Franklin Friday News
April 29, 2022
Due to the weather, the drama performance has had to be rescheduled to the following dates:
Thursday, May 5, 2022
Saturday, May 7, 2022
The dates on the flyer below are incorrect now.
However, you may still click the flyer to purchase tickets.
The 21-22 Parent Satisfaction Surveys are now published in the PS Parent Portal.
They are accessible via both the web-based parent portal & the mobile app.
Log in to the PS Parent Portal, select each child, then select the “Forms” option in the vertical menu. This link should appear between “Teacher Comments” and “School Bulletin”.
The form does allow you to save your work and return to it later, so there is no requirement to complete the entire survey in one session.
The Parent Satisfaction Survey will remain open until May 15, 2022.
TEACHER & STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK
Teacher & Staff Appreciation Week is May 2-6.
From May 2-May 6 we are celebrating all Franklin teachers and staff!
Please help us show love and appreciation to our teachers and staff throughout this week.
SPRING PHOTOS (GRADES K-5 ONLY)
KINDERGARTEN CAP & GOWN PICTURES
FIFTH GRADE BRIDGING CEREMONY
ASC SUMMER CAMP
2022-2023 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
APRIL IB ATTRIBUTE OF THE MONTH-KNOWLEDGABLE
The IB Learner profile aims to develop students who are knowledgeable. Students who are knowledgeable explore concepts, ideas and issues that have local and global significance. In doing so, they acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad and balanced range of disciplines.
IB students are extraordinarily well prepared for the academic requirements of university coursework.
How can parents help to develop students who are knowledgeable at home?
- Encourage your scholar to be aware of current events by watching the news or reading news articles when appropriate.
- Explore connections between the area of interest and other topics.
- When your scholar asks a question, encourage him/her to seek the answer rather than giving the answer.
- Ask your scholar about what he/she is learning in school and engage in conversations about it.
- Foster areas of interest that your scholar displays though books, outings, and activities.
- "Why do you think that is important to know?"
- "Can you think of anything that's happening today that might be similar to...?"
- "What does that make you think of?"
- "Does that remind you of anything else you've learned?"