Accountability

What is FAC

Our Franklin Accountability Committee (FAC) is a standing school committee made up of (6) parents, (1) PTO Parent Representative, (5) Certificated Staff members, (1) Classified Staff member, (1) non-parent community member, and the school Principal

The purpose of the committee is to provide advisory input into decisions made by the Principal in areas such as:

- the Unified Improvement Plan (UIP)
- annual school budget priorities
- school staffing plans
- significant school policies, procedures, and programs
- safety issues related to the school environment
- to fulfill the school’s accountability requirements under Colorado law.
- Attend and participate in FAC meetings
- Share information and serve as a positive community resource

A healthy and effective Accountability Committee contributes to one of Franklin’s most valuable resources:  a deep sense of community and connection.

Articles and Handouts

Rational Loyalty versus Emotional Attachment by John Creighton
“What Data Can’t Do” by David Brooks
The Conservative Case for Common Core by William Bennett
A Plea for Rational Conversations by Bruce Caughey
Myths and Facts about the CCSS

 

Meeting Dates

  • Monday, Sept 18  

  • Monday, Oct. 9

  • Monday Nov. 6

  • Dec -TBA

  • Tuesday, Jan 9

  • Monday, Feb 12

  • Monday, Mar 5

  • Monday, Apr 9

  • Monday, May 7

Who is FAC?

Members of FAC for 2017-2018:
John Melkonian, principal 
Melanie Kloos, Dean of Students
Sara Tierney, instructional coach
Kelly Patrick, certificated staff,
Jay Mayer, certificated staff,
Marlene Lerner, certificated staff,
Wendy Wolfe-Davis, certificated staff,
Jody Smith, classified staff
Rebecca Talley, FAC chair
Lindley McCrary, PTO designee
Kelli Eastmond, parent
Jeff Honke, parent
Andee Ebner, parent 
Amanda Nelson, parent
Jocelyn Gilbert, parent
Marcus Birney, neighborhood representative