Franklin Elementary School

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* Grades Served: K-6
* Address: 1111 East Mason Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103 | Map
* Phone: (805) 963-4283
* Fax: (805) 962-6846
* E-mail: Ms. Casie Killgore
* Principal: Ms. Casie Killgore
* School Mascot: Eagles
* School Colors: Green and White
* Web Page: None

School Highlights

Franklin Elementary School is one of the oldest and largest elementary schools in the Santa Barbara Elementary School District.

For a four-year period Franklin operated as two separate schools: Franklin Primary School and Franklin Intermediate School. Then, in school year 2000-2001, as part of a reorganization plan, Franklin changed its operational format to that of a single school. The change was part of a planning process that began in 1999-2000. The Franklin 2000 Plan had two major goals: to identify specific strategies for improving student achievement and to plan for the reunification of Franklin as a K-6 school. Following are key changes in the academic program: utilize Open Court grade level intervention kits (grades 3-6) and McMillan supplemental phonics program (grades 4-6); pilot 45-minute performance-based language arts rotations in grade 4; implement Accelerated Reader Program schoolwide; employ two Title I-funded resource teachers to provide reading and newcomer support for students in grades 1-6.

Beginning school year 2000-2001, Franklin implemented a mandatory school uniform program for all students in grades K-6."


4th Grade Teacher

June 2019 Provo, UT
“I love that everyone that works at Franklin treats you like family. The kids are so fun and challenging to work with, that every day is an adventure. ”

Special Education Teaching Assistant

July 2019 - August 2019 North Andover, MA
“I loved working on a collaborative team of other teachers. I was the youngest TA, and I was given a lot of support and ideas for my future classroom.”
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