September 6, 2021

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VISITORS & VOLUNTEERS IN SCHOOL

In regards to visitors or volunteers, any person entering any school building during the school day when children are present for school is required to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status. Masks should be worn at all times when in the building, and the visitor/volunteer should limit direct contact with others and maintain social distance (6 feet or more) when able.


Visitors and volunteers who are outdoors during the school day where students are present are required to wear a mask unless they have been vaccinated. Visitors or volunteers in the building after school, in locations where students are not present, are not required to wear a mask.

BOARD OF EDUCATION RECAP & MASKING CHANGE

At the Board of Education meeting, the school board heard a presentation from district leaders, including the district’s medical advisory team, and then ultimately voted on a change to masking requirements for the 2021-22 school year. Please see the full communication we sent to families on Thursday here and the current masking protocols for the start of the school year are shown below.
At all elementary buildings and for 6th grade students at Forest Park, students are currently required to wear masks since the Community Burden Rate for Franklin is currently in the red. For grades 7 through 12, students are ‘recommended’ to wear masks. Franklin Public Schools will be releasing a dashboard weekly (on Fridays) to share the newest case rate information and any impact this has for masking for the following week. You can always find the dashboard and any updates on our Communications Hub here
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MAP TESTING GRADES 1-5

Your son/daughter will be participating in MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) assessments in math and reading on 9/13/20 - 9/24/21. MAP is an online assessment that Franklin teachers and other professional staff use to determine your child’s achievement levels, academic growth, and other information that can help to improve teaching and learning. The full MAP assessment will be administered again in January and May of this school year so achievement and growth can be monitored over time. Below is the MAP Testing schedule. Please ensure that your students are well rested and have a nutritious breakfast.

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NEW PARENT PICK UP PROCEDURES

Each family is assigned an individual parent pick up number to use if you choose to pick up your student at the end of the school day. You should have received your number from your students homeroom teacher during the Open House on Wednesday. This number should be kept in your car. When arriving in the parent pick up area, please have that number clearly visible to our staff on the passenger side of your vehicle. Your students will then be dismissed from their classrooms to meet you by our parent pickup line.


Your student’s teacher will know your family number and will assist in letting your students know they may exit the classroom and head to the parent pick up area.


Click Here for Parent Pick up and Drop Off information regarding students that are brought to or picked up from school by personal vehicle.

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MEET OUR NEW STAFF AT ROBINWOOD

We are very excited to welcome Robinwood's new staff members. Please click here


Two more new staff members were added

HELPFUL ROBINWOOD INFORMATION

Please click here for Helpful Robinwood Information that was sent out earlier this week.

FORMS DUE TO THE OFFICE

Just a reminder that if you have any forms such as your child’s birth certificate, proof of residency, or immunization records that need to be turned in, feel free to stop by the office prior to the start of school to drop those off. Please call first (414) 529-8255 to ensure that a staff member is available.

MEDICATIONS FOR THE 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR

If your student will require ANY (over the counter or prescription) medication for the 21-22 school year please fill out the Request to Administer Medication form found on our district website and have it signed by your physician.

All medication can then be dropped off at school in its original container along with this form. Please feel free to drop off medication in the office starting 8/23/21.

ROBINWOOD PICTURE DAY -THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23

School Pics is no longer sending home order forms for parents to fill out and return with their students. All orders will only be placed online.


Pictures can be ordered online. Click here

Use the drop-down menu to select "Robinwood"


Use this coupon code to save 10% off of your order if placed prior to picture day: Fall100374

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING SCHOOL LUNCH

Please read this important information regarding school lunches for the 2021-22 school year. Free lunch for students.

ATTENTION 4K & KINDERGARTEN PARENTS REGARDING BUS TRANSPORTATION HOME

4K & Kindergarten students will be picked up and dropped off with other elementary students at a designated stop. A parent or designee must assume responsibility for the child at the stop when dropped off.

