Presentation on theme: "Franklin Campus Loomis Basin Charter School Annual Update."— Presentation transcript:
Franklin Campus Loomis Basin Charter School Annual Update
Traffic ½ Hour lag time between each school’s starting and ending times. Working with Fire Department and Placer County Sheriff Department to address abandoned cars in fire lanes.
Safety Coordinated fire and lockdown drills. Staff members continue to do an excellent job of following safety protocols on each campus.
Lunch Principal Shaw asked by LUSD (Jay Stewart). Increase lunch numbers. Revenue generator for Food Service Department: –Saved jobs and hours for classified employees.
STAR After School Program Declining enrollment. Addition of LBCS’s students increased STAR enrollment. More economically viable STAR After School Program.
Garden Committees from Franklin and LBCS coordinating efforts for a joint garden. Dirt area adjacent to synthetic turf field.
PTC LBCS families invited to attend recent Fall Festival. LBCS will invite Franklin families to attend LBCS’ Winter Festival. LBCS students supported Franklin’s kindergarten’s Friday ice cream fundraisers.
Strings Program Students from Franklin and LBCS participate in the after school program. Increased numbers sustain this after school enrichment.
Athletics Cross-country and track. Boys’ volleyball.
Facility Use Must be a LUSD approved third party group or organization. Request is submitted to Franklin’s main office to use a facility. PTC as well as the Franklin staff are notified, and have an opportunity to notify me if there will be a conflict prior to releasing the facility to the third party.
Assemblies 2008 – 2009: –Franklin PTC indicated a desire to provide more assemblies and enrichment opportunities for Franklin’s students. We discussed potential opportunity for our students. –On Friday, November 6, 2009, Franklin and LBCS students attended Jim Weiss’ writing presentation.
Future - Enrichment A Franklin middle school teacher is currently exploring the use of the MAC- based program “Garage Band” which may result in an enrichment opportunity for your sons and daughters. –LBCS is permitting Franklin’s teacher to use its MAC lab, at no cost to Franklin, in order to develop the program.
Future – Potential Solution Geometry –Currently, Franklin’s 8 th graders travel to Loomis Grammar School to attend an early morning geometry class. They are bused back to Franklin’s campus. –Possibility may exist to offer a geometry class on Franklin’s campus during regular school hours.
Future – Economic Uncertainty Committed to serve the students of our respective schools. Continue to respect the individuality, values, and norms of each campus. Provide the best educational experience for each of the families who entrust us with the safety, social, emotional, and intellectual development of their sons and daughters.
LBCS Growth 2010 – 2011, two (2) 6 th grade classes; approximately 60 students. 2011 – 2012, two (2) 7 th grade classes; approximately 60 students. 2012 – 2013, two (2) 8 th grade classes; approximately 60 students. 2013, K – 8 will be completed and LBCS will be approximately 500 +/- students.
Campus’ Future Considerations Cafeteria – lunch schedules. Gymnasium – physical education, assemblies, practice times. Coordination of Franklin’s and LBCS’s schedules. All facilties, buildings, etc. are Loomis Union School District’s property.
Opportunities for Your Children Shared assemblies: –Jim Weiss Shared enrichments: –Strings program, clubs, etc. –GATE program opportunities Courses: –Future of music and physical education unknown. –Geometry could potentially be delivered at Franklin campus. Potentially have enough students on this campus to sustain our own programs.