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"Hand in hand we learn!"
The Mission of the Franklin Phonetic Primary School is to prepare students academic skills and personal attributes that will allow them to be successful in their future college and career choices. Students will be able to perform grade appropriate tasks in all academic areas.
Reading proficiency is strongly emphasized as it is the foundational skill upon which many other academic competencies are built. The school strives to ensure that all children meet and surpass prescribed grade level expectations.
Children will learn to study, behave appropriately and value learning as they are taught in an exciting orderly classroom environment. By involving parents and including fine arts and foreign language instruction within the curriculum, the school strives to meet the needs of all students and please all families, including those who favor a more traditional approach to education.
What's new at Franklin:
* October 22, 23, 24, 2014: Early release, parent teacher conferences
* All Fridays are Early Release:
1st - 3rd 11:45
4th - 5th 12:10
6th - 8th 12:15
For a look at the upcoming calendar just click here
*Under the Federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001, Title 1 Schools are required to provide parent notification when a teacher does not meet the requirements of a highly qualified professional as outlined in NCLB legislation. While Franklin has never had to report employment of a non-highly qualified teacher, we do make information available to all parents concerning teacher qualifications. If, at anytime, you wish to review the professional qualifications of any of our teachers or staff members, please visit the Jr. High office. We will be glad to direct you to the folder containing all of this info.* Pursuant to ARS 38-431.02, Franklin School hereby states that all notices of meetings will be noted in the school newsletter and on this website. Such notices will indicate the date, time and place of the meeting. Meeting agendas will be posted in the office window at least 24 hours prior to meetings.