December 6th, 7th and 8th at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets will be on sale at the door.
Theatre Works visited Franklin on Thursday, Nov. 29th to perform a magic show called Seasons Greetings.
- GED and ESL Classes
- Enrichment Classes
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Franklin students and their parents both participate in academic conferences this week.
Mrs. Lizotte's 4th Graders love reading to Ms. Wallet's 1st Graders! What a great way to foster literacy. Click on story for pictures.
Take a look at Franklin's 6th Graders performing an Order of Operation Activity! Click on the story for the video.
Third-grade students share 11 ways to celebrate Veterans Day. November 11th is the one day set aside each year to honor those who have served and continue to serve our nation.
Click HERE to see a special holiday message from Mr. McNeill.
Second Graders celebrated Mickey Mouse's birthday- click for pictures.
Information for the SHS Winter Sports tryouts is available below.
All Stratford High School activities are cancelled for today, Thursday, November 15th.
Franklin students were so excited to see and hear the Bunnell Marching Band. Click for pictures!
Franklin is participating in the district Stratford One News Network. Students are creating and broadcasting the news going on here at Franklin. Please check our Franklin website throughout the year for updated News Editions located HERE.
Franklin School celebrated Veteran's Day this year by bringing in different veterans to speak to our classes. We thank all Veterans for their service for our great country! Click to see pictures.
Franklin teachers came out to serve at McDonald's on November 7th to raise funds for our school. Click for pictures!
Save the Date! Parents, guardians, and families please join us on Tuesday, December 18 for Winterfest 2018 - a Fine Arts Celebration to welcome in winter. All grade levels and students will be performing. Our performance for families with last names M-Z starts at 9:15 a.m. and the performance for families with last names A-L starts at 1:15. We look forward to seeing you! This year's dances can be found on the Nichols PhysEd Depot page, http://www.youtube.com/c/NicholsPhysEdDepot1.
Franklin families came out last night to celebrate and get candy! Click for pictures.
Franklin has a student/ teacher Garden Club that meets several times throughout the year. Please click on this story for pictures!
Wooster Middle School is now a member of the League of Innovative Schools
Click to see pictures of this reading celebration!
Please click HERE to register your card information. Our school code is 17554. Thank you for your support!
Chapel's Student Council is calling on all families to help those in need. Please click on the links below to see the flyers:
In an effort to continue to keep student safety a top priority, we are sharing a review of family arrival and dismissal procedures. Recently, we have had an influx of cars illegally parked for pick-up and family members allowing students to cross into the bus area at drop-off. In an attempt to help clarify any confusion, there are procedural pictures below and traffic cones will be used to highlight areas that will not be accessible during arrival and dismissal times.
Please click here to see pictures.
Spetrino Pictures will produce a short film with our one of a kind, on site, intensive after school program. With our cameras, lights & other equipment your kids will be on a real movie set as they act in and help produce a short film! Click HERE for the flyer.
Franklin's 5th Graders gave speeches today to convince their fellow classmates that they would be the best "Kid Governor" for Connecticut! Click on this story for pictures.
Monday, November 12th
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
David Wooster Middle School Gymnasium
150 Lincoln Street
Please click HERE for information about this great event!
Please click to see pictures and click HERE for the open house video shown in all classrooms.
Please click HERE for more information about Franklin's newest reading incentive program!
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Chapel's annual walk-a-thon was held on Friday, October 12. Thank you to Mayor Hoydick for being our guest speaker at the Kick-Off Assembly. Please click here for an update.
Our Open House is on Wednesday October 13th 5:30-7:00 pm. Please click HERE for more information.
A counseling program called CBITS will run throughout the 2018-2019 school year. The CBITS group is designed to address the needs of students who have experienced traumatic events and suffer from traumatic stress.
Please click here for more information.
The Scholastic Book Fair was a HUGE success! Thanks Johnson House Families for promoting literacy and love of reading for our students.
Please click HERE for important information regarding the new report card changes for this year.
One message at just the right moment can change someone's entire day, outlook, and life!
In September, Nichols students created Kindness Rocks in their Art classes. These inspirational rocks will be "planted in two rock gardens; one located in front of the school's main entrance and the other, in the back of the school as part of the recently installed memorial garden.
Learn more at https://www.thekindnessrocksproject.com/
Nichols has begun participating in Crayola's ColorCycle program devised to turn used markers into energy. Students and staff will be collecting used markers that are ready to be discarded. The markers will be sent to a facility where they will be converted into clean fuel. This fuel can be used to power vehicles, heat homes, cook meals and more!
Please help support our efforts by reminding students to deposit any used markers in the classroom or from home – even non-Crayola brands – into drop-off boxes located in the faculty lounge, main office and each of the kindergarten rooms.
Contact Julie Cola for more information.
Learn more at http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle
Our week of "Start With Hello" has taken off. All of our Nichols students have shown kindness by greeting one another on, "Hey Day," as well as getting to know all of our new students on, "Ice Breaker Day." At recess students are playing with new friends and giving compliments throughout the day. Let's keep this going Nichols!
Learn more at https://www.sandyhookpromise.org/startwithhelloweek
Click HERE for the flyer.
Click HERE to see what our school is doing as a fundraiser this fall.
Franklin students love to read! Take a look at all of our summer readers!
Franklin students were welcomed with the red carpet and photo booth on their first day back to school for the 2018-19 year!
Congratulations to Franklin's Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Keri Paradis for receiving the Teacher Honorarium Award from the Stratford Senior Men's Club.