Franklin School has a newly founded Latino Literacy Club for parents to be part of in 2016-2017. The Club will work with administration to provide support during school-wide events as well as hosting two community events during the school year. If you would like more information on the club and how to join, please contact the principal.
Franklin’s School Site Council
The School Site Council is a decision-making body made up of parents, community representatives, and school staff members. The School Site Council's primary responsibility is to oversee the funds the school receives under the School Improvement Program (SIP) act. The funds are designed to improve student performance as measured by standardized tests, the District's State & Federal Program, and classroom performance. The Council meets on the third Friday of the month from 8:45 am - 10:00 am or 5:00 pm - 6pm. Meetings times are rotated from morning to evening times to provide different opportunities for our families to attend meetings. To become a part of the School Site Council, submit an application to the front office. Click here for the application.
Franklin School's Volunteer Program
Helping in the classroom or around the school is a great way to stay involved and support our Franklin School community. To volunteer in the classroom, please contact your student's teacher so a schedule can be arranged. The teacher will need to add your name in the volunteer log so your visit will be expected by the front office. To volunteer around the school, please contact the front office. Here are just a few ideas of the kind of roles we need on a regular basis:
Field Trip Chaperones
District Level Parent Committees
The Franklin-McKinley School District offers a variety of parent involvement opportunities that allow you to become a representative for your child’s school. Click here to be redirected to the Franklin-McKinley School District Parent Committee’s.