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dist_logo_button The Port Angeles School District is committed to maximizing in-person learning, supporting academic recovery and acceleration. Our focuses are the well-being, health, and safety of our school community. Some health and safety protocols will remain this school year, others will go away, and we will implement new mitigation strategies.  Please click the green button to learn more!

School Hours

Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri
K-3 8:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
4-6 8:00 A.M. – 2:30 P.M.
Wednesday Only
K-3 9:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
4-6 9:00 A.M. – 2:30 P.M.

Key Strategies for Health and Safety When Returning to School

sick Feeling ill? Stay home.Click herefor the return to school flow chart.

spray Enhanced cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing of schools will be conducted. Click here to learn more!

mask Masks are required to be worn by all staff, students, and visitors on all campuses and buses. Maintaining six feet of social distancing whenever possible will be required while on Port Angeles School District property.

hand washing Regular handwashing and sanitizing will be required throughout the day. Hand sanitizer is available throughout all school buildings.

District News Feed

This notice is to inform you about a bomb threat that we received this morning. Our District is committed to the safety and education of all our students. We also want to communicate with parents about safety issues when they arise.
Beginning with the 2021-2022 school year, children and youth in Port Angeles will be “handled with care” in their schools following a distressing event that requires intervention from local fire and law enforcement responders.
Fall sports have returned! The Sequim School District and Port Angeles School District share a unified voice regarding guidelines for spectators while cheering on our teams this season.

Find more Port Angeles School District stories at PortAngelesSchools.org

Welcome to Franklin Elementary School

FRN Principal 2019-20

Our Mission
Our mission is to foster a commitment to and a love for lifelong learning.

Our Vision
Every day we learn and grow!

Franklin Elementary School is located in Port Angeles, Washington. We are on a hill overlooking the straits of Juan de Fuca and beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. The Olympic Mountains provide us with a beautiful backdrop for play and discovery. We are located east of Race Street, bordering Lauridsen Boulevard, in Port Angeles, Washington.

Learn more about Our School

Change of School Request Form

Due to our social distancing guidelines and school facility closures, we will be using on-line avenues for the 2020-2021 Request for Change in School of Attendance forms.  There are two situations in which you would need to complete this form:

1.       Your child currently opts into a school outside of your attendance area, and you plan to stay at the out-of-attendance-area school.

2.       You would like to request your child go to a school for the first time that is outside of your attendance area.

Please complete one of the forms below and either mail to the included address, or send it digitally (option #3).  And questions can be directed to your school principal.

1. Microsoft Word Document, Download and mail - School Change Request Form 

2.  Fillable PDF, Download and mail - School Change Request Form

2a. Non-fillable PDF, Download and mail - School Change Request Form 

3. Google Form - School Change Request Form (digital signature and sending)

Recent News

District News

This notice is to inform you about a bomb threat that we received this morning. Our District is committed to the safety and education of all our students. We also want to communicate with parents about safety issues when they arise.
Beginning with the 2021-2022 school year, children and youth in Port Angeles will be “handled with care” in their schools following a distressing event that requires intervention from local fire and law enforcement responders.
Fall sports have returned! The Sequim School District and Port Angeles School District share a unified voice regarding guidelines for spectators while cheering on our teams this season.
Our District is down bus drivers and paraeducators, and we are urgently hiring to fill these open positions.
With the new school year approaching, we wanted to reach out and let you know that the Port Angeles School District has been hard at work ironing out the details on our return to school plan.