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10/22/19 - Parent Meeting with the Board of Education at 6:30PM at College Connection Academy.
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Ramblewood Ribbon Cutting

All-Inclusive Playground Celebration

Ramblewood Elementary receives new playground for all children to be able to play, learn, and grow together!

Teacher reading to students.

Exploring through Reading

The more you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go. - Dr. Seuss

Kinder students

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Kindergarten students ready to learn and play. 

1st Day of School

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Important Update About Meal Applications

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You may have heard of changes to the federal Public Charge rule which will take effect on October 15, 2019. The term Public Charge is used in immigration law to refer to a person who is primarily dependent on the government for support. The changes to the existing rule will now make it more difficult to apply for permanent residency or earn a visa if an applicant is dependent on government aid such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Familie (TANF), housing assistance, and Medicaid. We want to ensure that you know that K–12 public education is not impacted by the Public Charge rule. Neither is your child’s ability to receive nutritious meals and snacks, before, during, and after school.

NEW Spanish Dual Language Immersion Program Starting Fall 2020

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The Franklin-McKinley School District is excited to announce the launch of the NEW Spanish Dual Language Immersion Program in the Fall of 2020! If you have a child who will be turning 5 years old on or before September 1, 2020, join us at one of the upcoming information nights! Click on Read Full Story for more details.
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The Franklin-McKinley School District will ensure all 8th grade student graduates have the skills and knowledge to be ready for a college preparatory curriculum in high school. They all will have the ability to pursue a program preparing them for university and/or careers and lifelong learning.