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  • Students Charlie Vachris and Rohun Chivate perform the National Anthem at the Cranbury Historical & Preservation Society Dedication Ceremony to honor the memory of Elizabeth M. Wagner. 1:53 National Anthem

    On Sunday, November 11th, Cranbury School students Charlie Vachris and Rohun Chivate performed the National Anthem at The Cranbury Historical & Preservation Society Dedication Ceremony to honor the memory of Elizabeth M. Wagner.

    The event took place in the Cranbury Township Firehouse. Elizabeth M. Wagner was a remarkable woman who worked tirelessly with others to preserve Cranbury's history and historic character. She educated, enlightened and inspired our community and helped to establish Cranbury as the model for historic preservation in New Jersey. During the Dedication Ceremony, a proclamation from the Township was read that renamed the day as Elizabeth M. Wagner Day.

    Uploaded Nov 13, 2018
  • A bird's-eye view of Cranbury during peak Fall foliage 2018. 6:49 Cranbury School Homepage Video 111218

    A bird's-eye view of Cranbury during peak Fall foliage 2018.

    Uploaded Nov 12, 2018by Tommy Nichols
  • One of our second grade students reads his original story to our Kindergartners 2:11 Second Grade Guest Reader Shares his Original Story with Kindergarteners

    Second grader Nikolas Nikolaishvili from Mrs. Johnston's second grade class read his original "small moment" story to Mrs. Shafranski's class of Kindergartners.

    Uploaded Nov 02, 2018
  • Learning to Fly 4:26 Learning to Fly

    A glider (or sailplane) is an unpowered aircraft that uses a piece of yarn to calculate airspeed and nothing but the atmosphere to remain in the sky. Check this out...

    Uploaded Oct 18, 2018by Tommy Nichols
  • Isla Guadalupe Whites 4:13 Isla Guadalupe Whites

    Guadalupe Island (or Isla Guadalupe) is a volcanic island located 241 kilometres (150 mi) off the west coast of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula. This Jurassic-Park-type place is where White Sharks (Carcharodon Carcharias) come to eat and play.

    29°1′51″N 118°16′48″W

    Uploaded Oct 18, 2018by Tommy Nichols

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