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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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    Buy Your Auction Ticket Now 

    Senior Photo Deadline has been extended to February 24th!! 



    AP Testing Registration is now open! 

    Click HERE for the student online registration instructions. Please note that the registration process has changed, so please read the instructions carefully.  The deadline to register is February 24th.  All AP students will be receiving a copy of the registration instructions in their AP class.  Students on free and reduced lunch pay no fee for AP tests.  Fee scholarships for students not receiving free and reduced lunch but experiencing financial hardship are available and applications are available in the main office and HERE.  Please see Jill Register in the main office with any questions.

    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.

    Hello Franklin Community!

    Here is a great college readiness opportunity to encourage your juniors and seniors and their families to attend.  All costs covered!!! 



  • Dear Franklin Community:

    I had an opportunity to go out to the new site this week.  AMAZING is all I can say.  The drywall is up, flooring going in, and all portions of the building are moving along at lightning speed. The changes to the building highlight the old components of the space honorably.  Classrooms are spacious, bright and airy, the dance floor is in, the auditorium is taking shape, cabinetry is installed in offices and classrooms and detailing on the clock tower banisters in completed.  AMAZING.  I have also, started work with the staff steering committee on transition planning for the move. However, we are being highly cognizant that we need to do school NOW and honor the seniors in this space.  A balancing act for sure. 

    Next week will come with  staffing allocations, board decisions on snow day time finalized and ACT testing to boot!  Big week.  I look forward to filling you in on it all next week. Please scroll down and read about Athletics and the wrap up of our winter seasons-Congrats to BB going to play offs and Wrestlers off to State.  Great Showing Quakers!

    Please note the next article below is about the Auction.  If you have not done so, PLEASE support our students and school by joining us at the PTSA Auction.  This is the major fundraiser for Franklin and the benefits are too many to count.  Thank you PTSA for all your hard work on the planning and execution of this huge event.  It promises to be a great time. Hope to see you all there.

    Enjoy your week end!


    Juanita Valder



District News

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  • Affirming commitment to transgender students

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    Dear Students, Families and Staff:

    I wanted to reach out to assure you that actions this week by the federal government to reduce protections for transgender students does not change or diminish our commitment to upholding clear PPS policies and guidelines that prohibit discrimination based on gender identity or expression.

  • School Board approves boundary changes for Peninsula and Chief Joseph

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    The Portland Public Schools Board of Directors voted unanimously last night to approve boundary changes to Peninsula and Chief Joseph schools, both feeder schools for Ockley Green Middle School. The 7-0 vote endorses one of two proposals from the District-wide Boundary Review Advisory Committee (DBRAC), which was formed in 2014 to help with enrollment balancing across Portland Public Schools.
  • Nine of our schools earn EPA’s ENERGY STAR rating

    At a ceremony on February 10 at Wilson High School in SW Portland, nine PPS schools were recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for achieving ENERGY STAR certification. To receive this certification, a building must perform in the top 25% of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency, and meet strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the EPA. ENERGY STAR schools use an average of 35% less energy, and also release 35% less carbon dioxide.

    Read the full press release here.

  • Enrollment balancing for Peninsula, Chief Joseph and Ockley Green

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    The District-wide Boundary Review Advisory Committee (DBRAC) was formed in 2014 to help with enrollment balancing across Portland Public Schools. The committee’s most recent work led them to propose two options to help relieve crowding at Chief Joseph and to create more robust enrollment at Peninsula starting in the 2017-18 school year. On January 30, 2017, Interim Superintendent Bob McKean endorsed one of two DBRAC proposals.

    The proposal, which still requires the approval of the Board of Education, may be reviewed at,

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