Students over the course of a few weeks witnessed the growth of a caterpillar to a butterfly and wrote their final papers about them. Here, students released the full grown butterflies.
The kindergarten carnival was successful in celebrating students' year long learning. Activities included a car wash, face painting, poking the monster's nose, and other things. On behalf of kindergarten staff, we give a tremendous thank you to all volunteers that helped set up, manage the stations, and clean up.This was 100% run by our parent volunteers, and we couldn't have done it without you.
Students at JF showcased a variety of media and genres in the annual art fair. From self portraits to sculptures, many formats were on display. Thank you to teachers and students for showing this creative side of our community!
Jack's Got Talent was a success! Thank you to all families and friends for helping students rehearse, prepare 21st Century learners, and just help our school family enjoy being here!
Today, students at JF exudes excitement in unmeasurable decibels as they break the sound barrier with motivation at Higher Impact Ent. assembly learning to do and be their best at school and in the community.
Our fabulous 4th, 5th, 6th, and Combo graders performed a variety of tunes exuberantly! Take a look at some of the highlights of this proud event.
Jack Franscioni Elementary prides itself in its staff, including Future Teachers that are a part of it. Students from Soledad High School spend some of their time learning about the teaching trade first hand in the classroom with the goal of turning that experience into a teaching career. Francisco, one of those Future Teachers, also is an activist. During the holiday season, you may have seen these flyers around town for a blanket drive, providing blankets to those who need them to keep warm during the frigid winter season. The mobilization effort was a success! Here are some pictures documenting the effort.
Students today learned about the importance of generosity in helping others by donating any spare monies to noble causes. Students will have the opportunity of displaying that generosity through helping collect funds to donate for the fight against leukemia.
If you would like to support Pennies for Patients, please collect any spare change or money at home and place in the boxes that are sent home with students. Students will then take those boxes to school and drop off any money collected into the classroom's box. Funds will then be donated to the cause.
Thank you for your continual support of not only the fight against leukemia but with molding future generous citizens!
Family Math Night was a success! Students and their parents from all grade levels were able to convene in the same location, with families learning about each others' classroom content and discovering new ways to invigorate their at-home math practice.