If parents would like to designate a person other than themselves, they can send an email to Tricia.Geiger@franklin.k12.wi.us.

In regards to same day notification (this should only be done for emergencies), please call First Student Busing at 414-422-2020 so they can pass along the information to the bus driver.

ATTENDANCE REMINDER

ANY absence including leaving early and arriving late are reported on a google form. HERE is the link to report absences. It would be a good idea to bookmark this link for your convenience.

ROBINWOOD PICTURES

Please click here for Robinwood Pictures

CHILD DEVELOPMENT DAYS

KIDS CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS

Many families are enrolled in our before and after school care through KIDS CLUB, under the Community & Recreation Department. Since Kids Club operates within Franklin Public Schools, we will be following the same masking and safety protocols as the schools. Here are some brief notes about what you can expect when dropping off or picking up your child from Kids Club:

  • Parents may not enter the building and we will use the same “walkie talkie” protocol that we utilized last year. More communication about this regarding how to use the walkie to call into the building will be coming to families soon.

  • Per the district masking protocols, children need to be masked to enter the elementary building and our staff is not able to help children put on their masks. Please see that your child is properly masked before entering the building.

INTERESTED IN JOINING CUB SCOUTS

Cub Scout Pack 582. If you are interested in joining cub scouts and/or being a leader, please contact Rashel Walman at 414-303-3723 or rashelwalman@gmail.com

ATTENTION GIRLS K-5TH GRADE GIRLS - POMS CLINIC

Attention K-5th Girls - This year’s "Little Girls Clinic" is coming up! Learn a Pom routine from the State Champion Franklin Varsity Dance Team and PERFORM at halftime during the Franklin Varsity Football game on Friday, September 17th at 7:00pm.


CLINIC INFORMATION:

  • WHEN: Friday, September 17, 2021

  • TIME: 5:00pm-8:00pm

  • WHERE: FHS Cafeteria (enter by Saber Center)

  • COST: $30 (additional siblings $25)

*Price includes a Pom t-shirt, set of poms and hair bow.

*Pizza, juice and a cookie will be served.


Click here to register and for contact information if you have questions!

FRANKLIN SABERS BASKETBALL

Tryouts for the Franklin Youth Boys Basketball Club (FYBBC) 2021-22 season will take place between September 12 – 16 per the following schedule:

Sunday, September 12 @ Franklin High School

6th grade 10:00 -11:30 am

7th grade 11:45 am - 1:15 pm

8th grade 1:30-3:00 pm

Monday, September 13 @ Forest Park Middle School

4th grade 5:45-7:00 pm

5th grade 7:15-8:45 pm

Tuesday, September 14 @ Forest Park Middle School

4th grade 5:45-7:15 pm

7th grade 7:30-9:00 pm

Wednesday, September 15 @ Forest Park Middle School

6th grade 5:45-7:15 pm

8th grade 7:30-9:00 pm

Thursday, September 16 @ Forest Park Middle School

5th grade 5:45-7:15 pm

Players will be expected at both tryout dates. Pre-registration for tryouts is mandatory and registration will close at 10 p.m. on Thursday, September 9th. Please visit their webpage here for online registration and contact information if you have questions.

FRANKLIN YOUTH GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS

Tryouts for Franklin Youth Girls Basketball’s 2021-2022 season will take place September 13th–16th. See

the schedule for each grade below:


4th Grade

Monday, September 13th from 6-7:30 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary

Wednesday, September 15th from 6-7:30 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary


5th Grade

Tuesday, September 14th from 6-7:30 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary

Thursday, September 16th from 6-7:30 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary


6th Grade

Monday, September 13th from 7:30-9:00 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary

Wednesday, September 15th from 7:30-9:00 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary


7th Grade

Tuesday, September 14th from 7:30-9:00 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary

Thursday, September 16th from 7:30-9:00 pm at Ben Franklin Elementary


8th Grade

Tuesday, September 14th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Forest Park Middle School (Gym 3)

