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If you have a girl that would like to participate in Girl Scouts, their parents must attend the registration night on the night of February 15th at the 6:00pm PTA meeting.  Girl Scout meetings, centered on Science Chemistry activities, will be held afterschool for 12 weeks every Wednesday at 2:20pm in room G1 starting on February 22. 

PARENTING CLASSES!  Check out the calendar section for dates and times!

First Graders search their classroom for vocabulary words!

Mrs. Jorey and Mrs. Irvine’s classes have a unique opportunity to participate in the Don Edwards Living Wetlands integrated program at the end of September. Students participated in an experiment about urban run off, walking around the wetlands, and a lab finding microscopic creatures.

You Can Be Anything You Want To Be!

Second graders listen to a CHP Pilot explain about all the different flying opportunities you can have.

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Superintendent Cruz visits Dahl students for a special book reading of Papa and Me. 

Mrs. Kodam's 2nd grade class showing off their Kandinsky art!

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Spaghetti Dinner Night!

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Come out and spend time with the family while enjoying a delicious spaghetti dinner and supporting our school on Wednesday, February 22 at 6pm.

District Announces Spring 2017 Parent Workshops

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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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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.