• Attendance: Parents/guardians can contact the attendance secretary via email at franklinattend@pps.net or via phone at 503-916-3543 to report any absences. Email is preferred.

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  • STUDENT PASSWORD RESET: Current students who need a password reset should use this link to request one 

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  • Credit Completion Camp

      Credit Camp

    Click HERE or contact your counselor for more information.

    Description of Credit Recovery Options

  • Class of 2021

    Congratulation Class of 2021!

    Graducation Photos were taken by Visual Impressions

    Pictures

    Visual Impressions Photography, LLC
    503-320-3076
    www.visualimpressions.org
    amanda@visualimpressions.org

     

  • Franklin Instrumental Plays Franklin Fight Song

    Congratulations Class of 2021!

     

  • 4th Quarter Schedule

    Hybrid Schedule 4th Quarter

    Synchronous AM: Also known as “Live Learning,” All students participate in live virtual classrooms in the morning. Teachers will present content and have students practice the work

    In Person PM (M,T,/Th,F): For students who elected the hybrid model. Teachers will review synchronous content or have students practice the work. Students will be in the classroom with a teacher.

    Asynchronous PM (M,T,/Th,F): For students who elected the CDL Only model. Students will review synchronous content or practice the work. Students will be online and not have the support of a teacher.

    Asynchronous Wednesday: These 40 minute blocks are set up to help students and teachers organize their time; For example, if a teacher wants to hold a ‘small group’ meeting with some students from 2nd period, they would do it on Wednesday between 10:00 - 10:40am.

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Principal's Message

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    Dear Franklin Families and Students:  

    Today marks the last official day of high school for our Seniors.  We would like to thank them for their many contributions these past four years.  The Class of 2021 is commended for their innovation, their persistence, and their desire to enhance our school community.  The Class of 2021 will certainly be missed. To the Seniors and their families we congratulate you and salute you. We look forward to celebrating with you at commencement on June 8th.

    Thank you being Franklin STRONG,

    Chris Frazier  



    Updates, Highlights, and Reminders 

    GRADUATION DAY INFORMATION

    Commencent is right around the corner on June 8 at Providence Park (see information below) and we are so excited to celebrate with you!  If your senior has gone through the clearance process and submitted an email for family tickets to be sent, you will receive an email by no later than Monday, June 7 about your tickets.

     

    How do I get my family tickets?

    • The email address submitted by your student will receive multiple emails that contain all of your tickets.  You will need to open each of the emails.

    1. Open the emails from SeatGeek 

    2. "Accept" the tickets

    3. "Sign up" (if you never used SeekGeek) or "login" (if you have a SeatGeek account).

    4. Your tickets will then be loaded into your SeatGeek account.

    5. For Graduation on June 8: you can access your tickets through your email OR using the SeatGeek app.

    • Note: You have the ability to transfer tickets to other people using SeatGeek if you would like to do so.

                                                                               Graduation Day

    COMMENCEMENT INFORMATION

    Graduation Rehearsal

    Watch this video to know what to do

    drive.google.com/file/d/1-xp7eJy9Bfmw1OjboVvecJSvyxZrZ1Yu/view

     

    Youtube LiveStream

    The ceremony at Providence will be livestreamed at this link:

    https://www.youtube.com/user/ppscomms/live

     

    Recordings of the ceremonies will also be shared on the PPS YouTube channel, around a week after all of the grads are over:

    https://www.youtube.com/user/ppscomms

     

    Providence Park Requirements

    Students

    As Franklin students and guests of Providence Park, please maintain your STRONG behavior by following PPS behavioral expectations.  Thank You!

