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PHS Band Dance & "Jammin with Santa!"

Add to your holiday fun by enjoying the "Big Band" experience on Friday, December 14th at 7:00 p.m. or "Photos with Santa and Mrs. Clause," crafts, and food on December 15th at 10:00 a.m. Both events will be held in the Princeton High School cafeteria to support The Trenton Music Makers Organization!

Cranbury Education Foundation Hosts Annual Snowflake Dance

The Cranbury Education Foundation will host a Snowflake Dance on the evening of Friday, January 11th for students in grades K-8. The CEF would like for students to invite a cherished adult to accompany them to the Dance for an evening of dancing, photographs and food! Further details, including ticket information, will be forthcoming to all families later this month. We look forward this special event!

Cranbury School's Erin Carney, Aspiring Poet

Erin's interest in writing poetry began in third grade when she wrote her first poem during free time in the classroom. Her teacher was the first person to tell her that the words she was putting together lyrically, were examples of something wonderful: poetry. Ever since, she's been composing poems as an outlet for her emotions. For the next several months, we'll be posting one of Erin's poems from her seventh grade year.
Cranbury students wish a happy retirement to Mrs. Murphy

Students wish Cranbury Public Librarian Mrs. Murphy a happy retirement!

Students visiting the Cranbury School Media Center on November 30th made sure to stop by the desk of Cranbury Public Library's children's librarian Mrs. Jan Murphy to congratulate her on her retirement. Mrs. Murphy was a tireless advocate for reading and libraries, as was evident in the many programs and services she organized for the children of Cranbury, including our joint public and school reading program Grandpals! Best wishes Mrs. Murphy! We will miss seeing your smile each day in the library!

Gone Sledding! A Winter Memory

In this personal narrative by Chen Jiang, a fourth grade student in Ms. DeJesus' class, the author describes a winter scene, celebrating the joys of sledding through a small part of our beautiful natural landscape in Cranbury Township, a place in which the charms of a day spent in the snow with friends, makes for an unforgettable memory.


Viking Videos

The Cranbury School is one of the first schools in NJ to begin the Wingman program, a youth-led social and emotional learning program. These students will bring engaging and immersive activities for the whole school to build a stronger and more inclusive community. The program was founded by the father of a student lost at Sandy Hook Elementary in December 2012.
Compass with the word strategy inside and the Cranbury Viking Logo

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The Cranbury School, the heart of our community, offers every student an opportunity to shine. We inspire each other to build lives of intellectual curiosity and purpose. While learning timeless skills, students develop character and confidence to lead by example in a diverse and changing world.