Parent Art Survey
Franklin Public Schools is in the process of conducting a district-wide Art review. This includes examining research and best practices in Art instruction, analyzing relevant data, and listening to presentations by Art experts.
As we move forward with the process, it is crucial that we get input from all our stakeholders: students, staff and YOU, our parents. Please click on the link below to participate in this survey.
Country Dale News
A Message About WKCE Scores
Parents, please click here to read an important message about your child's upcoming WKCE scores.
A MAP to Success!
Mrs. Noel Needs all the Help She Can Get!
No wonder she was so thankful when Mary earned Assistant Principal status during the Education Foundation auction! Mary spent part of the day doing morning announcements, visiting classrooms and, even, assisting with the fire drill! Mary was such a great help that Mrs. Noel is having trouble getting her work done without her!
6th Grade Camp – Wednesday, May 22 through Friday, May 24
No School Memorial Day – Monday, May 27
Tuesday, June 4 - PTO Market Day pick up, 4-5 pm, Multi-Purpose Room
Thursday, June 6 - Kindergarten Spring Fling - 5:30 -8pm Multi-Purpose Room
Friday, June 7 - 1st Grade Play, 2:30-3:30 pm, Multi-Purpose Room
Monday, June 10 - PTO Ice Cream Social, 6-8 pm
Tuesday, June 11 - 6th grade Recognition - afternoon - time to be determined
Wednesday, June 12 - Half Day and Last Day of School - DISMISSAL AT 11:55 am
Visit Country Dale's website page for the most current information and important events!
We're So Glad to Be Back!
Parents, please access this link to view the information shared during Country Dale's Parent Information Night Tuesday, September 25th.
There are many important areas to focus on to ensure each of our students receives the best educational experience possible. But the smiles on their faces are even more important!
Country Dale is Hard at Work!
The week of August 27th, Country Dale teachers were busy preparing for the arrival of our students. In addition to getting lesson plans ready and rooms organized, our staff spent many hours learning together. Reviewing student performance data, advancing their understanding of the national Common Core standards, and setting building improvement goals were the focus of the first two days of the teachers' return to school. Our last few hours together were spent in a team-building exercise that will strengthen an already high performing team! We're excited about a new year!