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Board of Education Approves Black History Month Resolution

The Board of Education approved Resolution 2020-04, recognizing February as Black History Month. The Resolution reaffirms the District's commitment to appreciating, celebrating, and valuing its African-American students, and recognizes the importance of acknowledging the history, culture, and struggles for our African-American community. Click on Read Full Story for the complete Resolution.
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Get to know Franklin-McKinley Schools! Join us at an Open House!

As you know, preparing for a successful future, begins before your child enters Kindergarten and we want to invite all prospective families to join us at one of our open house events! Additionally, we want to ensure that students have the best transition possible to Middle School by visiting the campus, meeting the staff, and learning about all the wonderful programs our schools have to offer. Learn more about our upcoming Open Houses hosted by our schools to welcome you and your children to Franklin-McKinley and support 6th grade students transitioning to Middle School.
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120 Students Shop with a Cop

Annual Shop With a Cop Silicon Valley, the San Jose Police Department, and Target hosted a Heroes and Helpers Holiday Shopping Spree to help 120+ students from Los Arboles, McKinley and Santee purchase holiday gifts for their families.
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Franklin-McKinley Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Lynette Irvine from Dahl Elementary for being recognized as Teacher of the Year! Lynette was recognized at the 50th annual Teacher Recognition Celebration, hosted by the Santa Clara County Office of Education.
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Important Update About Meal Applications

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.
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