To see what events are happening at Franklin, check out the school link to the left called Upcoming Activities.     

Thanks to everyone that came to the Camping Under the Stars Activity last night.  Everyone had lots of fun. Don't forget to read this summer!

 

Thanks to everyone that came and

walked, ran, and helped in anyway

for this year's 38th Franklin Fun Run. 





The Winners are:

6th Grade Boys 6th Grade Girls
Declan Cory Marlene Aguado
Logan Rodriguez Adamariz Dircio
Anthony Medina Hallie Bogdin
5th Grade Boys 5th Grade Girls
Jonathan Villanueva Jayden Champagne
Christian Henrie Mackenzie Wages
Juan Ramos Elisabeth Gardiner
4th Grade Boys 4th Grade Girls
Leonel Mendoza Madison Spencer
Ricardo Medina Jocelyn Rayburn
Fabio Gutierrez Joanna Aguiluz
3rd Grade Boys 3rd Grade Girls
Haniel Pena Emma Fukuyasu
Alex Hovik Jaime Cervantes
Andy Sierra Nora Phair
2nd Grade Boys 2nd Grade Girls
Alex Cossio Hailey Deason
Jonathan Rios Taylor Fox
David Palacios Sarah Wages
1st Grade Boys 1st Grade Girls
Cristofer Mendoza Miki Fukuyasu
Edgar Sanchez Kaitlyn Morrise
Benjamin Rodriguez Kahissa Corniel -  Escarlet Gonzalez
   
Top Adult Male Top Adult Female
Mr. Aporta Mrs. Edwards

   



Principal's Book Challenge

Mrs. Hawkins has chosen a new book for April/May as her Principal's Book Challenge.  You won't want to miss it.  Take the AR quiz by May 11th and get 80% or higher on the test and your name will be entered into a drawing for prizes.   

Falcons of the Month

These are the Falcons of the month for May.  They are great examples for the other students, on time and at school every day and they work hard. Congratulations Falcons.   

Have your kids reading all Summer!


Summer Breakfast and Lunch Program




Kindergarten Registration


Thanks to everyone that came to the Candyland Math night. It was so much fun and yummy.  





  

Preschool Registration


Thanks to all our amazing parents for coming to SEP Conferences.   

   

Stem Fair Winners

K-4th Grades




5-6 Grade Winners



Stem Fair 

  

The Stem Fair is today.  Come check out the amazing projects of our students.  Parents can come see the projects from 3:00 - 6:30 p.m. this evening.  




 

Attendance Winners for this Term  

These 6th grade girls parents are the winners of the 2nd term Attendance gift cards.   Any student that has not had any absences or tardies for the term gets his/her parent's name entered into a drawing for a gift card.  
Congrats ladies! 

Visit from Local Falconer

Our 4th and 5th grades received a special visit from a local falconer set up by our Art Teacher, Miss Peterson.  She brought in birds and reptiles for the kids to draw.  It was also tied to the 4th grade curriculum and they saw some animals that are native to Utah. 

Falcons of the Month

Here are the Falcons of the month for December. 

CONGRATULATIONS!

Thanks to everyone that

came  to the

Family Stem Night. We had

huge turn out.  

 

 

Here are some of the winners of the 
Kindness Competition. 

  





Thanks to everyone that entered the competition.  

NEW Student Registration

 

Kindness Week is happening at Franklin.

Every day this week, during lunch, our Kindness Club has sponsored an activity to encourage Hope and Kindness with the students.  Here are some of the students doing the Kindness dance.    






Every student that came to SEP Conference were able to put his/her name into a drawing. Here are some of the winners.
 



SEP CONFERENCES

Thanks for coming to SEP Conferences.  We have the best parents and we couldn't do it without YOU!

Halloween Parade

 Halloween

To see more pictures from our parade click here.

Teacher Winners of large chocolate bar

WAY TO GO!

It's Red Ribbon Week


WE SAY NO TO DRUGS! 

Thanks Utah Valley Regional Medical Center!

WE LOVE OUR JUMP ROPES!

Fundraiser Top Sellers

Thanks for all your hard work.  



Candy Box Fundraiser

Thank you for all of your support this year.   

PTA Winners

Here are the winners of the PTA Contest to get everyone signed up for Smiths and Maceys donations to our school.

Student Winner

Teacher Winner

Utah Valley Student of the Week

Kahissa Corniel was spotlighted in the Daily Herald for being our first student of the week.  To read more about Kahissa click on this link.  Congratulations!

United Way Day of Caring

Today, September 14th, we had awesome volunteers come to Franklin to read stories and do an activity with the students. Some volunteers painted a variety of projects on the playgrounds. Thank you Utah Community Credit Union, The Daily Herald and MartizCX.   

 

Bike to School

Thanks Hangar 15 for the wonderful donations to those students that rode their bikes to school.  

Every Friday is Spirit Day. 

 

Don't forget to wear your school shirt!  

 (The rules for free or reduced lunch have changed.  Check to see if you qualify.)

Apply for Free or Reduced Lunch

 Online:

www.schoollunchapp.com

 

District Response to 13 Reasons Why Netflix Series

Dear Parents,

There has been a lot of concern around the message and potential impact of 13 Reasons Why, a series on Netflix based on a 2007 book by Jay Asher. The series revolves around 17-year-old Hannah Baker, who takes her own life and leaves behind audio recordings for 13 people who she says in some way were part of why she killed herself. Each tape recounts painful events in which one or more of the 13 individuals played a role and glamorizes suicide. The content is rated TV-MA, which designates “unsuitable for children under the age of 17.” The series includes graphic scenes involving drugs, bullying, rape and suicide. See link for more information about content IMDB Parent Guide. Netflix has announced that a second season is in production.

Greg Hudnall, Executive Director of Hope4Utah and a well-known suicide expert in the state of Utah said, “the series is harmful for impressionable teens. In the long run, it can cause more trauma and more pain for a child.” His concern is based on the following things:
The Netflix Series:

  • Offers no solutions to problems and challenges
  • Does not educate people about suicide
  • Could lead to more trauma and death

We strive to take a very proactive approach when it comes to suicide prevention in our schools and community and we’d like to share some resources that are available to help.

The message we want to share is that help is available. If you have further questions or concerns please contact your school’s Counselor or Social Worker. 

Check back often to see what is going on at our school!