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Merrimack County School: Franklin Middle School (26755) NCES School ID: 00511
District: Franklin (185) NCES District ID: 3303090
SAU: Franklin SAU Office (18) School Web Site: www.sau18.org/o/fms
Superintendent: Daniel LeGallo SAU Telephone: 603-934-3108
Admin Principal: Virgina Everett School Telephone: 603-934-5828
Address: 200 Sanborn St., Franklin, NH 03235-1366 School Fax: 603-934-2432
School Open Date: School Close Date:
School Type: Public School Grades Offered: 4-8
Federal Accountability Status: Priority  NH Adequacy Status Met: N/A 
School Report Card 2016-17
Enrollment
 October 1 EnrollmentAverage Class Size
Grade(s)SchoolDistrictStateSchoolDistrictState
PreSchool0293,894   
Kindergarten06811,422   
Readiness0065   
Grade 109112,37801817
Grade 209012,88501818
Grade 307613,30901919
Grade 4888813,612222219
Grade 5787813,718202020
Grade 6757513,722191920
Grade 7818114,102202021
Grade 8767614,075191921
Grade 9012115,139   
Grade 1008614,292   
Grade 1106413,785   
Grade 1206613,338   
Total Enrollment3981,089179,737   
School Safety
 SchoolDistrictState
School Safety Incidences671,073
Total Number of Incidents1131566,825
No. of Incidents/1,000 students28414338


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Attendance/Four-Year Graduation Rate
 SchoolDistrictState
PreSchool Attendance Rate89.189.8
Elem/Middle Attendance Rate (Target: 90%)94.494.395.1
High School Four-Year Graduation Rate (Target: 90%)7689


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Teacher Quality


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School Staff
 SchoolDistrictState
Teachers369014,758
Instructional Support12536,980
Librarians01324
Specialists5242,772
Admin Support381,247
All Other Support10313,241


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State and Federal Accountability

New Hampshire School Adequacy Summary
Met Input-Based Accountability System (IBAS): N/A
Met Performance-Based School Accountability System (PBAS): N/A
Performance Score: N/A
Provides Opportunity for an Adequate Education: N/A

Student Achievement Trends
N is the number of students participating.
% is the percent of students scoring proficient or above.
Click on a grade to show the achievement trend for that grade.
Note: Grade 11 results are from the new SAT assessment tests and not comparable to 2014-2015
Achievement Trend
GradeContent Area2015-20162016-2017
N%N%
4Reading  7734
Mathematics  7719
5Reading 69327338
Mathematics 69297321
6Reading 76506739
Mathematics 76336724
7Reading 71688054
Mathematics 71598035
8Reading 63257359
Mathematics 62277342
NECAP and NH Alternative Assessment Science Results 2016-17
Student Assessment
* indicates total number of test takers is 10 or less.
Blank indicates no science assessment test administered.
Achievement Level (%)Science
SchoolDistrictState
Substantially Below Proficient (%) 22 22 18
Partially Proficient (%) 56 54 46
Proficient (%) 22 23 35
Proficient with Distinction (%) 1 1 2
Longitudinal Reports and Subgroup Reporting
Percent of students at each achievement level Math Reading Science  

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Student Achievement Data-Percent of NH Students At or Above Each Achievement Level (Based on the Winter 2015 NAEP Assessment)
NAEP achievement levels are indicated as follows: B+ for Basic or above, P+ for Proficient or above, and A for Advanced
Reading
GradeB+P+A
4794612
885455
Math
GradeB+P+A
4915110
8844612
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