Thursday, September 16th from 6:00-7:30 pm at Forest Park Middle School (Gym 3)


Players can either register in advance at www.juniorsabers.org (tab for Girls Basketball | Tryouts) or can

show up and register at the door on the night of tryouts. For questions regarding tryouts or the youth

girls’ program, please send an email to saberscoachmike@gmail.com

AFTER SCHOOL THEATRE CLASSES

Sing! Dance! Act! Join Character Kids for a fun-filled after school theatre class at Robinwood on Mondays, 4-5 pm, starting September 20th! Students will learn the basics of acting, singing and musical theatre dance through theatre games, skill building exercises and work on a group song or scene. Parents are invited to a special performance on the last day of class. Focus is put on developing imagination, social skills and a positive self image through the performing arts. Click HERE for more info or to register. www.characterkidsdrama.com

SWING BACK INTO SPANISH!

Did you know that students learn a language best when they find the topic FUN and INTERESTING? What better way to ignite FUN in the Spanish classroom then with two topics they will be excited about-Playing and Camping!

In our ‘Vamos a Jugar’ and ‘Vamos a Acampar’ classes, students will explore sports, games, hobbies and the great outdoors. Using builder phrases, we will get the students speaking small sentences and phrases in class right from day one. Whether on the field, at the lake, or on the playground, your child will be able to use his or her new Spanish skills! Classes fill up fast –Register today, Don’t delay! Enroll online: www.FuturaAdventures.com


Click here for the most recent Flyer

From The PTO Section

ROBINWOOD PTO DIRECTORY

Once again, Robinwood will be using the Join Our Class online directory for all student classroom and contact information. The School is unable to give out classroom information, student addresses or phone numbers. If you would like this information (for example for a birthday party or playdate), you will need to sign up for the Robinwood PTO Parent directory at the beginning of the year. Only the families that sign up will be in the directory and be able to get the directory.


**If you are new to Robinwood, or have not signed up for the directory in the past, please send an email to Leslie Alles (leslie.alles1023@gmail.com). In the email, please include your child's name, grade, teacher’s name, a parent's name, and any additional contact information you would like included.


**If you have participated in the directory in the past, you do not need to request access. However, if you want your child's grade and teacher information updated, or if you need your password reset, please send an email to Leslie.


The link for the directory is https://robinwood.joinourclass.com/member/login

PTO NEWS UPDATE

Hello Robinwood Families!

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year. We are so happy to transition into the new school year and hope that things start to return to normal very soon. To our new families we welcome you with open arms and are glad to have you apart of our Robinwood family. To our returning families, we hope to see you all soon face to face and appreciate all the support you have given us over the past few years!

In these trying times and with an abundance of caution, we may have delays on many of our school sponsored PTO activities this year. We are are hopeful that by Trimester 2 or 3, we can resume back to in-person meetings and activities to give our students the best possible school experience they deserve. We’re trying to organize our annual Robinwood RUSH (an outside school run event) for this fall but have some other options if we have a setback from Covid restrictions. More details will be out soon! We are also looking into some virtual events (Book Fair included! In case face to face options aren’t viable.)

We are currently looking to fill a few roles within the PTO including an officer spot for treasurer and a few co-chair roles as well. Please reach out to Robinwood PTO at: rwk6pto@gmail.com for more information. We would like to have the treasurer spot filled by our September meeting if possible. Continue to look in the newsletters to find updates on what we are doing, when meetings and events are and please, become an active member in our PTO! We are always in need of great parent or grandparent volunteers to help run our events. Remember, you can make a difference in your child’s life by getting involved.

From our PTO to your home, we hope this year brings nothing but new friendships, new skill sets, new learnings and new dreams along with some normalcy back to our children.

Best of luck this school year,
Robinwood PTO Officers

Corinne Azzaline- President
Carrie Bronstad- Co-President
Amy Winters- Vice President
Sarah Rosario- Secretary