Welcome to Franklin Elementary School

"Every Day We Learn and Grow"

Franklin Principal
Amity Butler

Franklin Elementary School is located in Port Angeles, Washington. We are on a hill overlooking the traits 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.

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Franklin 2017-18 School Supply List: All school list

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Franklin Elementary School Report Card

Recent News

PASD Capital Projects Levy informational mailer
PASD Capital Projects Levy informational mailer
An informational mailer about the February 13, 2018 Capital Projects Levy will be mailed to Port Angeles residents in early January. Please call 360.457-8575 with any questions. Preview the Capital Projects Levy mailer here.
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District News

Representatives from Roosevelt Elementary including principal Michelle Olsen, third grade teacher Erica Kuch, head custodian Dena Duce and third grade teacher Jennifer Reynolds talked on the air with Todd Ortloff about being named a 2017 School of Distinction. This distinction marks five years of improvement in test scores, placing Roosevelt Elementary in the top 5% of schools in Washington State.
Roosevelt Elementary students Becca Manson and Jaidence Blore from Terri Longin’s fourth grade class are working on a Genius Hour project to eliminate single-use plastic bags from the City of Port Angeles. They have already spoken at a City Council meeting and at Peninsula College as part of a panel group.
On January 10, nine Science Club students attended Donna Nelson’s lecture The Science of Breaking Bad: A Look Behind the Hollywood Screen at the University of Washington campus in Seattle. PAHS science teacher John Gallagher thanks the YMCA and Port Angeles Education Foundation for their support, making the field trip possible.
Strengthening Families, a series of parenting classes for Parents/Caregivers and Youth ages 10 – 14, is being offered at Stevens Middle School. Enrollment is limited to 20 families, so register today. For registration and more information, read more.
Students at Stevens Middle School recently had the chance to experience a taste of culture from the far east. Visitors from sister city Mutsu, Japan, hosted by Stevens Middle School families, demonstrated some of their customs during a culture fair in the school library on Monday, January 8.