Franklin Friday News
What's Going On In The World Of #FAPBG-Wk. of April 2
Week in Review
We were so happy to have everyone back this week and start off the 4th quarter. This will be a fast few months full of fun activities, accountability measures, and celebrations of our accomplishments. Tomorrow is a teacher work day and our teachers will be working with local SWAT team members to increase their knowledge and response options if ever faced with a "code red" type scenario. Though these types of trainings are unpleasant to say the least, they are becoming more and more necessary and we feel it is important that our teachers are well-trained to protect their students and themselves.
A look ahead
- This Thursday, April 5th, is Spring Picture day. Please email Mr. Ospina with any questions.
- 3rd Grade FSA Reading will be administered April 10th and 11th. This test is mandatory for all 3rd grade students and is instrumental in their promotion to 4th grade. Please direct any questions you may have to your child's teacher.
- Our next PTO meeting is April 11th at 6pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is a nomination meeting for the 18-19 PTO Board. All positions are currently available. If you are interested in running, please email email@example.com.
- Join us Saturday, April 14th, for our SPRING FLING! Please see the flyer in this week's Friday Folder and email blast for more information. We hope to see you there!
- FSAs for grades 3-8 math, 4-8 ELA, and all EOCs begin the week of April 16th. Please see our parent calendar for exact testing dates.
- Administrative Professionals day is April 25th. Our admin. assistants work diligently each day to assist our students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Please consider honoring and thanking them on this special day.
- Teacher appreciation week is May 7th-11th. Be on the lookout for more info. from the PTO in the coming weeks.
Pick Up Traffic
One Wednesday, March 14th, we received another visit from members of the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department in regards to our dismissal car line. They brought with them photographs of our parents causing traffic issues on Hood Road prior to our elementary dismissal. Lining up early for dismissal creates a road hazard for motorists on Hood Road, as it causes drivers to have to drive on the wrong side of the road to go around our line. Please be advised that PBGPD will be sending additional units prior to elementary dismissal to warn and then ticket anyone lined up early and blocking Hood Road.
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