March 6, 2020
The Winter Carnival is Tomorrow
Illustration of a carnival tent with the words School Carnival.
Saturday, March 7
11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Randall Elementary School

Come on down to Randall School for good food, fun and games—including a bounce house and cake walk! It's a fun event for the whole family and the entire Franklin-Randall community. We hope to see you there!

Volunteers are still needed from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Sign up  or inquire at the event about how you can help. Thanks so much to all those who have already signed up and made this event possible!!

Did you know Franklin and Randall students can volunteer alongside their adults? Alumni and grandparents are welcome to volunteer, too!
Donations Requested
Randall is in need of pants size 8-14 (preferably athletic style
with elastic bands) and all sizes of snow pants.
Please Wear Boots to School
Please continue to send your child to school wearing winter or rain boots all this and next week. The front lawn of Franklin can get very muddy as the snow melts. The Franklin playground also gets very muddy. We really appreciate your support in this matter. - Franklin Staff
Franklin-Randall PTO Fundraising
Dinner at The Heights
Tuesday, March 24
5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. (two seatings)
The Heights • 11 N. Allen Street

Whether you are a regular at neighborhood restaurant  The Heights or have been wanting to check it out, this event offers you the perfect chance to enjoy a great meal in an inviting atmosphere, while supporting the Franklin-Randall PTO at the same time.

Enjoy a delicious buffet-style meal made with ingredients from local farms and purveyors, including Seven Seeds Farm, Meadowlark Organics, and Origin Breads.
Tickets: $30/person
Purchase tickets :
Proceeds benefit the Franklin-Randall PTO .
Space is limited. Reserve your tickets early.
Celebrate Franklin Spirit Month
Celebrate our Franklin School pride by participating in our weekly dress up days. 

Friday, March 13 — Wear a Word Day: Students can wear clothes with words or letters on them. Teachers can also help students participate by helping them make a necklace with a word card on it or by putting tape on their shirt with a word on it. Be creative – the more words the better.
A Franklin student wearing colorful, mis-matched clothes.
Thursday, March 19 — Wear a Rainbow Day:  Students can wear a rainbow of colors and patterns. Wear your favorite color or wear all different colors. Mis-matching is encouraged! The more colors and patterns, the better.

Friday, March 27 — Secret Theme Day:  Classrooms will decide what theme they would like to have for the day. Other classrooms will try to guess the class theme. Your child’s teacher will communicate the secret theme to students and parents as the day approaches.
Music Notes from Ms. Moran
This month Franklin students will focus on making music together. All grade levels will practice playing and listening during their drumming unit.

We will also begin preparing for their upcoming concerts held on the morning of Friday, April 24th. Mark your calendars for this special day of music, and hope to see you there!

—Megan Moran, Franklin Music Teacher
Latino PEG Report - February 2020
After a loooong break, too long for the kids (they kept asking and asking the date of our next meeting!), we had our second Literacy Workshop last Thursday! 16 parents and 3 teachers attended (Ellen, 1st grade, Marissa, Special Ed., and Mr. Mofitt, ESL). Once again, Hector from WSPEI (Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative) came to conduct the presentation, Connection Between Home and School: sharing and learning together.  

To support the Franklin-Randall PTO while shopping on Amazon, use the Franklin-Randall Amazon Smile link:
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Goals of the Franklin-Randall Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) include helping children, parents, teachers and schools build a strong and positive school community.