Welcome to Franklin Elementary
|In the almost 35 year history of Jump Rope For Heart, the American Heart Association has been able to impact many lives thanks to the support of teachers like you. Over the years, we have funded scientists who went on to win Nobel Prizes for their work! The American Heart Association has been able to work with health care providers to reduce the number of people dying from heart disease and stroke by 25% and those achievements are all because of lifesaving donations your students have raised! |
Simple Way to Grow Your Jump Rope For Heart Event!
|Students and parents can spend just a few minutes raising money for a Jump Rope For Heart event and make the same impact as they would by spending hours on the phone or on in-person requests! With our online donation tool, supporters can give donations in the same amount of time it takes them to sign up for a new email address or update a Facebook status. |
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2016 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE
The deadline for nominations is Friday, February 12, 2016. The Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce Awards for Excellence in Education memorandum and nomination form are accessed here. The event will be held on Monday, May 9, 2016, at Martin's West. . Entries must be mailed to the attention of Lauren Taylor at Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, 102 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 101, Towson, MD 21204 and received by Friday, February 12, 2016, to be considered.
Questions regarding this information should be directed to the following individual(s):
Mychael Dickerson, Chief Communications Officer 443-809-5908
STUDENT ART ON EXHIBIT!
2016 Youth Art Month Student Exhibit at The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland
March 1-13, 2016
March 13 Student’s Reception 1:00-3:00 All are welcomed!
The 2 artists representing Franklin Elementary are Angelica G. in Grade 5 and Lylah S. in Grade 4.
This is a beautiful art exhibit in the Walter’s marble piazza of Baltimore County Public School’s K-8 students. The museum is open to all for the day!
2016 State Of The Schools spring meeting hosted by Dr. Dallas Dance exhibits one student portrait from each BCPS school. Representing Franklin Elementary is Lily P. in Grade 3.
2016 Youth Art Community Exhibit is hosted by Owing Mills High School
March 22 in the gym, 6:00-8:00
The 15 artists representing Franklin Elementary are in Grade 1- Isabelle T., Grade 3- Anthony R., Dennis M., Kali L., Sydney S., Eden J., Grade 4- Andrick V. Maddy C., Hannah N., Grade 5- Jaden W., Connor Z., Darryl O., Amelia G., Rebecca C., Riya M.
We are so proud of our artist at Franklin Elementary!
All 5th graders will have art exhibited at our spring music concert May 19, 2016.
All student’s art is exhibited on our walls 3-4 times each year.
Franklin Elementary School seeks to develop respectful, responsible and productive citizens who will meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Franklin Elementary Mission Statement
Franklin Elementary School is committed to developing responsible, caring citizens able to meet the challenges of an ever-changing global economic and multicultural society. Teachers, parents and community members will provide encouragement, respect and opportunities to foster student success. Students will take the responsibility to utilize all available resources to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes of lifelong learners.
We believe that high quality education in a safe and orderly learning environment is a fundamental right of all children. We strive to provide diversified learning opportunities for our students, guaranteeing the opportunity for academic and personal/social growth in an atmosphere that is engaging and challenging. We are fortunate to have an active PTA and a supportive community. Together we are going to support our Future S.T.A.R.
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