Franklin's SUN Community School info
- Check out the current list of Clubs, Classes & Activities: FHS Club List 2015-16
- 2015-2016 SUN Registration form required for participation. Download here: SUN Form En Espanol
- Interested in starting a club? 2015-16 Club Charter form
Supper (free after school meal) is served in the cafeteria from 4:30-5:15pm on Regular days and 3:15-4pm on Tutorial days.
Interested in VOLUNTEERING with SUN at Franklin?? Apply Here
What SUN offers:
· After school classes & activities: Learn guitar, get help preparing for a job, find an internship, design apps, sing, act, record music, volunteer in the community and more!
· Tutoring Center: Open to all students to get homework help after school, Mon-Thurs in Lib
· Supper: A free meal served Mon-Thurs 4:30-5:15pm* in cafeteria for participants (*Served 3:15-4pm on Tutorial Days)
· Student clubs: Talk to us if you want to join or start a club. (Club & Activity Fair is 9/18)
· ASPIRE: Get a mentor to help you start preparing for college and staying on track!
· Support: Community resources (food, clothing, school supplies), counseling, support groups
· General: A place to hang out, use computers, work on homework, talk with staff, get help
View our Franklin SUN Community School Profile
FRANKLIN SUN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Franklin is a SUN COMMUNITY SCHOOL!!!
SUN stands for Schools Uniting Neighborhoods. SUN Community Schools are the school-based delivery sites for a comprehensive set of services including educational, enrichment, recreational, social and health services. This nationally recognized system of care works to ensure families are healthy so they can champion and support their children. The SUN Service System collaboration is managed by Multnomah County http://web.multco.us/sun/sun-community-schools and this site is funded by Portland Children’s Levy and delivered by Impact NW www.impactnw.org
SUN Community Schools are not a program, but rather a place and support hub where schools and communities work together to support the success of children and families and provide a comprehensive array of services. They serve as the vehicle to link a school with community institutions, such as libraries, parks, community centers, neighborhood health clinics and area churches and businesses.
WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR FRANKLIN STUDENTS AND FAMILIES?
Impact NW SUN staff will have an office at Franklin (room 109) in order to coordinate:
-Before & After school activities (including academic support, enrichment & recreational activities)
-Adult educational opportunities
-Family and community outreach events
-Social service referrals and resources
-On-site support staff to help students and parents/guardians navigate school and community arenas
MEET YOUR SUN STAFF!
The Innovation Academy students designed a mobile app proposal (Multiplication X) “to teach the skills and tricks of learning multiplication and multiplication tables in the most engaging way” for the Verizon App Challenge. One middle school and one high school won in each state. FHS won the High School prize in Oregon!
A huge thanks to the students and staff.
Students: Benjamin Alvi, John (Pierre) Carr, Max Weisenbloom, Simon Barbarasch, Joey Williams
Staff: Amber McGill (SUN), Randy Macdonald (Innovation Academy Program Director, TAO Foundation), Scott Buntin (Franklin Innovation Academy Coach), Joe Rowe (Faculty Advisor)
Franklin's Innovation Academy is sponsored by Portland Metro STEM Partnership in partnership with the Franklin SUN Community School. Innovation Academy is a TAO Foundation program which facilitates project-based learning that equips students with the skills they need to enter Oregon’s growing digital economy while developing technologies that have real community impact.