If you missed our Back to School Night, check out what you missed!
Hello Franklin McKinley Families,
You may now check out devices and hotspots from the San Jose Public Library.
We are excited to welcome everyone back on Monday, August 15! School starts at 8:15 and ends at 1:15 for all grades the first week of school. Please see the calendar and updated common dress guidelines for more information.
If you're interested in our Spanish Dual Immersion program, we will have Kinder through 2nd-grade classes available for our 2022-2023 school year. Come to our information session on June 1st to learn more about the program we offer!
If you missed our monthly meeting, where you'll have access to the presentation and resources that were presented by PowerMyLearning. Special thanks to their team for leading our parent workshop on "Supporting Students with Motivation."
Free COVID Vaccines for Children 5 yrs and older and families
Due to unforeseen circumstances, tonight's Board Meeting has been canceled. We will have our Global Learners Student Recognition and Spirit Award ceremony as scheduled.
Thank you to everyone who attended our Back to School Night. If you were unable to attend the information can be found 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! 🐬
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.