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Franklin High School

at Marshall Campus
Home of the Quakers

3905 SE 91st AvenuePortland, OR 97266Ph 503-916-5140Fx 503-916-2694

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    Franklin 2016/17 Testing Dates (Updated 12/14/16): Franklin will be offering a variety of testing during the spring of 2017. The SBAC, or Smarter Balanced assessment, is a test given to students in their junior year. This test assesses math and language arts and provides students an opportunity to meet essential skills requirements for graduation. SBAC data is also used by the ODE to describe school academic performance. Opt out forms for the SBAC, ELPA, and OAKS tests are available here. Paper opt out forms will also be sent home with all students in their home language by December 9th. Opt out forms can be submitted at the Franklin main office. There is no deadline to submit opt out forms. 


    • English Language Proficiency Assessment (ELPA 21), approximate test time 3 hours, MARCH 1-10 in ELD classes

    • OAKS Science Assessment, approximate test time 1 hour, FEBRUARY 15-21 in junior science classes

    • ACT Test, test time 4 hours, FEBRUARY 28TH for all juniors.  (There is no cost for juniors and registration will happen at school prior to the test.)

    • SBAC English Language Arts Computer Adaptive, approximate test time 2.5 hours, MARCH 13-22 in junior Social Studies Classes

    • SBAC English Language Arts Performance Task, approximate test time 3 hours, APRIL 3-13 in junior English Language Arts classes

    • SBAC Math Computer Adaptive, approximate test time 2 hours, APRIL 17-24 in Algebra/Geometry classes and MAY 15-22 in all other math classes

    • SBAC Math Performance Task, approximate test time 1 hour, APRIL 25-28 in junior Science classes

    • AP Testing (test time varies), MAY 1-12 in sites across the district.  AP test dates/times.




  • Dear Franklin Community:

    Hope your holiday break was restful and fun.  I am so happy to be back at work.  Not that I did not enjoy my break, but anymore rest and lazing around was becoming a habit too hard to break!  Anyway, we have been back a week and we are on it!


    Upcoming Events for next week:

    • Due to the weather there is talk about extending first semester and have extended the end of year by  two days.  The board is meeting on January 10th to finalize the semester question, please stay tuned.  We are only in the first part of winter, it would be reasonable to say that planning vacations close to the last day of school could be impactful.  Please plan accordingly for student finals. 
    • Progress reports should be in your mailboxes by the end of next week.Celebrations! 
    • Con Law goes to State! The Franklin Constitution Team did a wonderful job last night. We came in second in our Division and that means we are going to state on Saturday, January 14th!! That competition will be held at the Mark Hatfield Federal Courthouse (downtown) from 10am to 4:15pm.  Everyone is welcome to come by and watch and cheer, for even a short time.  The units will compete from 10:00-12:25, then a lunch break, and then the units will compete again from 1:10-3:45.  Then is the awards ceremony.  



    Juanita Valder




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  • School conditions update

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    We want to update you on the status of our work to prepare our schools for the safe return of staff and students. Since Wednesday, our dedicated custodians and maintenance staff have been working very long hours to clear pathways, manage building power, plumbing and heat to ensure all of our utilities are operational given the freezing conditions that can impact pipes and electricity.

  • Friday, January 13: All schools and offices closed

    Schools will be closed tomorrow Friday, January 13.  Our teams have been out today clearing school sidewalks and parking lots and putting the chains on buses, however it is still unsafe on the streets and sidewalks for all of our students and staff to get to school.   All weekend activities including athletics are also canceled.

  • End of semester date change

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    Tuesday, January 10: The Board of Education made the decision to:

    Extend the semester by one week so that the last day of the semester will be Thursday, February 2nd (instead of the original schedule of Thursday, January 26th); AND

    Move the teacher planning day to Friday, February 3rd (from the original schedule of Friday, January 27).

  • Thursday, January 12: All schools and offices closed

    Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler declared a local emergency as a result of the near-record snowfall last night and through today. Temperatures are expected to remain low overnight leaving significant amounts of snow on city roads and sidewalks. Power is also a concern in certain parts of the city and some of our schools. Because of the continued weather impacts, all PPS schools and district offices will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, January 12.

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