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Congratulations to the 7/8th grade girl's basketball team for winning the tri-county basketball tournament this weekend at Yuba Gardens.
 
They were victorious over McKenney 45-18, A.K. 26-7, and Yuba Gardens 40-21.  Emma D. was chosen tournament MVP. Gena B. and Kate L. were selected All-Tournament as well. 
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December 1, 2022
 
Dear Franklin School Families,
 
Welcome to Franklin School’s new Board members, Kyle O’Neal and Aaron  Murphy.  Kyle and Aaron join Board members, Joe Oates, Chris Zunino and  Glenn Houston (incumbent) and will be sworn in on December 13. 
 
Santa’s Workshop is the week of December 14 – 16.  This is an event that  needs a lot of volunteers!  Volunteers help stock the Christmas items, help  younger students shop, collect money and bag up gifts. Many students  come with quite a shopping list, so it is imperative that we have parents  helping students, especially the younger ones. I thank you in advance for  your participation!
 
The Bulldog Boutique is being held on Saturday, December 3.  Get your  holiday shopping done early by visiting the boutique between 9:00 a.m. –  1:00 p.m. There will be lots of vendors that will help get you in the holiday  spirit!
 
Each month at Franklin School we focus on a positive character trait.  December’s character trait is grateful. How do we teach our kids the trait of  being grateful for all that they have?  How do we as adults, stop to think  about what we are grateful for?  For me, I am grateful for the amazing staff I  have the privilege of working with. I am grateful for the almost 500 students I get to interact with each and every day.  Lastly, I am grateful for my parent  community that trusts us with their children each and every day! 
 
Winter break is December 22 – January 6.  School will resume on January  9.  Enjoy your holiday!  Take this time to rest, relax and have fun!
 
With gratitude,
Lisa Shelton
 
 
 
 
 
 
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