No Fee Programs
The Franklin Chorus meets on Wednesdays after school and gives primary grade (1st – 3rd) students an opportunity to perform at various school events. Notices will go out in the Thursday folder when this begins.
The Drama Club meets on Wednesdays after school and gives upper grade (4th – 6th) students an opportunity to create their own production. Notices will go out in the Thursday folder when this begins.
The Franklin News club is an enrichment program targeting 4th through 6th graders who have either been identified as part of the gifted and talented (GATE) program or selected by their teachers as potential candidates. The club explores the skills necessary to produce a newspaper, including reporting, creative writing, photography, editing, illustration and design; and it produces two school newspapers during the year. The goal is to expose students to different creative avenues – from poetry to comic strips – while also incorporating lessons that align with the standards being taught in the classroom. Though the program itself caters towards the upper grades, the entire school has an opportunity to submit pieces to the paper and students look forward to reading each issue.
The school newspaper is also a great way to support school spirit and engage students in proudly communicating classroom activities and school-wide events to a broader audience, including friends, family, other students and the community. Meeting dates and times TBD.
Principal Atikian’s Book Club
The Principal’s Book Club provides an opportunity for all students K-6 to experience the same piece of literature and share their thoughts. Depending on each students reading level, they will either read the book independently, read with help, or be read to – all of which build literacy skills. The book will be announced and available during our PTA Book Expo starting September 30th. We will also announce meeting dates and times and a reading schedule.
Fee Based Programs*
Home Work Club
Homework Club provides a structured and safe environment for students to complete their homework in both target language and English with the help of qualified instructors. Home Work Club strives to instill good work habits, organizational skills, time management abilities, and a sense of accomplishment in every student. Staff takes time and makes an effort to ensure that students understand all assignments they complete. Home Work Club is not childcare and should only be utilized by students who are able to complete their homework independently with minimal assistance.
Schedule: Tuesday – Thursday for 8 weeks
Session II: October 18 – December 16, 2016. Students may attend one, two, or three days a week for a 1 hour session each day.
Tue & Wed: HWC 1 for grades 1st -3rd From 2:15 – 3:15pm. HWC 2 for grades 4th – 6th meet from 2:45 – 3:45pm
Thursday: HWC for all grades From 1:15pm – 2:15pm.
Drop-ins are welcome!
$10.00 per day, 1 day a week session is $80.
$12 per day for drop ins.
For information please contact Homework Club Supervisor, Xiomi Puentes at 1-760 590 7873 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to contact Lango email us at: email@example.com. For more information about Lango, check us at www.langofoothills.com.
STAR Education has been the leader in educational after school programming and community-based cultural enrichment projects for over 25 years. STAR services more than 500 schools in 60 school districts, reaching over a million students and their families every year. L.A. Parent Magazine recently recognized STAR as having the Best After School Program, Best Tutoring Program, Best Early Childhood Program and the Best Sports Program in Greater Los Angeles.
Last year, LAUSD Beyond the Bell evaluators declared that “STAR students definitely score higher on tests than non-STAR students.” This spring, they avowed that STAR is “the gold standard” of after-school programs. STAR students demonstrate as much as 200% improvement on California Standardized Tests in Math, Science and Literacy.
STAR has been recognized as a “model program” by the White House and the U.S. Department of Education and received the Fête d’Excellence Award in association with the United Nations, as well as NBC’s Unsung Heroes Award. Their academic instructors are the cream of the crop, holding degrees in their individual fields from some of the best colleges and universities in the country. Their arts instructors are accomplished creators and performers with numerous works to their credit. All of their instructors receive extensive training in childhood education.
STAR provides innovative, high-quality programs for children that excite, inspire and open their minds. Students exhibit major academic and developmental gains with increased self-confidence, heightened creative abilities, and a strong sense of pride in their accomplishments.
*Scholarships are available. No child will be denied access to the programs for inability to pay.