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Winter Break December 18th through January 5th.  First day back is January 8th, 2018.  Safe & Happy Holidays to everyone!
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CAASP award photo

Celebrating their  CAASP Perfect Scores.  


2015 & 2016 Honor Roll School  Educational Results Partnership. http://edresults.org

Solar Eclipse viewer created by Mrs. Nguyen

Science in Action- observing the Solar Eclipse

Pearson Math

Pearson Math Curriculum - solving and explaining equations

Reading is cool visit

Reading is Cool !  Thanks Sharkie for our wonderful visits! 

Kindergarden Learning sight words

Kindergarten classes learning sight words. 

Mrs. M, teaching

Our teachers Rock! 

Gate Coding class group

GATE Coding Class Taught by Former Students! 

Pizza Night at Chuckee Cheese!  

student on espark

Espark Lighthouse School

Maria and Erika

Our Office staff is always ready to help.

Cafeteria ladies serving up choice lunches

Cafeteria Ladies serving up choice lunches. 

5th grade and kindergarten students working together

Cross Grade Level Projects

Alberto and Dr Franks

Keeping our school the best it can be.

Go Noodle class fitness and learning

We love GoNoodle! Healthy Bodies & Mind

Technology & exercise in class for those rainy days. Great for a 2-3 minute activity break too!

Pajama day picture

School Wide Spirit Days

We really like pajama day

Hellyer Library

Our Library

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Winter Break Dec 18th- Jan 5th

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Friday, December 15: Free Dress and/or Pajama Day, pictures with Santa too - Bring your own camera. Early dismissal @ 1:30 Looking for things to do, click the headline above for a link for family activities in the bay area.

Winter Holiday Performance

Winter Program day performance – 9:30am in cafeteria Parent Dinner @ 1:30pm outside cafeteria Winter Program evening performance – 5:30pm in cafeteria
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Our Mission

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.