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California Distinguished School

California Distinguished School

Our Meadows Staff Made It Through 2020

Meadows Staff Welcomes You

Spanish Dual Immersion Program

Now Enrolling For Our Spanish Dual Language Immersion Program

I Have a Dream

Preparing Every Child For The Future!

Cultural Day

Celebrating Diverse Cultures at Meadows

Lifelong Friendships

Lifelong Friendships Are Formed At Meadows


Getting Healthy With Earthquakes "Get Fit Program" with a Special Visit from Shea Salinas

Students gathering around principal for Appreciation Day

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Summer is Here!

We are currently enrolling for the 2021-22 school year. For incoming Kindergarteners, we have both an English program and a Spanish Dual Language Immersion program to choose from. Please come by or contact the front office at 408) 283-6300 to enroll today. The office will be closed for summer from July 1-31 and reopens August 1. To enroll over summer, please contact our district enrollment center at 408-283-6149. We are looking forward to opening our doors to our dolphin family on August 16 for in person instruction. All grade levels TK-6 start at 8:15 and are released at 1:15 the first week of school (TK releases at 11:40). Information about class assignments will be sent in August. Have a great summer and see you soon! 🐬

Celebrating Meadows 2021 Promotions

Thank you to our amazing community for your perseverance and patience through a challenging year! We are so proud of how hard our students, families and staff worked this year to make the best of a difficult situation in order to put health and safety first. To the 6th graders promoting from our school, may you always feel connected and remember...once a dolphin, always a dolphin.
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The Franklin-McKinley School District will ensure all 8th grade student graduates have the skills and knowledge to be ready for a college preparatory curriculum in high school. They all will have the ability to pursue a program preparing them for university and/or careers and lifelong learning.