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    Summer 2019 Resources

     

    Franklin SUN will host an open meal site for ages 1-18:

    • June 24-July 19, Monday-Friday

    • Breakfast 8:30am-9:30am

    • Lunch 12:15pm-11:15pm

     

     

    -MEINEKE PARTNERSHIP: FHS Barrell

    • Franklin SUN has developed a partnership with Meineke for food donations, student incentives and overall support! We are getting regular donations of bread, peanut butter, cup of noodles, granola bars for students.

    • Meineke is also offering discounts for FHS students, staff and families!

    • There is a barrell for Franklin donations at the SE Powell & 82nd location so please encourage your community to give!

     

    -Check out the 2018-2019 CLUB & ACTIVITY LIST      Daily Schedule

     

    -SUN offers drop in homework help in the Library after school: Homework Help Tutor Schedule

     

    -Parent feedback: Tell us about your experience at Franklin here   Perspectivas de los padres aqui

     

    Planning on starting a club this year: Download the  2019-2020 Club Charter Application

      

    -All participants this year must complete the 2019-2020 SUN Registration Form   & En ESPANOL

     

    -Interested in getting a Tutor/Mentor to help with homework and/or college application process? ASPIRE Request

     

    -Apply to be a Volunteer with SUN: Impact NW Volunteer Application

     

    -2018-2019 Support Services Request (for staff to refer students): Support Request Form

     

    -Helpful Resources for students and families: Community Resources  

     

    -Franklin Partners & Supports

     

    -FHS Student Resource Center

     


     What is SUN?

    SUN stands for Schools Uniting Neighborhoods. SUN Community Schools in Multnomah County are full-service neighborhood hubs where the school and partners from across the community come together to make sure kids and families have what they need to be successful - in school and in life. Franklin's SUN School is coordinated by our community partner, Impact NW. SUN Community Schools mobilize and strategically organize community resources to provide:

    • Educational support and skill development for youth and adults
    • Enrichment and recreation activities
    • Family involvement and support
    • Social, health and mental health resources
    • Family and community events
     
    We encourage all students to register for our SUN School to be eligible for the wide array of activities and services offered at Franklin, including tutoring, clubs, after-school meal, and more!
     
    Contact: Destiny Bucasas, SUN Site Manager Franklin HS room SS110
     

    Staff & Volunteer Forms

     

    Intern & Volunteer Timesheet

     

    SUN Staff & Volunteer Info Form

     

    ASPIRE Mentor Resources

     

    ASPIRE Student Resources

     

    SUN Volunteer & Staff Manual

     


    Meet Your Staff

    Destiny Bucasas, Site Manager:    (Mon-Fri, 9:30am-5:30pm) SS110

    Hafsa Aden Activities & ASPIRE Coordinator,   x84318  (Mon-Thurs, 11:30am-5:30pm) SS110

    Claudia Cedeno-Fornos, Supper Office Assistance & Latino Family Support, ccedenofornos1@pps.net  (Mon-Thurs, 2-5:30pm) SS110

    Thuy Tran, ESL Academic Support, ttran@pps.net  (A days)

     

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