Oshkosh Area School District ― “Building Community Through Education”
Franklin Elementary School
1401 West 5th Avenue, Oshkosh, WI 54902 Phone: 920.424.0078 │Fax: 920.424.7581 oshkosh.k12.wi.us
Jami R. Kohl, Principal email@example.com
Rebecca Kleven, Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
DISTRICT HANDBOOK: The OASD has put together a School Year Handbook for the 2020-21 School Year. Please click on the following link to view this information: OASD 2021-22 School Plan Handbook
VISITOR PROTOCOLS: Please refer to Section 4.1 of the District Handbook above in regards to entering the school building. Parents will not be allowed to enter the school building for any reason, unless pre-approved by the building principal or designee. Parents needing to drop off or pick up their child during school hours will need to call the office at 424-0078 (press "0") and then wait out in their car for a staff member to meet you. Parents will not be allowed to enter the building to visit classrooms or the cafeteria without explicit permission from the building principal.
JANUARY EARLY RELEASE: Wednesday, January 12 is an early release day. All students dismiss at 12:30 pm.
Students are now required to have boots and snow pants at school each day if they want to play on the grass or wood chip areas due to the increased chances of snow and precipitation. Please make sure that your child's outdoor clothing is marked with their names.
RECESS JACKET GUIDELINES
Less than 50 degrees–students must wear a jacket.
50-59 degrees– jacket choice (Can’t come back in)
60 degrees and above– No jacket needed.
INDOOR RECESS GUIDELINES
Less than 10 degrees or Zero Wind Chill or rain– students stay inside
10 degrees and above Zero Wind Chill– OUTSIDE
Franklin Yearbook 2022
Please click on the following link to order a yearbook for this school year. The cost is $10.50. All orders for the yearbook will be online only. No yearbooks will be sold at school. Please not that all students do receive a free class composite. Orders are due by March 11, 2022.
In school students learn how to be safe, responsible and respectful digital citizens as they work on their Chromebooks. Many may have access to devices online at home. Please click on the link below to view the webpage Common Sense Media for useful tips on keeping kids safe online.
I hope you find this helpful. If you ever have questions or concerns please feel free to contact me.
OASD FOOD SERVICE
Oakwood - Lunch - 2 hours / day
Roosevelt - Breakfast - 2 hours / day
Washington - Breakfast - 2 hours / day
Webster Elementary - Lunch - 2.25 hours / day
North High - Cook Helper / Set up / Cashier / Brown Boxes - 3.5 hours / day
West High -Cook Helper - Dish Machine - 3.5 hours / day
Cook Helper - Dish Machine - 3.5 hours / day
Five positions - all area schools
Please apply for the jobs through the WECAN website or contact the Food Service office if you have questions. 920-424-4936
Study Purpose: The goal of this study is to better understand how families play video games collaboratively together. This study will be conducted at Oshkosh Marriage and Family Therapy Center, LLC on the weekends to protect your privacy.
Participants will be asked questions to complete the following activities:
1. Family unit will participate in a 30 minute collaborative video game called Overcooked 2 for the Nintendo Switch; 2 parents and 2 children will play rest of family will be observed for their passive play interactions.
2. Family unit will participate together in a post-video game play interview that should take 30 minutes to an hour.
Participants will be asked questions about:
1. Family verbal and non-verbal communication and interactions during video game play.
2. How this communication and interactions fostered or inhibited family bonding.
You are eligible for this study if you meet all of the following criteria:
For parents or legal guardians (adult age 18+) 1. You are the parent or legal guardian of at least two children between the ages of 7-17 years old.
2. Your family unit has a minimum of four family members (2 parents, 2 children) and a maximum of eight family members (2 parents, 6 children).
3. All children in the family unit are between the ages of 7-17 years old.
1. You are between the ages of 7-17 years old. 2. Your family unit contains a minimum of four family members (2 parents, 2 children) and a maximum of eight family members (2 parents, 6 children). 3. All children in your family unit are between the ages of 7-17 years old.
To participate in this study, please contact: Amanda Anderson, Doctoral Student at Northcentral University
email@example.com or (920) 252-2818
For face-to-face human subject research, those who are fully vaccinated, have no symptoms, and have not been experienced recent exposure to individuals with COVID 19; surgical or N95 masks and gloves are optional.
If you or a family member looking to participate in this study has/have recently started experiencing any of the below symptoms then we ask that you and your family not participant in the study at this time:
∙ Fever or chills, or
∙ Mild or moderate difficulty breathing, or
∙ New or worsening cough, or
∙ Sustained loss of smell, taste, or appetite, or
∙ Sore throat, or
∙ Vomiting or diarrhea, or
∙ Aching throughout the body
Researcher has received both vaccination and has received the booster shot for COVID-19 on December 2, 2021.
Masks and hand sanitizer are offered at the site location. All surfaces are disinfected after participating families leave.
Dear Franklin Family,
I’ve created a mailbox for you to reach me by clicking on the following link: Mrs. Tiedt's Parent Referral Mailbox. You may also reach me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 920-424-0078 ext 1528.
I am in each classroom every other week teaching guidance lessons. Please ask your student about the website that I’ve created for them as well. Click here to check out Mrs. Tiedt's Counselor Connection Website.
This is a stressful time for everyone. Remember we are here for you. If you need anything, check out this Oshkosh Area Community Resources link.
If your family is experiencing difficulty at home, I would like to provide additional support at school. I understand that you are not always able to share details and that’s okay. If your child is coming to school after a difficult night, morning, or weekend, please call me and just tell me to “Handle with Care.” Nothing else needs to be said or asked. This will let me know that your child may need extra time, patience, or help throughout the day. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. We are all in this together.
Check below to see what’s happening this month in guidance!
Wishing you well,
What’s Happening in Guidance?
During the month of January we will be focusing on self-awareness and our New Year’s resolutions.
We’ll focus on those things we’re great at and the things we need help with.