These ladies from Mrs. Gross's class found an ice sheet that they thought looked like New Hampshire during the Snowmen at Night activities today!
Dear PSS Families, Tomorrow we will be spending sometime outside participating in activities associated with the story, “Snowmen at Night”. Please make sure your child comes to school prepared to play outside. Boots, snow pants, mittens, a winter hat and a warm coat are essential. Thank you, Sue
Good Afternoon Franklin Families: We will be fully remote tomorrow due to the storm. There will be no meal deliveries or pick ups.
Good evening Franklin Families, This is just a reminder that we have a remote day of school tomorrow in the Franklin School District. We will be delivering double meals tomorrow morning due to the potential storm coming Monday night into Tuesday morning. Our window at the middle school will be open for meal pickups tomorrow until 12:00. Stay tuned for further updates on the incoming storm.
Some more Valentine fun from Miss Cummings' class!
Mrs. Hubbard's kindergarteners enjoying their Valentine festivities!
Dear Franklin Families, I have been informed today of a positive case at Franklin Middle School. Contact tracing has been completed and notifications have been made. School will be open tomorrow for Cohort B students. Sincerely, Dan LeGallo SAU 18 Superintendent email@example.com
Good Afternoon - Due to the weather, there will be no after school activities this afternoon, 2/9/21, in the Franklin School District.
We were super busy bears last week in kindergarten doing all things gingerbread man related! We read a variety of gingerbread man stories, completed gingerbread man STEM projects, and even went on a scavenger hunt trying to find a gingerbread man who was loose in the school. Here are some images of Miss Kneeland's class on their scavenger hunt. We had so much fun giggling down the halls and reading all the clues that he left us. One student couldn't figure out how he was leaving clues so quickly, so we decided he was probably really good at teleporting! We even thought we could see all his little crumbs throughout the halls.
Happy Friday from Mrs. Gregg! My 3rd grade foxes have been very busy this week. Currently we are in Mission 3 of our math program, Zearn. We are practicing our multiplication facts and learning different strategies to help us decompose those tricky numbers. They are doing a great job and continue to work hard. Since February is Black History Month I have been reading books about African Americans who were an important part of U.S. history. My kiddos have learned about Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Ruby Bridges, and Bessie Colman. We are continuing to practice our cursive and now that I have taught all of our lower case letters I'm writing our daily morning message in cursive. The kids love being able to read in cursive. We are looking forward to our Valentine's day activities and celebrations next week!
We thought you would enjoy a snapshot of our first sledding opportunity! Let it snow.
Dear Franklin Families – With the impending snowstorm this afternoon and into tomorrow, we are cancelling all afternoon activities and athletic events. We will also be having a fully remote day on Tuesday at all three schools. There will be no meal deliveries or pickups for tomorrow. Sincerely, Daniel LeGallo Superintendent firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Franklin Families, I am reaching out to let you know that I have been informed of a positive case of a staff member at Franklin Middle School. The contact tracing has been conducted and notifications have been completed. Additionally, food service will be delivering double meals tomorrow just in case the predicted snow for Monday night into Tuesday impacts their ability to deliver meals Tuesday morning. Sincerely, Dan LeGallo SAU 18 Superintendent email@example.com
Dear PSS Families, It is with excitement and gratitude that I send you this invitation. We are delighted to inform you that a Franklin resident has been very busy building student desks for our students. At this time, we have two desks available for adoption. If you are interested in having a desk at home for your child to support remote learning, please email Miss Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org. We believe that we will have additional desks to offer families in the near future. Please do not hesitate to email your name and your child's grade level. We will begin a list and when additional desks become available, we will call you. Please do not wait to communicate your need as we do not know how many desks will be made available to us. Thank you to our secret donor for providing this wonderful resource to our students and to all of our PSS families for supporting your child during this difficult time in our world. Thank you, Sue Blair
Dear Franklin Families, The contact tracing for the positive student case at the middle school from yesterday has been completed and all affected students and staff have been notified. We are all set to reopen the middle school tomorrow for in-person learning with Cohort B students. I appreciate your patience as we worked through the notification process. Sincerely, Dan LeGallo SAU 18 Superintendent email@example.com
Good Afternoon Franklin Families, I am reaching out this afternoon to let you know that 2 students have tested positive today, one at the high school and one at the middle school. The high school student contact tracing will be completed by this evening and the high school will be open for in person learning tomorrow for Cohort B students. The middle school student attended school yesterday so the middle school will be fully remote tomorrow so that the contact tracing can be completed. I will let you know tomorrow afternoon when we have completed the contact tracing and what the status of school will be for Friday. Please reach out to me if you have any questions. Sincerely, Dan LeGallo SAU 18 Superintendent firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Franklin Families, I am reaching out to inform you that a middle school student has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has not been in school for the past 10 days so the contact tracing was minimal and has been completed. All 3 schools will be open for in-person learning tomorrow for Cohort A students. Sincerely, Dan LeGallo SAU 18 Superintendent email@example.com
Good evening Franklin Families, A reminder that there is no school on Friday as it is a teacher’s workshop day and no school on Monday for the holiday. We will be delivering and serving double meals tomorrow as the food service staff has a day off on Friday and Monday for the holiday as well. Thank you for your continued support. Dan LeGallo SAU 18 Superintendent firstname.lastname@example.org
The Franklin School Board meeting will be held on Tuesday next week due to the Monday holiday. The meeting will be held at our new start time of 6:00 at our new location in the Franklin High School cafeteria. The public is welcome to attend or view the meeting on our youtube channel, "Franklin NH School Board." A link will be sent out with the agenda later this week.
Dear Franklin Families, I am reaching out to you today to report 3 positive student cases at Franklin Middle School. 2 of the students have not attended school since before vacation. The 3rd student is fully remote. Contact tracing was minimal and has been completed. Additionally, the contact tracing for the high school positive student case that I reported to you yesterday has been completed All 3 schools will be open for in-person learning tomorrow for Cohort A students. Sincerely, Dan LeGallo SAU 18 Superintendent email@example.com