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Support Programs

Support Programs for Students

Franklin High School offers a variety of support programs for students.

  • STRIVE (Students and Teachers Resulting in Victory for Education) - Helps students complete the transition from middle school to high school for the students to make a connection with someone on the high school campus that promotes success. The goal of this program is for 9th grade students to make a connection with a staff member, upperclassmen, or community member. STRIVE Coordinator:  Mohammed Warrad
  • M.A.P (Math Assistance Program) through MESA - An after school tutoring program in which middle and high school students can come and get help for their math classes. Tutoring available Monday through Thursday from 3:05-3:35 in room HN11. Contact information:  Jerold Ash
  • STRATEGIES (Special Education) - The Strategies program is for our special education students. We offer support in a variety of ways to our students. In addition, all students who have an IEP (Invidividualized Education Plan) are assigned a case manager.  Strategies Coordinator:  Ann Johnson
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) -  A college readiness system for elementary through higher education that is designed to increase schoolwide learning and performance.  Although AVID serves all students, it focuses on the least served students in the academic middle.  The formula is simple - raise expectations of students and, with the AVID support system in place, they will rise to the challenge. AVID Coordinator: Christina Buechler
  • ELL (English Language Learners) - For students who English is not their primary language, we offer ELL support in academic core areas.  ELL Coordinator: Christine Fletcher
  • English Language Advisory Committe (ELAC) These meetings are for the parents of students who are identified as EL on our campus.  This is an opportunity for parents to have a say in their students’ education as well as to stay aware of what is happening with EL programs on our campus and district wide.  Translators can be provided, and you are welcome to bring someone to translate as well. Meeting dates for the 2016-2017 school year are; September 15, October 20, November 17, January 19, February 16, March 16, and April 20. Meetings are at 6:30pm.

District Support - Educationally Related Mental Health Parent & Educator Series

The focus of these workshops is to provide parents and district staff with mental health supports for their student's success within the school and home setting.  


Parent & Staff Education Series.


Suicide Prevention and  Awareness

District Office Rm 117


Love and Logic

James McKee Elementary


Eating Disorders

Pleasant Grove High School Library


Drugs and Alcohol Awareness

District Office Rm 117


Whole Brain Child

Pleasant Grove High School Library



Ehrhardt Elementary


Nurtured Hearts

Isabelle Jackson


Positive Behavior Change

Pleasant Grove High School Library


Setting Limits

District Office Rm 117




These workshops will be presented by our Licensed Mental Health Therapists.


Staff - If interested please register on the ERO.


If you have any questions please feel free to call 916-681-7581