Resources

There are many online resources available to the Franklin-Randall community. Please send us an email if you have any additions or notice broken links below.

Navigate To Resources On This Page
Click links below to jump to the resources you’d like to see (or just scroll down the page):

Franklin-Randall/MMSD Resources

Stay Connected With Facebook
Keep up with what’s happening and be a part of the community at Franklin-Randall Elemetary

PTO Meeting Resources
Additional resources provided by speakers at past PTO meetings:

Online Subscriptions, Research and Library Resources
Our schools subscribe to numerous online resources that you can access from home or school through the Randall Library Portal. There are links to online encyclopedias, electronic books, nonfiction videos, Spanish resources, games in various subject areas and Typing Pal Online. The passwords are sent home in paper format with students at the beginning of the year, and are also available in the LMC at Randall on a yellow sheet of paper at the checkout desk. Or you can email Michelle Reis, Randall Librarian and Computer Teacher, for them at mmreis@madison.k12.wi.us.

Science Resources
Interested in Science? Here is a list of science resources:

  • Super Science Saturday: Watch this engaging video showing curious kids having a blast learning about science.
  • Earth Hour – Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia when 2.2 million individuals and more than 2,000 businesses turned their lights off for one hour to take a stand against climate change. Earth Hour in 2013 is Saturday March 23 from 8:30 – 9:30 pm. http://www.earthhour.org/
  • University of Wisconsin Science Expeditions is April 5, 6, & 7, 2013 — it’s Super Science Saturday on Steroids! Don’t miss this if your family enjoyed Super Science Saturday! http://www.science.wisc.edu/page/science-expeditions.
  • University of Wisconsin Science web site – tons of cool information and links: http://www.science.wisc.edu/
  • For a great source of hands-on science and math activities, see http://howtosmile.org/

Bicycle Resources