    When to arrive

    6:30pm (June 8)

    Where to go

    Enter at Gate E, everyone will pass through a metal detector

    What to bring

    Cap, gown, tassel, regalia/honor cords, paper ticket

    What NOT to bring

    NO Food, bags, drinks (water will be provided)

    What to wear

    Comfortable shoes for walking the long 1/2 mile (with many stairs) to the stage & back  from student section

    Families

     

    When to arrive

    7:00pm (June 8)

    Where to go

    Enter at Gate D,  everyone will pass through a metal detector

    What to bring

    Phone with SeatGeek ticket/or email with ticket (FHS staff will be present to help)

    What NOT to bring

    Balloons of any kind, food/beverage, stickers, confetti/glitter

    Only clear bags will be allowed under the following guidelines:

    • Allowed sizing for Clear Bags -  12″ x 6″ x 12″

    • Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″.  

    • One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (ziploc bag or similar). 

    • Clear backpacks within the listed dimensions and have no more than two (2) pockets.

    Allowed Sizing for Non-Clear Purses, Clutches and Wallets – 4.5” x 6.5”

    • These items may be carried into the stadium along with one of the clear bag options.

    Transportation and Parking

    Providence Park transportation and parking

    (timbers.com/providencepark/parking-directions) Parking is extremely limited.  

    Allow time and consider using MAX which drops off right at Providence Park. S

    earch Parking options near Providence Park.

    MAX rail line Information

    Trimet rail map (blue/red line)

    trimet.org/maps/img/railsystem.png

    Health & Safety

    Masks

    Masks and face coverings are required for entry for all individuals ages 2 and older, and must be worn throughout the event.

    Social Distancing

    Maintain 6 feet between you and other individuals who are outside of your group.

    Sanitation

    Please sanitize and/or wash hands often to prevent the spread of COVID-19

     

    This and other senior information can be found at Franklin’s “Senior Corner” (sites.google.com/pps.net/seniorcorner)

     

     

    Seniors Not Attending Graduation - NEW

    We recognize that not all Seniors will be able to participate in the commencement ceremony. We recognize that a multitude of factors come into play as families have to make this decision.  For Seniors not attending commencement; 

    diplomas will be mailed home starting June 9th.

     

    Graduation Parking Fundraiser - NEW

    The Metropolitan Learning Center (MLC) PTSA is holding a parking and window wash fundraiser during PPS graduations. MLC is located at 2033 NW Glisan Street, a seven minute walk  to Providence Park!They will begin accepting cars for the Franklin Graduation Ceremony  Tuesday @ 7:00 pmSuggested donation of $10 benefits the MLC PTSA and in turn supports MLC students, families, staff, and teachers.

    Summer Credit Recovery Opportunities- REMINDER

     

    Summer Credit Recovery Opportunities

    Credit Completion Camp - Invites have been mailed to students that teachers have identified as needing a little more time to finish up coursework for either a Spring 2020 INC or a non-passing grade from this 2020-2021 school year.  This opportunity is only available to students that receive an invitation.  Confirmation letters will be sent the week of June 7th with the student’s schedule.  Click here for more information.

     

    Summer Scholars - Franklin will serve as a HUB for our PPS Summer School program.  Summer Scholars is for any PPS student that needs to take a class completely over for the purposes of credit recovery.  For more information, visit the Summer Scholars website.  To sign up, students need to contact their counselor.

     

    PPS Vaccinations Update - REMINDER

    A message from Portland Public Schools

     

    Dear PPS Families,

    As we shared last week, the Oregon Health Authority recently announced the approval of Pfizer’s two-dose COVID-19 vaccination for individuals age 12 and up. 

    In order to receive the vaccine, students ages 12-14 must be accompanied by either a parent, a guardian, or someone designated by the parent. If accompanied by an adult other than a parent, a student must have a parent-signed consent form. Below is the consent form in all PPS-supported languages:

    Please visit the PPS Student & Family Vaccination website for information about our supported Wednesday vaccination opportunities at the Oregon Convention Center, which includes shuttle bus availability for students and families at five PPS locations. You can also visit all4oregon.org for vaccination opportunities throughout the week.



    Additional Opportunities for students: please see links below:

     

    Franklin Focuses on Equity

    LGBT Pride Month occurs in June in the United States.  During the month of June we recognize and celebrate the impact LGBT people have had in the world and our community.

     

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