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EAGERLY ANTICIPATING their first day in their new school, students hurry to join their confreres lined up and awaiting the signal from Sister Charles Eileen SSJ, principal, to enter. The Most Blessed Sacrament School in Franklin Lakes, formed in the fall of 1963, opened its new pink brick building Monday morning. The 238 students, first through seventh graders, were previously housed in various temporary quarters pending completion of the new facility on Franklin Lakes Road.
MAR 17 1965
EAGERLY ANTICIPATING their first day in their new school, students hurry to join their confreres lined up and awaiting the signal from Sister Charles Eileen SSJ, principal, to enter. The Most Blessed Sacrament School in Franklin Lakes, formed in the fall of 1963, opened its new pink brick building Monday morning. The 238 students, first through seventh graders, were previously housed in various temporary quarters pending completion of the new facility on Franklin Lakes Road. MAR 17 1965
Posted: Monday November 4, 2013, 3:51 PM
Vintage Bergen: Eager Anticipation
By Bergen.com

1965

Awaiting their first day in their new school, students hurry to join their classmates lined up and awaiting the signal from Sister Charles Eileen SSJ, principal, to enter. The Most Blessed Sacrament School in Franklin Lakes, formed in the fall of 1963, opened its new pink brick building on this Monday morning in March. The 238 students, first- through seventh-graders, were previously housed in various temporary quarters pending completion of the new facility on Franklin Lake Road.

– Originally published in The Ridgewood News, March 17, 1965

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