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On the Table Talks: Housing Challenges

Franklin-McKinley School District, in partnership with the Franklin-McKinley Children's Initiative, will be hosting three Table Talks on November 15, 2017 to discuss our regions housing challenges and what we can do to solve it. Your voice matters! Click on the headline for more details on times and locations.
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New English Learner Initiative through the California League of Schools

Franklin-McKinley School District (FMSD) is collaborating with the California League of Schools (CLS) to boost language proficiency for English Learners. CLS was awarded the grant and selected FMSD as one of the four school districts in California to be a part of this initiative. This four year, $1.85 million National Professional Development grant from the U.S. Department of Education will help elementary educators in Franklin-McKinley School District increase their academic language instruction and family engagement skills.
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Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

Franklin-McKinley School District recognizes October as Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Bullying directly affects a student’s ability to learn. Students who are bullied often do not want to go to school. They often find it difficult to concentrate, show a decline in grades, and lose self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-worth. We take pride in maintaining a kind, respectful and inclusive culture in
Franklin-McKinley Schools, with zero tolerance for bullying. Check out some of the latest resources and how FMSD is raising awareness.
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Right to Dream: What does the repeal of DACA mean?

Parents, guardians, staff, and interested community members are welcome to join us for important conversations around the repeal of DACA and other related topics such as immigration and citizenship. Individuals will have a chance to consult with trusted legal representatives and talk to various community based organizations providing legal services in San Jose. Learn more by clicking on Read Full Story.
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Repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program

Yesterday, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA program), established in 2012, was reversed. This program provided a way for young undocumented immigrants to have the opportunity to work hard, graduate, go to college, begin careers, and lead meaningful lives as contributing members of our global society. It is estimated that nearly 800,000 undocumented youth are under the program’s umbrella; many of them have only known the United States as their home.
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