Franklin Elementary School



 
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Principal
Kimberly Coyne
Vice Principal
Kimberly Dominick

Administrative Intern
Abdulilah Al-Dubai
DASA Coordinators
Kim Coyne
Kim Vargas
Main Office
(315) 435-4550
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4551
 
School Hours 
7:45 AM - 2:15 PM
School Address
428 S. Alvord St. |
Syracuse, NY 13208

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News & Updates
SCSD to Offer COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics on August 15-16 SCSD to Offer COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics on August 15-16: In partnership with Wegmans, the SCSD will host two COVID-19 vaccine clinics for all eligible staff, students, families and Syracuse community members. Please see below for details on each clinic!    Dr. King COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic 416 East Raynor Ave , Syracuse , NY 13202       Offerings:   COVID-19 Moderna 1st Dose, COVID-19 Moderna 2nd Dose, COVID-19 Moderna Booster, COVID-19 Pfizer ... more >>
Elementary Students Become Published Illustrators through Boundless Books Program Elementary Students Become Published Illustrators through Boundless Books Program: Second grade students at Franklin and HW Smith are now published authors, thanks to the Boundless Books project and their own creativity!   In “Layla The Stripeless Tiger,” HW Smith students in Cathy Kennedy’s class wrote a story about a tiger named Layla. The problem? Layla didn’t have stripes, and she was made fun of as a result.   Working with local author Mark Eischen, each week, students worked together to develop their story – choosing not only ... more >>
Franklin Students Recognized for Positive Behaviors with Administrative Calls Home Franklin Students Recognized for Positive Behaviors with Administrative Calls Home: More and more this year, students at Franklin are being called to the Principal’s office for their behavior – their positive behavior, that is!   “He is always willing to help his peers or teacher. I know I can count on him to be a leader for others!”   “She pushes herself to be the best she can be. She always puts 100% into her assignments and she is a great role model for her peers.”   Each week, teachers are encouraged to submit ... more >>
MOST Staff Bring Lessons to Schools After Pandemic Cancels Field Trips MOST Staff Bring Lessons to Schools After Pandemic Cancels Field Trips: “We saw the galaxy and it was so pretty!” Franklin fourth grader Yordanos exclaimed. “I learned that we can’t live on Mars because there’s no water there.”   “I liked getting to feel the bugs,” classmate Angel added. “I liked when we were able to choose a bug to draw!”   Each year, SCSD Pre-K, 4 th grade and 8 th grade students enjoy a trip to the Museum of Science and Technology (MOST), where they are invited to participate ... more >>


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