed forever honor the courage and patriotism of all who have ever served the United States. Remember, we adults are all depending on you!

2: Kindergarten

3: First Grade

4: Second Grade

6: Third Grade

7: Fourth Grade

9: Fifth Grade

10: Fifth Grade Wax Museum

12: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 1. Desiree Ahumada 2. Kiara Amante 3. Joseph Astengo 4. Raymond Menoscal 5. Jaelene Palao 6. Shelby Wise 7. Chris Greff 8. Bryanna Green 9. Shane Murray 10. Alexis Stewart 11. Dawid Gil 12. Johanna Acero

13: 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 13. Karl Mercado 14. Devin Blandino 15. Raquel Galluzzo 16. Jenna Santacroce 17. Isabel Alvarez 18. Rachel Lopez 19. Brandon Ciolino 20. Anthony Szmyhol 21. Nicole DeLucia 22. Janet Brenya 23. Angela Brooks 24. Merrie Bonner

14: 6th Grade

16: Friends

17: Sixth Grade

18: "Whenever you remember...

19: ...i'll be there"

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