Sunday, September 23, 2012

Franklin High School: Improvement Plan 2012-13

An excerpt from the Franklin High School - Improvement Plan for 2012-2013
Franklin High School, located in Franklin, Massachusetts, has an enrollment of 1612 students in grades 9-12 serviced by 104.5 Teachers and 17 Educational Assistants. In addition, the students are supported by 6 guidance counselors, 2 school psychologists and 3 adjustment counselors. The administration consists of 1 principal, 3 assistant principals, 1 special education administrator and 1 athletic director. 

Based on March 2012 SIMS data, the ethnic makeup of our school is: 1486-Caucasian, 13-Black/African American, 60-Asian, 4-American Indian, 3-Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 24-Hispanic or Latino. The current inclusion model has 277 members of the student body classified as special needs students. Less than 1% of the student body comes from homes where their first language is not English. In March of 2009, 52 students were provided with free/ reduced price lunches and as of June 2012, 137 Students qualified for free/reduced price lunches (62% increase over three years)

The full School Improvement Plan can be found here

This is scheduled to be part of the agenda for the School Committee meeting on Tuesday, Sep 25th

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