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FTHS Honored by ADL


   By FTHS - Posted on 23 May 2014

The Anti-Defamation League honored 76 schools, only 3 from New Jersey, at their annual "No Place For Hate" recognition ceremony on May 21, 2014 on NYU Campus. Freehold Township High School was honored as a “No Place For Hate” Gold Star school for continuous efforts and interventions against bias, hate and bullying.
Students from various organizations, along with staff members Domenica Leuci and Kristin Clyne, represented Freehold Township High School and were presented with a banner, which is proudly displayed in the halls of FTHS.



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