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Ms. Robinson, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Fernandez, and Mrs. Wilson-Ewert represented Ramblewood at the California Distinguished School Awards Ceremony.

Ms. Robinson, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Fernandez, and Mrs. Wilson-Ewert represented Ramblewood at the California Distinguished School Awards Ceremony.

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Summer School 2021 Information

FMSD will be offering Summer School to interested families June 21-July 16, 2021. We are offering two options: in-person summer school or distance learning. In-Person classes will be no more than 15 students and we will continue to follow Health and Safety procedures according to the Santa Clara County Public Health Department. Spaces are limited and enrollment is first-come, first served. Applications are due by May 15th.

FMSD's COVID-19 Safety Plans Based on the California Dept. of Public Health Framework

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) developed a new framework (published on January 14, 2021) to support school communities as they decide when and how to implement in-person instruction for the 2020-2021 school year. This framework is an update to the COVID-19 and Reopening In-Person Learning Framework for K-12 Schools in California, 2020-2021 School Year (July 17, 2020) guidance. This update also impacts guidance in the COVID-19 Prepared: Reopening of Santa Clara County K-12 Schools (September 21, 2020).
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The Franklin-McKinley School District will ensure all 8th grade student graduates have the skills and knowledge to be ready for a college preparatory curriculum in high school. They all will have the ability to pursue a program preparing them for university and/or careers and lifelong learning.