Save the date for the 12th Annual Franklin Follies! Friday, June 1st in the Cafetorium.
Franklin Follies is a very special tradition. This is a show written, directed and performed by Franklin Staff! That means teachers, administrators and support staff and many other members of the Franklin family participate.
You have the opportunity to buy SEATS in advance online STARTING TOMORROW, FRIDAY MAY 18TH!
BUY TICKETS ON THE PTA WEBSITE STARTING FRIDAY, MAY 18TH ! ALL THREE SHOWS WILL SELL OUT!
Please join us for our final General PTA meeting of the year, Thursday, May 31st at 6:30pm in the Cafetorium. We will review and vote to approve the July 2017-December 2017 Audit, our 2018-2019 PTA Operating Budget, and a number of important one-time expenses. We’ll get the low down on what went on in the PTA this school year by our PTA Historian, and finally we will celebrate our Honorary Service Award recipients! It’s going to be quite a festive night, beginning with some special entertaining guests! Food and refreshments will be served! Childcare will be available as well! Please come and enjoy the night.
Please RSVP through this Evite for the meeting, so we can get a head count for food!
The Franklin PTA welcomes all members to attend and join in on the discussion before voting. Only PTA members who have been active members since May 1st (that’s 667 of us!) can vote at this meeting, so if you haven’t signed up to become a PTA member, you’re too late!
Here is the agenda for the meeting! Hope to see you there!
Childcare will be available for this event. Please note that only your children who are students in a SMMUSD school are allowed in childcare. We are sorry that we cannot accommodate your pre-school age children in the childcare group.
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Bring the linked FLYER.
See you there!
One minute it’s quiet in the Franklin kitchen and outdoor eating area and the next minute dozens of energetic kindergarteners appear. They need lunch! They need to stay focused and safe! Who can handle this job? The super hero Noon Duty Aides can handle it!
Noon Duty Aides wear orange vests and offer everything, from help peeling a banana to reminders to stay safe during lunch. It’s a busy time and children need to stay focused to eat in the allotted time.
Our thanks to Shiva pictured here with kindergartener Ethan Hayes and to Maria, Carmen, Ryan and Keshon! And our thanks to you for your donations to the Ed Foundation that fund our Noon Duty Aides.
Another a great example of the partnership among Franklin, the PTA and the Ed Foundation. Go, Team Franklin!