Frankland Fun Day, Sunday June 5!

The Frankland Fun day will be held on Sunday, June 5th from 11am to 2pm in the Frankland school yard.
There are lots of fun activities planned: carnival games, food trucks, beat the bucket soaker game, cotton candy, popcorn, races and so much more. Without your help we can’t make the day a success.

VOLUNTEERS
We need volunteers to run all the amazing stations we have planned. No shift is more than 2 hours. All supplies are ready for your station. It’s easy, it’s fun and a great way to meet others in the Frankland community. Sign up HERE

CAKE RAFFLE
We want your creative cake creations! Show us your decorating flare and creativity. Drop off your creations at Room 104 before 11am to have them entered in the raffle. Sign up to bring a cake at the volunteer link above. (And sign up for a shift too!)

TICKETS
Tickets are $5 per person & can be purchased on the day. Additional tickets can also be purchased. Please bring cash to pay for food from the food trucks.

We look forward to coming together as a community and having a great afternoon together.

The Frankland Fun Day Team!

P.S. Don’t forget to sign up for a volunteer shift HERE 😊

Last day to donate to the Spring Donation Drive.

Today is the last day to donate to Frankland’s Spring Donation Drive for this school year.
All donations made through this fundraising initiative goes directly into supporting the many programs across the class grades including;

Classroom Supports, including art/class supplies, sport equipment, staff appreciation initiatives, field trips and teaching aids.
Anti-racism and equity initiatives
Virtual speakers and performers for classrooms.
Enrichments in STEM, Music and Art

DONATE NOW, click: https://tdsb.schoolcashonline.com/Fee/Details/457/153/false/true?school=891&initiative=1

Healing Circle – this Friday (May 13)

This Friday, May 13th we invite the Frankland community to a healing circle in the Frankland yard beginning after dismissal at 3:30pm with Rod Nettagog (“Bluestone Cloud, Ojibwe, Bear Clan).

Rod has been signing, dancing, and drumming for over two decades. He has brought his sessions entitled “Breaking the Cycle” to students in Grade 1-6 at Frankland. His workshops bring to life the core traditional values and teachings of the traditional ‘Grandfather Drum’ and its role for the community. Through drum teachings, traditional drumming, and singing, hands-on activities, and self-reflection, Rod Nettagog helps students explore their place in society and an appreciation for Indigenous culture. His workshops have aimed to restore knowledge of Indigenous cultural values, traditions and beliefs and to reconnect to ourselves, others and the earth.

We look forward to welcoming the Frankland community to this session with Rod on Friday.

Rod Nettagog (“Bluestone Cloud, Ojibwe, Bear Clan).

Reminder: Spring Direct Donation Drive until May 13.

Frankland’s Spring Direct Donation Drive ends this Friday, May 13. All donations made through this fundraising initiative goes directly into supporting the many programs across the class grades including;

Classroom Supports, including art/class supplies, sport equipment, staff appreciation initiatives, field trips and teaching aids.
Anti-racism and equity initiatives
Virtual speakers and performers for classrooms.
Enrichments in STEM, Music and Art

To learn more and DONATE NOW, click: https://tdsb.schoolcashonline.com/Fee/Details/457/153/false/true?school=891&initiative=1

It was sometimes difficult for students to hear their teachers while wearing a mask. The Frankland Parent Council purchased these speaking aids to assist in the classrooms.

Spring Direct Donation DriveExtended until May 13th!

Frankland’s Spring Direct Donation Drive has been extended until Friday, May 13. All donations made through this fundraising initiative goes directly into supporting the many programs across the class grades including;

Classroom Supports, including art/class supplies, sport equipment, staff appreciation initiatives, field trips and teaching aids.
Anti-racism and equity initiatives
Virtual speakers and performers for classrooms.
Enrichments in STEM, Music and Art

To learn more and DONATE NOW, click: https://tdsb.schoolcashonline.com/Fee/Details/457/153/false/true?school=891&initiative=1