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Title I Files

Title I Information

School Site Council (SSC)

The School Site Council (SSC) is generally responsible for:

  • Discussing needs, using data, and prioritizing goals based on needs.
  • Gathering information from the English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC).
  • Developing and making recommendations on the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA), reviewing the SPSA and evaluating its effectiveness.
The governing board (Long Beach Unified Board of Education) holds the final authority.
English Language Advisory Committee

Our English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC) advises the school on programs and services specifically for English Learners.

ELAC is formed by the parents of English Learners (EL) and school staff members involved in the instruction of EL students. ELAC provides recomendations to SSC.

All parents are welcome to attend ELAC meetings.

District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC)

Franklin sends at least one parent representative to the District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC) meetings. Meetings are held on a monthly basis. All parents are welcome to attend. More information can be found here.

Parent Meeting Details
  • SSC and ELAC meet in the Franklin Parent Center, room 117. 
  • SSC meets on Wednesdays mornings, six times a year.
  • ELAC meets on Tuesdays mornings, four times a year.
  • Check the Parent Calendar for dates.

 

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The following programs are funded by Title I:

Tutoring
  • Tutoring: 1-3 days a week 
  • 1 hour per session
  • 10 students  at "Nearly Met" or "Not Met" on their Math or ELA SBAC score
  • 10-12 week sessions
Saturday School 
  • 3 hours
  • 10-12 Saturdays/weeks per session
  • 15 students at "Nearly Met" on their Math and ELA  SBAC score (no overlap with tutoring)
PIQE - Parent Institute for Quality Education
  • Supporting the Academic Achievement of Adolescents Through Their Changes
  • Connecting Academic Success and Positive Self-Esteem
  • Overcoming Obstacles to School Success
  • Motivating Teenagers to Read
  • Understanding the Importance of Middle School as a Bridge to High School
  • Preparing to Meet the University Admission Requirements

More information can be found here.