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March 15, 2019

Dear Franklin School Parents,

Spring is here! How wonderful it has been to see the sun! As the weather gets warmer, please remind your student to adhere to the Franklin School dress code.  No flip flops, please!

Our parent survey is now live!  Please follow this link to complete the survey: Parent SurveyYour input on the survey questions is very important!  Information from the parent survey is used to help prioritize LCAP goals and services.  My goal is to get at least 100 respondents to take the survey; please help me achieve this goal!  Thank you for your time!

The 2019 -2020 school calendar was adopted by the Franklin School Board of Trustees on March 12, 2019.  The calendar has been posted to our website.  The biggest change to the calendar is that there is now a week off in February, which includes the two Presidents’ holidays.  The adopted calendar is very similar to that of Sutter Union High School and Brittan Elementary School.  The starting date for the school year will be August 19, 2019.  Please save the date! 

I would like to give a “shout out” to the Franklin School Parents’ Club!  They do so much for the students and staff of Franklin School. Recently they funded a hands-on science night that paired nicely with our Science and Engineering Showcase.  The Parents’ Club is hosting a Donuts with Dads day on Friday March 29 at 7:55 a.m.  The Jogathon is Friday, April 5. Please help support this event by making a donation, cheering on your student or joining us for a couple of laps!  Thank you Parents’ Club for all that you do!

Enjoy your Spring Break – April 15 – 22.  School resumes on Tuesday, April 23.

Mrs. Shelton



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April 8, 2019


Making a difference for all students.

Our vision is to prepare all students for the future demands of career, college and life in the 21st century. We will provide an exceptional educational experience in a caring, engaging, safe and healthy environment in partnership with family and community. Students will be technologically competent and will develop creative, collaborative, and critical problem-solving skills to consistently meet standards of excellence.


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