The induction and mentoring of new teachers to the profession is an incredibly important process and one that can be extremely rewarding for veteran teachers as a way of giving back to the profession.  Having the tools to support new educators with a range of needs is an important component of being a successful mentor. It is our hope that this site will be a good resource for all mentors and mentees in Franklin.

After School Specials

Attendance is expected for all mentors with their mentees

Nurses

All levels /  3:00 - 4:00 PM  /  All Thursdays*  /  All in ECDC Nurses Office

October 24, 2019  -  Flow/Student Management in the Health Office,  Parent/Health office communication; Family & Community Engagement; Peer Observations

November 21, 2019  -  Student Support, Special Education, Reports;  Professional culture; Educator Evaluations/Nursing Adaptations; Evidence Collection

February 13, 2020  -  SNAP Statistics & Utilizing Data to Drive your practice; SEL overview; Open

May 14, 2020  -  Reflect & Renew; Future Goals; Program Feedback

* dates may differ slightly but be within the months listed.



Elementary:        October 7, 2019 at Oak Street Elementary School

                            February 26, 2020 at Jefferson Elementary School


Middle Schools
The middle schools will each do their own mentoring dates for the after school meetings, but they will be the same dates. Each meeting will be from 2:15-3:15.
Dates are:
9/25, 10/23, 1/22, 3/25, 5/27

Mentors and mentees should both plan to attend. 


Franklin High School Mentoring Program After-School Meeting Overview  2019­-2020

Program Goal: The Franklin High School mentoring program exists as a support system for teachers and education professionals new to the work of education, new to Franklin High School, or both.  Mentor meetings provide a venue for new members of the FHS community to forge lasting interpersonal relationships with peers and mentors while also participating in meaningful conversations and sessions on topics relevant to the work of an educator.  Ultimately, both the mentor-mentee pairings and the mentoring meetings serve as networks of professional support to ensure that every educator at FHS has the tools necessary to be successful.

Required Meetings:

Mentors and Mentees are required to attend the first and last mentoring sessions of the year.

Mentors and mentees then choose one session per quarter to attend from the options listed.
Optional Meetings:
Mentors and mentees may choose to attend additional quarterly sessions beyond the one per term that is required.

All meetings will take place from 2:20 - 3:20 in the Lecture Hall unless otherwise noted.  More detailed agenda will be provided prior to the meeting dates.

First Quarter:


Second Quarter

Third Quarter


Fourth Quarter

9/12/19 (Mandatory)

Mentoring Introduction

Curriculum Night preparation

11/14/19

Teacher Evaluation

Student Support

2/27/20

Ed Camp

(peer led professional learning)

5/7/20 (mandatory)

Reflecting, future goals

Program feedback

10/17/19 (Optional)

Who’s Who at FHS

Teacher Evaluation

Parent Conferences

1/9/20

Teacher Evaluation

Effective Practices


3/19/20

Ed Camp

(peer led professional learning)




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