Welcome to Franklin Elementary School

"Every Day We Learn and Grow"

Franklin Principal
Amity Butler

Franklin Elementary School is located in Port Angeles, Washington. We are on a hill overlooking the traits of Juan de Fuca and beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. The Olympic Mountains provide us with a beautiful backdrop for play and discovery. We are located east of Race Street, bordering Lauridsen Boulevard, in Port Angeles, Washington.

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Recent News

Six PASD Teachers Receive National Board Certification
Six PASD Teachers Receive National Board Certification
Six teachers in the Port Angeles School District have received national board certification in 2017. The district received notification in December 2017. Our 2017 Nationally Board Certified teachers are Sabrina Scruggs/Franklin Elementary strings teacher, Molly Hibler/ Roosevelt Elementary Kindergarten teacher, Tiffinny Blore/ Roosevelt Elementary Resource specialist, Stacey Nickerson/Roosevelt Elementary second grade teacher, Jennifer Reynolds/Roosevelt Elementary third grade teacher and Campbell Kirkman/ Franklin Elementary and Jefferson Elementary Physical Education teacher.
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PASD School Resource Officer Jeffrey Ordona
PASD School Resource Officer Jeffrey Ordona
Meet PASD's School Resource Officer, Jeff Ordona, an officer with the Port Angeles Police Department. SRO Ordona monitors all eight school campuses within our district.
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District News

Port Angeles High School students participate in a STEM competition in Seattle
Port Angles High School students Ali Baccus, Hollund Bailey, Abby Sanders and Hailey Robinson, along with School Board Director Cindy Kelly and PAHS teacher Pam Helpenstell, traveled to Olympia on Monday, February 19 to testify before the House Capital Budget Committee regarding the need for additional state funds for school construction (SCAP).
PAHS 11th grader Liam Clark, #34 on the Boys Basketball team, has been named a WIAA State Athlete of the Week.
PASD staff and community members are encouraged to come and meet the four superintendent candidates during four community forums on February 20 and 21.
Port Angeles High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter had a successful day of competition on Saturday, February 3, with 28 members from Port Angeles competing in the Puget Sound Region Winter Conference held at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma.