Pupil Services

Students Work Together at Desk

Franklin Public Schools is dedicated to identifying, locating, and evaluating students with suspected special education needs from the ages of 3-21. Eligible students with disabilities will be provided with a free and appropriate public education consistent with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Parents, school staff, or community members may make a referral for consideration of special education needs by contacting Julie Preman, Director of Pupil Services or the building principal of your neighborhood school.

Department Contacts

Julie PremanDirector

414-525-7639

Chelsea WegnerAdministrative Assistant414-525-7626

Susan McCutcheonCompliance Specialist414-525-7627

18-19 Child Development Days

Child Development Days 2018-19

Each year, Franklin Public Schools, in collaboration with the Franklin Health Department, holds a screening for all three year old children who reside in the district boundaries. Known as Child Development Days, the program combines a play-based observational screening of children with a "Child Fair" for parents to learn more about child and family related services in the area. This year, families will have three opportunities to sign up for a screening. Please see the flyer and link to a brochure below for more information.

Child Development Days Brochure