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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:

    Well, we are now thawing out and only seeing remnants of the crazy snow we have faced the last couple of weeks. We are all glad to be back. A lot is happening as teacher adjust their curriculum and work their magic to catch students up. We have made adjustments to the calendar, which is reflected on the website and rescheduled events are listed on the calendar above. Please continue to check the website frequently as we will have continued updates from the PPS School Board on the remaining days we must adjust for. 


    Upcoming Events for next week:

    • The Classroom Law Project has rescheduled the “We the People Constitution Competition” for Saturday, January 21st.  All other details are the same (Federal Courthouse downtown, from 10am to 4:15pm). Please come and support  them!
    • Attention seniors applying to four-year colleges and universities!  Because of the missed days due to weather and the extension of Second Semester, grades will be posted by February 5th.  We will send mid-year reports and transcripts beginning February 8-9. Colleges are aware of differing semester schedules.  If you have specific concerns, please contact your counselor.Celebrations!
    • Senior Stephanie Clayville is highlighted as a student who demonstrates a promise for Oregon’s future. Congratulations and thanks for your determination!
    • Before the holiday break and as we just returned from break two ASP events were held. Thanks to all of the staff, alum and community members who participated by sharing valuable college information and powerful personal stories. Thanks to the teams who put these events together and to Sunny Childs for her photos.
      • Chris Frazier and Holly Vaughn Edmonds pulled together an ASP event for our African American and Pacific Islander students called “Higher Ground”.. photos of this event here  
      • Raquel Laiz pulled together our ASP Event for our Hispanic and Native American students-“Listos” of this event .
      • Check the website soon for some updated aerial photos of the new building!Quaker Program Highlight:
      • In September 2016, students on the Franklin Green Team applied to renew Franklin High School’s status as an Oregon Green School. Green School status shows that a school has satisfied a number of sustainability criteria and is actively working to reduce its negative environmental impact. Franklin originally achieved “entry-level” Green School status in 2015, but the designation expired after 3 years. After hard work from the whole Franklin community, the Franklin Green Team recently received news that Franklin has once again been officially designated as a Green School, one year ahead of our expiration. Franklin is now considered a “merit-level” green school, a tier higher than before, which shows that our school is continuing to become more sustainable. Stop by the display case across from C-12 to check out the plaque recognizing our achievement! Congratulations!


    Juanita Valder




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