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Expected School Learning Results and Expected Department Learning Results

 ESLRs and EDLRs

Franklin students will become independent, reflective learners who…

  • communicate effectively in both academic and workplace environments.
  • think, analyze, and read critically.
  • achieve academic goals through rigorous, challenging courses.
  • work cooperatively with diverse groups.
  • practice honesty, respect, and responsibility. 
  • make positive contributions to the school and the community.

Math students will…

  • make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
  • model with mathematics.
  • use appropriate tools strategically and attend to precision.

 World Language students will…

  • demonstrate proficient communication in the target language to prepare them to function in a multicultural setting, both in California and beyond.
  • demonstrate intercultural understanding, sensitivity, and respect.

 Strategies students will…

  • be fully included in the Franklin academic and social community.
  • successfully transition through high school into post secondary planning.
  • take responsibility for their lives and maximize their potential.

 English students will…

  • read frequently, skillfully, and critically.
  • write precisely with a strong voice.
  • speak confidently and effectively.

 Industrial Technology students will…

  • use modern techniques, skills, and technology to complete projects that follow industry-standard practices.
  • effectively use technology to communicate information or tell stories.
  • identify and solve problems by designing a system or a process that meets specific and realistic constraints.

 Social Science students will…

  • effectively extract information from a variety of primary and secondary sources.
  • critically analyze, evaluate, and apply information, and communicate their findings with minimal bias.
  • connect past and present events in order to understand causes and effects in a global context.

 Counselors and student support staff will help students…

  • graduate with post-secondary academic and/or vocational plans.
  • explore career interests and prepare for future employment.
  • seek resources when solving problems and making decisions.

Visual and Performing Arts students will…

  • demonstrate autonomous problem-solving skills through the timely completion of creative projects that are based on challenging critical thinking skills.
  • develop self-confidence through persistence in studio work or the rehearsal process, culminating in portfolio assessments or final performances.

 Business students will…

  • utilize industry-standard software while applying best practices of internet safety, research, and evaluation of information.
  • integrate academic knowledge with technical competencies to learn, work, and live in a technological world.
  • transfer skills learned in business and technology courses to personal decision-making, life management, and financial independence.

 Health students will…

  • learn how to make choices to enhance their own health and well-being.
  • learn about the current health-related information, products, and services available.
  • understand the many physical, mental, emotional, and social changes that occur throughout life.

 Physical Education students will… 

  • meet or exceed the expectations of a quality physical education program.
  • recognize the value of proper nutrition and fitness and the connection between a healthy mind and body.
  • develop an understanding of cooperation and sportsmanship.

 Science students will…

  • utilize resources and make informed Decisions regarding scientific issues.
  • respect nature by evaluating the effects of humanity on the environment and proposing possible solutions for problems affecting biological systems and natural resources.
  • apply a systematic approach to solve problems and evaluate new discoveries.