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Green Festival at Los Angeles Convention Center 26Sep15 with ECO CLUB

Taste of the Week

Eco Club

Fridays from 3:45-5:00, Room 408.

Please e-mail Ms. Lisha or visit her in room 408 if you are interested in joining the Franklin's Eco Club!




Trick or Treat for Unicef was a great success.


The 2017 Journalism Class along with their teacher, Ms. Bellin,  had a goal of raising enough money for one water kit, that would helps 10 families protect and provide safe, clean water for themselves.

Thanks to the generosity of Franklin students, teachers and staff, they raised $ 428.50, which is enough to purchase Five Water Kits, which will help 50 families.


While researching the impact on children left in refugee camps, the Journalism class was sad to read about the thousands of children in the world that are without clean water.  They decided to make a difference by Trick or Treating for Unicef, and asked their school mates to help by bringing a quarter on October 31st, 2017.  The event was quite a success.


Below see Unicef photos of how a water kit provides assistance.

for more information: UNICEF for every child


Water Kit

Each kit is $81.51 and helps 10 Families.

Safe water after a disaster.

The Family Water Kit helps families emerging from disaster provide clean, lifesaving water to their children.

One kit contains 20 clever, collapsible plastic water containers, which hold an impressive 10 liters of drinking water each; 500 water purifying tablets to prevent the outbreak of water-borne illnesses such as cholera and typhoid and several bars of soap for washing.

This grand gift helps 10 families protect and provide safe, clean water for themselves.


Ms Lisha and the Ecology Club, have fun at Beach Clean Up Field Trip Sat. 19Sep15

Beach Clean Up

Recycling Guidelines

Classroom Bins

Students from the Eco Club empty bins on a regular basis. The city picks up the recycling on Friday mornings. The purple bins are full by the end of the week, so...

  • Please do not overfill the bins.
  • Please break down boxes.

The bins CAN be used for bottles and cans, with a few guidelines...

  • They must be emptied every day to avoid pests. 
  • Monitor the bin to make sure that it only contains recyclables. Make sure your students understand the purpose of the bin.
  • Keep the bin clean and dry. Rinse bottles and cans whenever possible.

Hallway and Office Bins

  • Please use hallway and office bins for PAPER ONLY.
  • PLEASE break down boxes.
  • If you notice that a bin in the hall or office is full, please feel free to have a student empty it, or empty it yourself.

Eco Club Files

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Did you know that Long Beach diverts 69 percent of the City’s trash from disposal through recycling, reuse and waste reduction programs?


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E-Waste Information

The district picks up our school e-waste (a.k.a. "universal waste"), which includes the following:

  • flourescent light bulbs
  • used LCD bulbs
  • broken electronics
  • used alkaline batteries
Teachers, if you have e-waste in your classroom, please e-mail Brian and he will have it removed.
Please do not bring in e-waste from home. Please see the city's Environmental Services Bureau's website for ways to dispose of your e-waste from home.