Franklin Family News

Volume 1 - Issue 24 - May 21, 2021

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Middle School Summer Camp!!

Students, are you looking for an exciting way to spend part of your summer? Do you enjoy working with other students and making projects? Well have we got the camp for you!! Franklin Middle School is excited to offer Summer Camp for current 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. The camp will be from June 21-July 23, 9:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Thursday (no school July 5th). Transportation will be provided for those students who live more than a mile from Franklin Middle School.

Students will be working in teams with 3 teachers on a project. Each group of students will have a different theme to their project and at the end of the session will have a chance to showcase their work to the other groups and their families. Click on the button below to fill out the registration form. Summer Camp is Free for all students.

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Franklin Bolt Sidewalk Sale

Tuesday, May 25th, 5-7pm

410 South 19th Avenue

Yakima, WA

Franklin Middle School is excited to host our first Franklin Bolt Sidewalk Sale this coming Tuesday evening. Students come with your family to spend your Franklin Bolts you have earned for all the awesome things you are doing at school! The sale items will be all outside and students will be able to purchase items using their Franklin Bolts. Below are some of the MANY items we will have. We have a room FULL of things for the sale.
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2021-2022 Franklin Middle School Art Club

If you love art and making art and would like to join other students who like doing the same next year, Franklin Middle School is starting an Art Club. If you are interesting in joining, please complete the form below.
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