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Franklin-McKinley to Host a Family Engagement Day

On March 25, 2017, Franklin-McKinley School District will host a Family Engagement Day at Los Arboles Elementary. Join us for a day of workshops, guest speakers, and family activities. Translation services will be available. All FMSD families welcome. Click on Read More for details.
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Help Our Schools Receive a Scholar Dollars Grant! Vote Now!

College Connection Academy ($5,000) and Jeanne R. Meadows ($10,000) are in the running for a Scholar Share grant. California's new school grant program will help support extracurricular and enrichment programs at College Connection Academy and Meadows Elementary.

Anyone 18 or older is allowed to vote once a day, and the school with the most votes in their category will get the grant. Again, you can vote once-a-day, every day, until March 24th. Please share this link with friends and family. Have them vote every day. For more information about the grant, please click on Read More.
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Franklin-McKinley Hosts Annual Science Fair

Franklin-McKinley School District students shared their knowledge in a broad spectrum of scientific study during our science fair. Elementary and middle school students created displays on subjects spanning the map, from radishing plants to experiments on cleaning coins.
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Update: Flood Support for Impacted Families

Thank you to our teachers, staff and community for your amazing generosity! We are moved by the solidarity shown to our students and families affected by the massive flooding this past week. Donations of toiletries, cleaning supplies, and gift cards are still being accepted.

Shirakawa School will be open Monday - Friday from 8AM -5PM and Saturday from 10AM-2PM to families impacted by the flood. If you are interested in supporting with a donation, please drop off at Shirakawa School. Click on Read More for further details.
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District Announces Spring 2017 Parent Workshops

The Franklin-McKinley School District believes parent engagement plays a critical role in the academic success of students. During the 2016-2017 school year, there will be various parent engagement opportunities such as English as a Second Language Programs to Active Parenting Classes. Click on the headline for a full list of workshops being offered in Spring 2017!
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Transitional Kinder & Kinder Open Houses

As you know, preparing for a successful future, begins before your child enters Kindergarten and we want to invite all perspective families to join us at one of our open house events! Learn more about our fun family events hosted by our schools to welcome you and your children to Franklin-McKinley.
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Coyote Creek Flood Support for Families

Franklin-McKinley families who have been impacted by the Coyote Creek flood are invited to join us this Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 8:00AM to 1:00PM at Shirakawa School (665 Wool Creek Drive) to receive disaster relief support such as resources, food and clothing. Hot breakfast will be available. Please call 408-313-6221 for more information.
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Board of Education Passes Resolution for Safe Haven Schools

On January 24, 2017, the Franklin-McKinley Board of Education passed Resolution 2017-01: Recognition of a Safe Haven School District, affirming our commitment to ensuring a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students regardless of race, immigration status, religion, sexual orientation, or any other protected class.
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Happy Holiday's from FMSD: E-Newsletter

Franklin-McKinley Schools will be closed for Winter Break from December 19, 2016 through January 6, 2017. School resumes on Monday, January 9, 2017.

School District offices will be closed on December 23, 26, 30 and January 2, while employees enjoy time with their families during Winter Break. Click on the headline for a special message from Superintendent Cruz.
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Santee Students Shop with a Cop

70 students at Santee Elementary earned the opportunity to Shop with a Cop as part of the Readers are Leaders initiative, a 10 week reading program. Those who made reading growth of 100 points or more, which is equivalent to one grade level, and have perfect attendance of 90-100% participated in the Heroes and Helpers Holiday Shopping Spree.
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